These books, among others, are available in our library for reference.
(However, only members are able to borrow books.)
The Still Point: An Introduction to Zen Meditation
John Daido Loori
An excellent basic primer on the “technicals” of Zen practice
On Zen Practice
Taizan Maezumi and Bernie Glassman
Basic Zen teachings from Maezumi Roshi and other Zen teachers
Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind
A Zen classic, comprised of various talks given by Suzuki Roshi
Everyday Zen and Nothing Special
Charlotte Joko Beck
Zen in everyday life
An excellent book on the life of the Buddha
Buddhism Plain and Simple
by Steve Hagen
A classic primer on the simple, down to earth, practical wisdom and teachings of the Buddha.
Making Zen Your Own: Giving Life to Twelve Key Golden Age Ancestors
by Roshi Janet Jiryu Abels
Written by Still Mind Zendo’s founding teacher, this book illuminates basic Zen teaching through stories about Zen’s Chinese ancestors. For more information and an excerpt from this book, click here.
Toward a Psychology of Awakening: Buddhism, Psychotherapy, and the Path of Personal and Spiritual Transformation
by John Welwood
A psychotherapist offers a road map for integrating Eastern spiritual traditions with Western psychological practices.
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