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선불교 의 철학 = Philosophie des Zen-Buddhismus / 한 병철 지음 ; 한 충수 옮김
한 병철, author
Sŏul-si : Ihaksa, 2017
Baker Berry Korea BQ9265.8 .H36164 2017

Enlightened vagabond : the life and teachings of Patrul Rinpoche
collected and translated from the Tibetan by Matthieu Ricard ; edited by Constance Wilkinson
Boulder, Colorado : Shambhala Publications, Inc., 2017
"Author, philosopher, and Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard has spent decades collecting these colorful stories and profound teachings of Patrul Rinpoche, one of the most impactful teachers and thinkers in the Tibetan tradition from the nineteenth century. Few Buddhist meditation masters continue to have the influence that Dza Patrul Rinpoche, active in the nineteenth century, has to many Buddhist practitioners today. A wandering yogi, he eschewed urban areas for a life living in the wilds, caves, and mountains of Tibet. While famous for his teaching with thousands of students, he would wander from place to place by himself, carrying only a few possessions--the most prized of which were two important practice texts. Utterly without pride, he was a master scholar as well as meditation master. Matthieu Ricard spent decades collecting stories from the disappearing generation of Tibetan teachers brought up in the traditional way and who still carried with them the vast oral tradition, which included so many stories about Patrul Rinpoche. These stories are at once inspiring and a welcome reminder to resist our daily distractions and spend time doing what matters. That is, practicing meditation and helping others"--
Baker Berry BQ7950.O767 E55 2017

Cave in the snow : a western woman's quest for enlightenment
Mackenzie, Vicki, author
New York : Bloomsbury, [1999]
"In 1976 Diane Perry, by then known by her Tibetan name, Tenzin Palmo, secluded herself in a remote cave, 13,200 feet up in the Himalayas, cut off from the world by mountains and snow. There she engaged in twelve years of intense Buddhist meditation. She faced unimaginable cold, wild animals, near-starvation and avalanches; she grew her own food and slept in a traditional wooden meditation box, three-foot square - she never lay down. Her goal was to attain enlightenment as a woman."--Jacket.
Baker Berry BQ855.T46 M33 1999

The letters of Chan master Dahui Pujue
Zonggao, 1089-1163, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2017]
Abbreviations -- Introduction: Epistolary Chan ; A Brief Biography of Dahui ; The Editor-in-Chief of Letters of Dahui: Huang Wenchang ; Dating of the Letters ; Confucianism and the Chan Gongfu of Dahui ; Dahui's Diagnosis of Scholar-Officials' Stumbling Block in the Study of Chan ; Perverse Chan According to Dahui ; Dahui's Huatou Practice: An Inheritance from His Teacher(s)? ; Dahui's Huatou-Practice Vocabulary ; Dahui on Sitting Practice in the Context of Huatou Practice ; What Not to Do in Huatou Practice ; Recurring Motifs in Huatou Practice ; Dahui's Collection Correct Dharma-Eye Depository and Letters of Dahui ; Mujaku Dōchū's Commentary Pearl in the Wicker-Basket ; Two Korean Commentaries: Hyesim and "Korean Anonymous" ; Influence of Letters of Dahui in China ; Influence of Letters of Dahui in Korea ; Influence of Letters of Dahui in Japan ; Three Hanging Scrolls -- Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume One: 1. In Reply to Vice Minister Ceng (Tianyou) (Question Letter Attached) ; 2. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng] ; 3. Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng] ; 4. Continued [Fourth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng] ; 5. Continued [Fifth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng] ; 6. Continued [Sixth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng] ; 7. In Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Hanlao) (Question Letter Attached) ; 8. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li] (Question Letter Attached) ; 9. In Reply to Supervising Secretary Jiang (Shaoming) ; 10. In Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu (Jishen) ; 11. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu] ; 12. Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu] ; 13. [Confidential] Auxiliary Note to Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Hanlao) [Letters #7-8] ; 14. In Reply to Vice Minister Chen (Jiren) ; 15. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Chen] ; 16. In Reply to Edict Attendant Zhao (Daofu) ; 17. In Reply to Administrator for Public Order Xu (Shouyuan) ; 18. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator for Public Order Xu] ; 19. In Reply to Auxiliary Academician of the Hall for Treasuring Culture Liu (Yanxiu) ; 20. In Reply to Controller-General Liu (Yanchong) ; 21. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Controller-General Liu Yanchong] ; 22. In Reply to Grand Mistress of the State of Qin ; 23. In Reply to Grand Councilor Zhang (Deyuan) [Zhang Jun] ; 24. In Reply to Judicial Commissioner Zhang (Yangshu) ; 25. In Reply to Palace Writer Zhu (Yanzhang) ; 26. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Palace Writer Zhu] ; 27. Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Palace Writer Zhu] ; Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume One Ends -- Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume Two: 28. In Reply to Chief Transport Commissioner Xia ; 29. In Reply to Secretariat Drafter Lü (Juren) ; 30. In Reply to Director Lü (Longli) ; 31. [Second Letter] in Reply to Secretariat Drafter Lü (Juren) ; 32. Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Secretariat Drafter Lü] ; 33. In Reply to Principal Graduate Zhu (Shengxi) ; 34. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Principal Graduate Zhu] ; 35. In Reply to Auxiliary in the Hall [of the Dragon Diagram] Zong ; 36. In Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Taifa) ; 37. In Reply to Assistant Director of the Court of the Imperial Clan Zeng (Tianyin) ; 38. In Reply to Instructor Wang (Dashou) ; 39. In Reply to Vice Minister Liu (Jigao) ; 40. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Liu] ; 41. In Reply to Director Li (Sibiao) ; 42. In Reply to [Academician of the Hall for] Treasuring Culture Li (Maojia) ; 43. In Reply to Vice Minister Xiang (Bogong) ; 44. In Reply to Instructor Chen (Fuxiang) ; 45. In Reply to Supervisor Lin (Shaozhan) ; 46. In Reply to District Magistrate Huang (Ziyu) ; 47. In Reply to Instructor Yan (Ziqing) ; 48. In Reply to Vice Minister Zhang (Zishao) ["Old Vimalakīrti"] ; 49. In Reply to [Scholar of the Hall of] Clear Stratagems Xu (Zhishan) ; 50. In Reply to Instructor Yang (Yanhou) ; 51. In Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Lou ; 52. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Lou] ; 53. In Reply to Defender-in-Chief Cao (Gongxian) ; 54. In Reply to Vice Minister Rong (Maoshi) ; 55. Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Rong] ; 56. In Reply to Transit Authorization Bureau Huang (Jiefu) ; 57. In Reply to District Magistrate Sun ; 58. In Reply to Secretariat Drafter Principal Graduate Zhang (Anguo) ; 59. In Reply to Grand Councilor Tang (Jinzhi) ; 60. In Reply to Judicial Commissioner Fan (Maoshi) ; 61. In Reply to Preceptor Shengquan Gui ; 62. In Reply to Elder Gushan Dai;- 63. [Postface] -- Five-Mountains (Gozan) Edition of Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue (Dahui Pujue chanshi shu/Daie Fukaku zenji sho).
Baker Berry BQ9268 .Z645213 2017

Approaching the Buddhist path
Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama XIV, 1935- author
Somerville, MA : Wisdom Publications, [2017]
His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been publicly teaching Buddhism for decades. This series collects his presentations of every step of the path to enlightenment, compiled and coauthored by one of his chief Western disciples, the American nun Thubten Chodron.The Buddha wanted his students to investigate, to see for themselves whether what he said were true. As a student of the Buddha, the Dalai Lama promotes the same spirit of investigation, and as the rich tradition of the Buddha makes its way into new lands and cultures, His Holiness has recognized that new approaches are needed to allow seekers in the West to experience the relevance of the liberating message in their own lives. Such an approach cannot assume listeners are free from doubt and already have faith in Buddhisms basic tenets. The Library of Wisdom and Compassion series, therefore, starts from the universal human wish for happiness and presents the dynamic nature of the mind. This first volume also provides a wealth of reflections on Buddhist history and fundamentals, contemporary issues, and the Dalai Lamas own personal experiences. It stands alone as an introduction to Buddhism, but it also provides a foundation for the systematic illumination of the path in the volumes to come. The Library of Wisdom and Compassion collects the Dalai Lamas decades of presentations of every step of the path to enlightenment. It has been compiled and coauthored by one of his chief Western disciples, the American nun Thubten Chodron.
Baker Berry BQ7935.B774 A77 2017

Illumination of the hidden meaning : Maṇḍala, Mantra, and the cult of the Yoginīs, chapters 1-24
Tsong-kha-pa Blo-bzang-grags-pa, 1357-1419, author
New York : American Institute of Buddhist Studies : 2017
Baker Berry BQ2180.C355 T76 2017

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