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Lions Roar : Nov 2007
New from Parallax Press The teachings of Master Linji are not like any her master. He dares to say everything truthfully, learly, and very frankly. His words are a strong medicine, not a vitamin, but a laxative.” —Thich Nhat Hanh In this fresh translation and commentary, Thich Nhat Hanh explores the essential teachings of one of the founders of Zen Buddhism, Master Linji (Lin Chi). Linji was famous for using unorthodox methods, including shouting, hitting, and telling riddles, to get his students to wake up to the present moment. Nhat Hanh shows how Linji’s teachings can be used as reminders that knowledge is best learned by our own instinctive experience and practice rather than by following others. With humor, skill, and insight, Thich Nhat Hanh reflects on how we can each get closer to the ideal person within us, the person who simply is, with nothing to achieve and nowhere else to be. This book is destined to join the ranks of such classic Buddhist writings as Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind and Become What You Are. “As I see it, there isn’t so much to do. Just be ordinary—put on your robes, eat your food, and pass the time doing nothing.” —from The Record of Master Linji NOV 18-39.indd 31 NOV 18-39.indd 31 8/29/07 2:05:49 PM 8/29/07 2:05:49 PM