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SIZE : 148 x210mm
PAGES : 178
COVER : Paperback
ISBN : 978-89-91857-38-4 (03220)
PRICE : U.S. $15.00
我心是金佛

A collection of inspiration and wisdom, seen through the tales of housewives and kings, bandits and monks, and the deep mountains of Korea. In these thirty-three stories, one of Korea’s foremost Seon(Zen) Masters shows us our inherent potential and teaches us how to live with dignity and courage in any circumstances. Appealing to both children and adults, these stories are drawn from the rich Buddhist tradition of Korea and reveal the unseen dimensions of our lives while showing us how to become true human beings.



SIZE : 148 x210mm
PAGES : 152
COVER : Paperback
ISBN : 978-89-91857-38-4 (03220)
PRICE : NTD $280
Licensed to : [Oak Tree Publishing Co.]
我心是金佛

A collection of inspiration and wisdom, seen through the tales of housewives and kings, bandits and monks, and the deep mountains of Korea. In these thirty-three stories, one of Korea’s foremost Seon(Zen) Masters shows us our inherent potential and teaches us how to live with dignity and courage in any circumstances. Appealing to both children and adults, these stories are drawn from the rich Buddhist tradition of Korea and reveal the unseen dimensions of our lives while showing us how to become true human beings.



SIZE : 180 x230mm
PAGES : 180
COVER : Paperback
ISBN : 978-89-91857-35-3(03220)
PRICE : U.S. $13.00
无河可渡

Seon Master Daehaeng’s ability to reach out to a wide audience of both ordained and lay Buddhists is well documented in this anthology No River to Cross. Her method of teaching is disarmingly simple, yet remarkably profound. She is widely known for her insight into people’s character and her ability to draw on that insight to craft teachings that correspond precisely to the needs of her audience. Seon Master Daehaeng emerges in this collection as one of the most creative and accessible of contemporary Korean Buddhist teachers, who can use even the most mundane of daily events as grist for the mill of Buddhist teaching and practice.

[From the preface, by Professor Robert Buswell,
Director of the Center for Buddhist Studies, UCLA]



SIZE : 148 x210mm
PAGES : 246
COVER : Paperback
ISBN : 978-89-91857-36-0(03220)
PRICE : NTD $500

Seon Master Daehaeng shows us how the difficulties of life can become the materials with which we transform ourselves and find our true essence. She shows how long travels and expensive retreats are unnecessary, for everything we need is already here in the midst of our ordinary, everyday life. Rather than being hindrances, the suffering and difficulties we encounter are our teachers and fellow practitioners, who are guiding us and helping us grow. Through this book, we can discover the way to become a truly free person living in the middle of this modern world.

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