Tên Sách: The Garden
A Guide for the Seeker on a Quest for True Self.
From the Upanishads sacred writings, Hinduism philosophy and spirituality, the poetry of Zen and Taoism to ancient Celtic Mysticism, The Garden portrays a universal and time spiritual message, I Am That I Am.
There is no book in this world which is as thrilling and illuminating as the Upanishads. They contain the direct spiritual experiences or revelations of seers, or sages. They are the products of the highest wisdom, supreme divine knowledge. Hence they stir the hearts of people and inspire them.
Fools will laugh but the wise shall understand. –Rinzai Zen
The Garden gently guides the reader into the imaginative realm of consciousness to help actualize the highest teaching, the seeing into one’s being. This fantastically visionary story, much like the Zen Koans, deals with states of mind rather than words. Huikai says: “Un this is understood, the point of the classic will be missed. The whole intent was to help the pupil break the shell of his limited mind and attain a second eternal birth, satori, enlightenment.”
What the book achieves is something very refreshing and very original. It offers no teaching yet points towards an answer to life that is rarely perceived. “Life is the answer”, Clark says. “The answer to all our seeking remains hidden all the time while we are looking for it.”
The condensed narrative of this spiritual love story is so designed that each reader will want to think about the words over and again, through a sustained process of inner reflection. It is a meditation on the “Unborn Mind” — the birth, death, time, space, bound awareness that is our real identity. [Bankei Yotaku]
Winner of the Premier’s Book Awards
The Gate Gate: peliguin.com
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