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Zen and the Art of Tea (Audiobook)
Macmillan Audio | 1995 | ISBN: 1559273569 | Language English | Audio CD in MP3 /160Kbps | 155MB
From one of the most influential books ever written on Zen Buddhism: A fascinating study of the spiritually transcending art of tea.
Zen and the Art of Tea studies the deceptively simple tea ceremony-- a ceremony that, when taken up by the Zen-men, turns out to be a momentous event that leads directly up to Buddhahood and its absolute truth.
In simple, often poetic language, enhanced by anecdotes and poetry, D.T. Suzuki describes the tearoom and tea ceremony; the principles of harmony, reverence, purity and tranquillity that regulate the tearoom; and explores the essential concepts of wabi and sabi, which lead us to the subjective and objective appreciation of poverty and imperfection so vital to creating a Zen state of mind.
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