Some inspirations for, and appreciations of, Zen practice:
Boshan Appreciations – appreciations by Zen practitioners of the writings of Boshan, a Chinese Zen teacher.
On no-ego & no-self, from Jeff’s Foreword to Bernadette Roberts’ What Is Self?: A Study of the Spiritual Journey in Terms of Consciousness.
The Ever Unnameable It – talk by Ron Sinnige (pdf).
Reflections on One-on-One – reflections on One-on-One by Zen practitioners.
Preface to Jeff Shore’s Zen Classics for the Modern World – the account of Guus on his Zen practice (in English) Zen-Klassiker für die Welt von heute – Vorwort (pdf) (in German).
Foreword – Includes Jeff Shore’s Foreword to Crossroads in Psychoanalysis, Buddhism, and Mindfulness, dedicated to his first teacher, Richard DeMartino.
Zazen Manual – Translations in English & Hungarian.
Working Through Fear and Pain – Julia Schaefer (pdf).
Rinzai Zen in the Modern World – paper from the symposium on “Rinzai Zen in the Modern World” by Jeff Shore.
Inspiration from a visit to Eiheiji by Varant (pdf).
Rinzai Zen Now – an interview with Jeff Shore by Rinzai Zen Master and Hanazono University Professor Yasunaga Sodô (pdf).
Silver Sesshin & Visits (pdf).
Chapel House Inspirations (pdf).
Focusing On The Breath (pdf).
Zazen with Jeff (pdf).
A Problem (pdf). (NEW)
Practicing As A Woman – Andrea O’Hearne (pdf). (NEW)
Finally Arriving At The Dead End Of My Practice (pdf). (NEW)
Ecological Inspiration (pdf). (NEW)
Buddha Lost In Translation? (pdf). (NEW)
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