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The eight gates of Zen : a program of Zen learning (edition 2002)

by John Daido Loori

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Title:The eight gates of Zen : a program of Zen learning
Authors:John Daido Loori
Info:Boston : Shambhala, 2002.
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This book is a text version of the monthly Intro to Zen weekends that the Zen Mountain Monastery holds the first week of every month. This book is for those who are interested in one form of Zen Buddhism. Glossary and chants are included in the back of the book. ( )
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