Things Pertaining to Bodhi

The Thirty-seven Aids to Enlightenment are a set of fundamental teachings of Buddhism in the form of a list.

Footprints in the Snow

In this landmark memoir, a renowned Buddhist master traces his spiritual journey against the panoramic story of China from the pre-Communist era to the present.

Shattering the Great Doubt

Huatou is a skillful method for breaking through the prison of mental habits into the spacious mind of enlightenment.

The Method of No Method

Here is a spiritual practice uncomplicated enough for anyone to learn, yet rich enough to be worked with for a lifetime.

Attaining the Way

This is an inspiring guide to the practice of Chan (Chinese Zen) in the words of four great masters of the tradition.

Othodox Chinese Buddhism

Written while the author was on solitary retreat in Taiwan, Orthodox Chinese Buddhism was Master Sheng Yen’s response to many questions he received about Chinese Buddhism.

Song of Mind

“No words can explain enlightenment,” says the seventh century Chan classic Xin Ming (Song of Mind), yet paradoxically, this poem is a masterpiece of expressing what cannot be expressed in words.

Getting the Buddha Mind

A wonderful introduction to Chan Buddhism. Throughout this book there are detailed descriptions of the seven day retreat: the schedule of each day, practice, posture, meals, interviews.

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