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Muso Kokushi - Dream Conversations

Muso Kokushi - Dream Conversations

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Musō Soseki (1275 - 1351) was a Rinzai Zen Master, calligraphist and poet. The most famous monk of his time, he is also known as Musō Kokushi. His mother was the daughter of Hōjō Masamura (1264-1268), seventh Shogun of the Kamakura shogunate.

He taught Zen to a great number of disciples, also leaving an enormous body of poetry and other writings. One of his best known Zen teachings is Dream Conversations (夢中問答集 Muchū Mondō).
Musō Soseki (1275 - 1351) was a Rinzai Zen Master, calligraphist and poet. The most famous monk of his time, he is also known as Musō Kokushi. His mother was the daughter of Hōjō Masamura (1264-1268), seventh Shogun of the Kamakura shogunate.

He taught Zen to a great number of disciples, also leaving an enormous body of poetry and other writings. One of his best known Zen teachings is Dream Conversations (夢中問答集 Muchū Mondō).

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Published by: Frederic Lecut on Sep 04, 2013
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DREAM CONVERSATIONSon Buddhism and Zen
Musõ Kokushi
Translated by Thomas Cleary
 
C O N T E N T STranslator's IntroductionLiberationCompassionAim in LifePast, Present, and FutureCausesEnlightenment and FeelingsContamination of VirtueThe Inexhaustible Treasury of PotentialGreedHelp in DisguiseAnswer to PrayerPity The Central Benefit of ZenVirtue without WisdomReligious and Secular InstitutionsThe Ground of MindDemonsSpiritual MalpracticeReligious PracticeObstructingEnlightenmentPossessionMeditation and MadnessQuelling DemonsPassing Through the Death experienceAversion and AttachmentInherent KnowledgeSupersessionScholastic LearningTypes of KnowledgePractices and StagesWrong ApproachStandard MisconceptionsMeans and EndUnderstanding the Zen KoanThe FundamentalMedicine and DiseaseExpert AdviceTwo Kinds of KnowledgeThe Priority of Fundamental KnowledgeThe Basis and the OutgrowthsSelf-Realization and TeachingOthers Intent and ExpressionMaturation
Muso Kokushi Dream Conversations on Buddhism and Zenpage
 
Living ZenStabilization of the BasisAttainment and PreservationZen ExpressionStudying ExpressionStudying IntentOutreach of MethodZen TechniquesHypocritical ScholarsPractical ApplicationAspiration for EnlightenmentWorldly FeelingsSoftening WorldlyFeelingsNo Set TrackWork on the FundamentalNot ForgettingDreams and IllusionsSetting Aside is Also a MeansNot Judging OthersThe Original Self Wrong ApproachesEffects of BuddhismOrientationZen MeditationNot Even MindMindlessMental ApplicationNot Getting Away from the SubjectJudging the Words of AdeptsWonderKoansNot in the WordsThe Origins of Koan PracticeActivity and MeditationThe Reason for TeachingRelinquishmentAdjustment to the Individual LandscapingZen, Tea, and the ArtsSupranormal Powers of the EnlightenedLetting GoThe Fundamental GroundBuddha NatureWhere is It?Reaching the Fundamental GroundMind and Self True and False Mind
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