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Subtle Sound: The Zen Teachings of Maurine Stuart

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Maurine Stuart (1922–1990) was one of a select group of students on the leading edge of Buddhism in America: a woman who became a Zen master. In this book, she draws on down-to-earth Zen stories, her friendships with Japanese Zen teachers, and her experiences as a concert pianist to apply the inner meanings of Buddhism to practicing the basic ethics of daily living—nowness ...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published November 19th 1996 by Shambhala
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An incredible book offering the sweet wisdom of being alive in each moment. Carrying our innate spirituality and being into the world in each act. We sit and meditate because we rise and go into the world. Nonacademic yet it teaches. Highly recommended.
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“Become the person of no rank. Become the noble soul, and live in this awakened way, not imitating anyone. Whatever the circumstances your life asks of you, respond to them in your own individual Zen-spirited way. Don't waste any time trying to be someone else...We are not here to have someone else's experience. We are here to have our own vivid experience. So please don't cling to yesterday, to what happened, to what didn't happen. And do not judge today by yesterday. Let us just live today to the fullest! Moment after moment, each sitting is the only sitting.” 4 likes
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