Глава 17. Дзэн и традиция буддизма.


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Аннотированная библиография.

Conze, E. (1959a). Buddhism: Its essence and development. New York: Harper & Row.

Обзор основных буддийских традиций.

Conze, E. (Trans.). (1959b). Buddhist scriptures. Baltimore: Penguin Books.

Хорошее собрание различных буддийских текстов.

Kapleau, P. (Ed.). (1965). The three pillars of Zen. Boston: Beacon Press.

Книга включает лекции по обучению и медитации, предлагаемые современным учителем дзэн, а также описания тренингов по дзэн их непосредственными участниками.

Kennett, J. (1976). Zen is eternal life. Berkeley, СA: Dharma Publishing.

Книга включает прекрасное введение в теорию дзэн-буддизма, две недавно переведенные классические книги по дзэн, а также свод основных дзэнских текстов и описания церемоний. Для серьезно изучающих дзэн.

Kennett, J. (1977). How to grow a lotus blossom, or how a Zen Buddhist prepares for death. Mount Shasta, CA: Shasta Abbey Publishing.

Описание мистического опыта учителя дзэн, включающее опыт прошлых жизней и глубинную духовную и телесную трансформацию.

Lal, P. (Trans.). (1967). The Dhammapada. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Хороший перевод одного из основных буддийских текстов.

Reps, P. (Ed.), (n.d.). Zen flesh Zen bones. New York: Doubleday (Anchor Books).

Замечательное собрание дзэнских историй и коанов.

Веб-сайты.

Путеводитель по дзэн

http://www.zenguide.com/

Прекрасное онлайновое введение в дзэн, включающее путеводитель по истории и концепциям дзэн. Сайт также содержит дискуссионный раздел, на котором можно поделиться мыслями и вопросами, и путеводитель по различным буддийским храмам и организациям.

Виртуальная Дзэн-библиотека

http://www.ciolek.com/WWWVL-Zen.html

Сайт представляет собой часть виртуальной библиотеки по исследованию буддизма (Buddhist Studies Virtual Library) и включает основные источники, посвященные дзэн, изучению коанов, а также списки бюллетеней, научных журналов и организаций. Также содержит ссылки на 190 сайтов различных стран, посвященных дзэн, и онлайновый магазин дзэнских текстов.

Дзэн и психология

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/arthenon/6469/main.html

Сайт "Дзэн, заместивший собой "оно"" (As Zen replaces the Id) содержит ссылки и списки книг по темам: психология и религия, психология и восточные традиции, а также психология и дзэн. Сайт также содержит информацию по исследованиям медитации и теме Восток-Запад в психологии.

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