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The Zen Of Groups

Author : Dale Hunter
ISBN : 0566074869
Genre : Communication in small groups
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Category: Communication in small groups

The Social Organization Of Zen Practice

Author : David Preston
ISBN : 052135000X
Genre : Philosophy
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This book, first published in 1998, provides both a first-hand account and a theoretical analysis of the way an American Zen community works.
Category: Philosophy

Zen For Christians

Author : Kim Boykin
ISBN : 9780486830391
Genre : Religion
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No prior knowledge of Zen philosophy is necessary for this reader-friendly guide, which offers Christians a way to incorporate contemplative practices into their lives without compromising their beliefs.
Category: Religion

Z B A Zen Of Business Administration

Author : Marc Lesser
ISBN : 9781577314691
Genre : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
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The author presents a unique application of Zen Buddhist principles to business administration, revealing how this ancient spiritual discipline can yield tangible results in the boardroom if faithfully followed. Original.
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Tibetan And Zen Buddhism In Britain

Author : David N Kay
ISBN : 9781134430468
Genre : Religion
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This book analyses the transplantation, development and adaptation of the two largest Tibetan and Zen Buddhist organizations currently active on the British religious landscape: the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT) and the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives (OBC). The key contributions of recent scholarship are evaluated and organised thematically to provide a framework for analysis, and the history and current landscape of contemporary Tibetan and Zen Buddhist practice in Britain are also mapped out. A number of patterns and processes identified elsewhere are exemplified, although certain assumptions made about the nature of 'British Buddhism' are subjected to critical scrutiny and challenged.
Category: Religion

The Everything Zen

Author : Jacky Sach
ISBN : 9781605505114
Genre : Philosophy
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Do you find yourself restless and distracted by the hustle and bustle of the modern world? Have you sought comfort in possessions and acclaim only to be disappointed by their emptiness? If so, you are not along. The Everything Zen Book introduces you to thousands of years of ancient teachings that can help you achieve inner peace and unity with the world around you. Whether you are at home or in the office, this easy-to-follow guide shows you how to apply ancient Zen principles to every area of your life—from relationships and your career to artistic expression and your health.
Category: Philosophy

Zen Zen Buddhism And The Zen Lifestyle

Author : Marnie Peterson
ISBN :
Genre : Philosophy
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This eBook will provide you with a brief background on Zen Buddhism, with information on it's history, meditations, and a guide to living the Zen lifestyle. Excerpt from the Book: Zen is essentially the art of being in the here and now, letting moments pass you without holding onto them, and it's a practice that is most beneficial when practiced daily. It's suggested that you plan out a schedule everyday to set aside time for meditation and possibly time to recite vows or chants, and read sutras. At first it may be difficult to do but, with practice, a set schedule, and this guide you will be able to embark smoothly on your journey through Zen teachings. You are encouraged to include as many parts of a Zen life as your schedule and living circumstances permit. Many find it tempting to only practice some aspects, especially meditations, since they think this is the key to a Zen life. There is no key. You will find that there are several varying ways to practice; however, like a potter's wheel that becomes unbalanced the goal is to restore balance and since this potter wheel is yours, you decide what a balanced life looks like. [...] The art of living a Zen life is in its daily practice but, don't get discouraged if you aren't “progressing”. Words are just place holders for ideas and thoughts and progress is hardly something measured by a few facts—if it can be measured at all. So, remember, practicing meditation is an aid to centering your life, preventing it from coming out of balance, and is much less a race or linear progression where you can fail. In a race you may fail for lack of talent and training but the same is not true for meditation. In zazen, the only “fail” is in not trying—not a lack of skill or strength. [...] Accept things. Change happens and it's part of what it is called life. Accept what is happening. The reality is that you control very little, and when you stop to think about it, you control less than what you thought you thought you controlled. Alongside the idea of acceptance is the idea of non-judgment. What you think one thing means may not be what it means. People are much more receptive to those who ask questions than those who assume. Please purchase the eBook to read the full guide.
Category: Philosophy

Soto Zen In Medieval Japan

Author : William M. Bodiford
ISBN : 0824814827
Genre : Religion
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Explores how Soto monks between the 13th and 16th centuries developed new forms of monastic organization and Zen instructions and new applications for Zen rituals within lay life; how these innovations helped shape rural society; and how remnants of them remain in the modern Soto school, now the lar
Category: Religion

The Zen Of Social Media Marketing

Author : Shama Kabani
ISBN : 9781937856182
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Ultimate Primer and How-To Guide for Social Media Marketing In the two years since the first edition became a global bestseller, the world of social media has grown and changed enough to require an updated guide. Whether you use social media now or not, people are already talking about your company online. By becoming part of the conversation in a more meaningful way, you can start connecting directly to your customers and clients and finding new ones right away with ease and efficiency. Social media marketing isn’t like traditional marketing—and treating it that way only leads to frustration and failure. In The Zen of Social Media Marketing, Shama Kabani, social media expert and president of The Marketing Zen Group (MarketingZen.com), teaches you the “Zen” of using social media tools to find your own marketing nirvana. With a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan and updated content on Google+, online advertising, SEO, and more, the newest edition of The Zen of Social Media Marketing gives you: • A comprehensive overview of why social media works and how to use it to drive traffic to your website and fan page • A proven process to attract followers and fans and convert them into customers and clients • The latest updates and step-by-step guidelines for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and group-buying sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial • Tips on why, when, and how to use online advertising • Essential advice on content marketing and targeted tactics to enhance your SEO • New information on why self-expression is the true driver of social media use and how to leverage it for your business • Insights from dozens of leading online marketers and entrepreneurs, with strategies for success
Category: Business & Economics

Japanese New Religions In Global Perspective

Author : Peter B Clarke
ISBN : 9781136828720
Genre : Social Science
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Since the 1960s virtually every part of the world has seen the arrival and establishment of Japanese new religious movements, a process that has followed quickly on the heels of the most active period of Japanese economic expansion overseas. This book examines the nature and extent of this religious expansion outside Japan.
Category: Social Science