Idiot's Guides: Zen Living

Idiot's Guides: Zen Living

by Domyo Sater Burk
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Idiot's Guides: Zen Living by Domyo Sater Burk

In today's fast-paced, technology-laden society, it's easy to become overwhelmed. People seek calm and simplicity, but have a hard time realizing a "Zen" life. Monk and sensei Domyo Sater Burk illustrates how to get started on the path to peace and enlightenment, regardless of cultural or religious affiliation. You'll learn the foundation and essential teachings of Zen practice, how to engage in meditation and mindfulness, and how to live daily within a Zen moral code.

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ISBN-13: 9781615644247
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 01/07/2014
Series: Idiot's Guides Series
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Domyo Sater Burk has been a student of meditation for 20 years. Ordained as a Soto Zen priest in 2001, she had seven years of residential training at Dharma Rain Zen Center and was empowered to function as an independent Zen teacher in 2010 by Rev. Gyokuko Carlson. In addition to Zen meditation, Burk has experience with mindfulness and all the various forms of Buddhist meditation, and has developed a profound respect for the power of meditation to help people access their inner peace, balance, and wisdom. She is also the author of Idiot's Guides: Zen Living and Idiot's Guides: Mindfulness, and leads Bright Way Zen Center in Portland, Oregon.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not yet half way through this book, but I am in awe of the intersectionalities of my day-to-day self and who I really am at my innermost being. In my day-to-day, I now recognize I've been out of my personal work and practice for the purpose of living to get by or make it through, versus being present in the moment and understanding my emotions, reactions, assumptions and the negative energy I impose upon myself and others. I am a Christian, but believe the practice of a Zen lifestyle will not only deepen my faith, but allow me to be more Christ-like in my prescence of self and interactions with others. I highly-recommend this read if you're tired of simply existing and responding and want to have a greater sense of purpose, joy and peace.