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Adventures of the Mad Monk Ji Gong: The Drunken Wisdom of China's Most Famous Chan Buddhist Monk

by Guo Xiaoting, John Robert Shaw & Victoria Cass Tuttle Publishing (August 26, 2014)

Follow the brilliant and hilarious adventures of a mad Zen Buddhist monk who rose from humble beginnings to become one of China's greatest folk heroes!

Ji Gong studied at the great Ling Yin monastery, an immense...

Zen Masters of Japan: The Second Step East

by Richard Bryan McDaniel Tuttle Publishing (January 07, 2014)

Zen Masters of Japan is the second book in a series that traces Zen's profoundly historic journey as it spread eastward from China and Japan, toward the United States. Following Zen Masters of China, this book...

Seven Little-Known Birds of the Inner Eye

by Mulk Raj Anand Tuttle Publishing (June 15, 1978)

In this fascinating, informal approach to art appreciation, an eminent Indian scholar reveals the crucial difference between merely looking at and really seeing painting and sculpture, drawing and architecture....

Zen Way - Jesus Way

by Tucker N. Callaway Tuttle Publishing (January 08, 2013)

This groundbreaking book successfully fuses the two overlapping traditions of Zen Buddhism and Christianity.

Very few Christians who are interested in Zen Buddhism understand the fundamentals of the religion...

Zen Flowers: Chabana for the Tea Ceremony

by Henry Mittwer Tuttle Publishing (December 18, 2012)

This Zen flower arranging book teaches the delicate art of Japanese Chabana—the precursor to ikebana.

Up to now, with the exception of Okakura Kakuzo's excellent account of flowers used in the art of Chanoyu...

Zen and Zen Classics volume 1: From the Upanishads to Huineng

by R. Blyth Tuttle Publishing (August 28, 2012)

This is not a dry scholarly book on Zen. It is a fascinating introduction into a study of self-enlightenment and inner reason that has been a driving force of all Japanese culture. Written by Reginal Horace...

Zen Flesh, Zen Bones

by Paul Reps & Nyogen Senzaki Tuttle Publishing (September 15, 1998)

When Zen Flesh, Zen Bones was published in 1957 it became an instant sensation with an entire generation of readers who were just beginning to experiment with Zen. Over the years it has inspired leading American...

Buddhist Wisdom

by David Crosweller Tuttle Publishing (March 21, 2017)

Awaken your heart and engage your mind with Buddhist Wisdom: Daily Reflections, a simple but powerful collection of Buddhist sayings and extracts that offer an easy way to incorporate the Buddha's greatest teachings...

The Training of the Zen Buddhist Monk

by Daisetz T. Suzuki Tuttle Publishing (August 15, 1994)

Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki's The Training of the Zen Buddhist Monk invites you to step inside the mysterious world of the Zendo, where monks live their lives in simplicity.

This is perhaps the best introduction to...

The Iconography of Tibetan Lamaism

by Antoinette K. Gordon Tuttle Publishing (June 15, 1939)

The Iconography of Tibetan Lamaism is an authoritative text on the specifically Tibetan branch of Buddhism—one which possesses a rich visual history of Buddhist art and Iconagraphy.

This book gives a descriptive...

A Flower Does Not Talk: Zen Essays

by Zenkei Shibayama, Abbot Tuttle Publishing (July 17, 2012)

These essays by a prominent Zen master are a classic introduction to Zen Buddhism, specifically written for Westerners.

The former abbot of Nanzenji Monastary in Kyoto, the Reverend Zenkei Shibayama, understood...

The Tao of Zen

by Ray Grigg & William Gaetz Tuttle Publishing (September 11, 2012)

The premise of The Tao of Zen is that Zen is really Taoism in the disguise of Buddhism—an assumption being made by more and more Zen scholars.

This is the first Zen book that links the long-noted philosophical...

The Whole World is a Single Flower: 365 Kong-ans for Everyday Life with Questions and Commentary by Zen Master Seung Sahn and a Forword

by Seung Sahn & Stephen Mitchell Tuttle Publishing (September 13, 2011)

This remarkable Zen book is of great importance not only for the variety of the 365 kong-ans, but for Zen Master Seung Sahn's own questions and commentary which accompany each kong-an. This prodding and guidance...

Zen Masters of China: The First Step East

by Richard Bryan McDaniel & Albert Low Tuttle Publishing (September 10, 2012)

[Zen Masters of China presents more than 300 traditional Zen stories and koans, far more than any other collection. Retelling them in their proper place in Zen’s historical journey, it also tells a larger...

Masao Abe a Zen Life of Dialogue

by Donald W. Mitchell Tuttle Publishing (December 20, 2011)

Masao Abe: A Zen Life of Dialogue is a compilation of essays that cover the life and work of Masao Abe, perhaps one of the greatest Zen Buddhist communicators of the twentieth century.

Masao Abe has opened up...

Spiritual Dimensions of the Martial Arts

by Michael Maliszewski Tuttle Publishing (October 09, 2012)

Spiritual Dimensions of the Martial Arts is a study of the meditative and religious elements that form the core of the great martial arts traditions.

Unsurpassed in scope and detail, this martial arts book covers...

The Genius of Japanese Carpentry: Secrets of an Ancient Craft

by Azby Brown Tuttle Publishing (January 07, 2014)

This new edition of this Azby Brown architecural classic contains a new preface by Brown, fully revised chapters, along 25% new photography and in color for the first time.

An extraordinary and ambitious work...

Dot to Dot Zen: A Primer of Buddhist Psychology

by Gerald Ericksen Tuttle Publishing (October 04, 2011)

This guide to Zen Buddhism helps explain classic Zen koans in a unique and fascinating manner.

For Westerners, Zen Buddhism is shrouded in the mysterious. Attempts at explanation are lost to double meanings and...

Zen Telegrams

by Paul Reps Tuttle Publishing (August 15, 1995)

This book of Zen poetry and art blends simple, haiku-like poetry with bold minimalist ink brush drawings.

The unique books of Paul Reps have attracted countless readers since they were first published in the...

Zen & Oriental Art

by Hugo Munsterberg Tuttle Publishing (August 01, 1993)

Zen & Oriental Art is an indispensable, beautifully illustrated introduction to the influences of Zen Buddhism on Oriental painting. folk art, and architecture, with a special section on the role of Zen in twentieth-century...

The Zen Way

by Myokyo-ni Tuttle Publishing (November 15, 1995)

Written by one of today's most distinguished teachers, this Zen book provides an authoritative introduction to Zen training from the perspective of someone who has gone through it.

The author begins by setting...

Zen Light: Unconventional Commentaries on the Denkoroku

by Stefano Mui Barragato Tuttle Publishing (December 06, 2011)

The Denkoroku, or "Record of Transmitting the Light," contains the enlightenment stories of the earliest Zen ancestors. In Zen Ught, the author comments on this Buddhist classic, which he studied as part of...

Jizo Bodhisattva: Modern Healing & Traditional Buddhist Practice

by Jan Chozen Bays & Heng Sure Tuttle Publishing (November 10, 2015)

In Jizo Bodhisattva, Zen teacher and practicing pediatrician Jan Chozen Bays explores the development of traditional Buddhist practices related to Jizo, as well as the growing interest in Jizo practice in modern...

Shodo: The Quiet Art of Japanese Zen Calligraphy

by Shozo Sato, Alice Ogura Sato & Gengo Akiba Roshi Tuttle Publishing (March 11, 2014)

Shodo, or Japanese brush calligraphy, is a traditional art that is much-loved in Japan. In Shodo, respected Japanese master calligrapher Shozo Sato teaches this art form through the power and wisdom of Zen poetry....

Zen Art for Meditation

by Stewart W. Holmes & Chimyo Horioka Tuttle Publishing (November 03, 2015)

This book is about emptiness and silence—the mind-expanding emptiness of Zen painting, and the reverberating silence of haiku poetry. Through imaginative participation in the visions of painters and poets,...

The Life of Buddha: According to the Ancient Legends of India

by A. India & Paul Blum Tuttle Publishing (October 23, 2012)

The Life of Buddha is based on a prolonged study of Indian legends, poems, history and literature.

The Life of Buddha not only adds to the actual knowledge of the facts surrounding the life of the Lord Buddha,...

The Seeds of Love: Growing Mindful Relationships

by Jerry Braza, Ph.D. & Thich Nhat Hanh Tuttle Publishing (October 01, 2011)

Using the garden as metaphor, The Seeds of Love offers a process for creating mindfulness.

From a Buddhist perspective, everything affects our consciousness and enters metaphorically as a seed. Through the development...

Counterfeiter and Other Stories

by Yasushi Inoue & Leon Picon Tuttle Publishing (September 13, 2011)

"These three stories illustrate Inoue's versatility, his mastery of detail and his control of narrative structure. Inoue presents the tale as mystery and solution, the tale as psychoanalytic exploration…, the...

Moment by Moment: The Art and Practice of Mindfulness

by Jerry Braza & Thich Nhat Nishino Tuttle Publishing (December 20, 2011)

"This is a very useful guide for living mindfully. I hope you will return to it again and again and practice wholeheartedly the exercises Dr. Braza offers." —Thich Nhat Hanh, from the forward

"Moment by Moment...

Buddhism & Zen in Vietnam: In Relation to the Development of Buddhism in Asia

by Thich Thien-An Tuttle Publishing (September 15, 1992)

Buddhism & Zen in Vietnam provides, for Western readers, a much needed introduction to this important religion—its history, practices, concepts, and role in the lives of the people, the nation, and Vietnamese...

Secrets of Shaolin Temple Boxing

by Robert W. Smith Tuttle Publishing (March 15, 1990)

Learn the secrets of Shaolin Temple boxing also known as Shaolin Kung Fu with this illustrated matrtial arts guide.

Shaolin Temple boxing is the father of all boxing forms in China and is a close ancestor of...

Dharma Delight: A Visionary Post Pop Comic Guide to Buddhism and Zen

by Rodney Alan Greenblat & Richard Thomas Tuttle Publishing (May 10, 2016)

In Dharma Delight, abstract artist and Zen practitioner Rodney Greenblat uses lighthearted narrative and vivid pop art paintings to celebrate the joys of living life from the inside out.

Part graphic guide, part...

What More Do You Want?: Zen Questions, Zen Answers

by Albert Low, Jeffrey Frith & Monique Dumont Tuttle Publishing (April 09, 2013)

We've all had moments in our lives when we've thought, "Something is missing. There must be more to life than this." It is this sense that often brings people to the practice of Zen. By turning to Zen, they...

Pointing at the Moon: 100 Zen Koans from Chinese Masters

by Alexander Holstein Tuttle Publishing (January 15, 1994)

This collection of Zen koans with extensive commentary will be of great interests to followers of Zen Buddhism.

People around the world value the mind-cleansing, spiritually uplifting benefit to be gained through...

Quiet Room

by Arthur Braverman Tuttle Publishing (December 08, 2015)

Quiet Room is a collection of Zen poetry by 14th century Zen master Jakushitsu—widely considered to be one of the finest poets of the genre.

The poetry of Rinzai Zen master Jakushitsu remains as fresh and resonant...

Okinawa: A People and Their Gods

by Robinson Tuttle Publishing (June 15, 1969)

Okinawa is a fascinating account of the most unusual religious practices of the Okinawan people.

Subject throughout their long history to many foreign influences, the Okinawan people still retain to a remarkable...

Compassionate Knitting

by Tara Jon Manning Tuttle Publishing (January 15, 2006)

Compassionate Knitting: Finding Basic Goodness in the Work of Our Hands is a knitting book unlike any other. The 20 original-design projects included in this book range from small accessory items and gifts to...

Zen Koan as a Means of Attaining Enlightenment

by Dai Z. Suzuki Tuttle Publishing (August 15, 1994)

Zen Koan as a Means of Attaining Enlightenment Presents the history and application of the koan exercise—the means for realizing enlightenment—with depth and clarity.

The koan system has effected a special...

Zen Beyond All Words

by Wolfgang Kopp & Barbara Tuttle Publishing (May 15, 1996)

Zen Beyond All Words contains a selection of talks given by Zen Master Wolfgang Kopp.

In the spirit of the ancient Chinese Zen Cha'an masters, Wolfgang Kopp teaches a direct and powerful Zen Buddhism. He conveys...

Square Sun Square Moon: A Collection of Sweet Sour Essays

by Paul Reps Tuttle Publishing (December 15, 1989)

This collection of Zen essays by the author of Zen Flesh, Zen Bones offers an enlightening perspective on a variety of topics.

From the introduction:

Not all of us can be exuberant travelers though we all dream...

Simple Tibetan Buddhism: Annellen M. Simpkins Ph. D.

by C.Alexander Simpkins & Annellen Simpkins Tuttle Publishing (November 24, 2015)

What is Tantra?

Tantra techniques are very ancient and some form is found in many ancient cultures. The Sanskrit word tantra implies continuation, weaving together, but there is no real single definition. Tantra...

The Iron Flute

by Nyogen Senzaki & Ruth Stout McCandless Tuttle Publishing (July 26, 2011)

This book of koans contains some of the most important Zen sayings of all time along with insightful commentary.

Koans are the intellectually unsolvable problem-riddles at the core of the Rinzai tradition of...

Buddhism Plain and Simple

by Steve Hagen Tuttle Publishing (June 21, 2011)

Buddhism Plain and Simple offers a clear, straightforward treatise on Buddhism in general and on awareness in particular.

When Buddha was asked to sum up his teaching in a single world, he said, "Awareness."...

Japanese Death Poems: Written by Zen Monks and Haiku Poets on the Verge of Death

by Yoel Hoffmann Tuttle Publishing (April 15, 1998)

Although the consciousness of death is, in most cultures, very much a part of life, this is perhaps nowhere more true than in Japan, where the approach of death has given rise to a centuries-old tradition of...