ZEN NOTES, 1955
The Zen Eye of the Agamas: Sariputra and the Noisy Monks, by Sokei-an Sasaki
Apropos of Bodhidharma; Translation of December 2004 Bodhidharma Scroll, by Paul Reps
New Wine: Distinction between Hinayana and Mahayana
Sokei-an Says: Buddha's Buddhism.
The Zen Eye of the Agamas: Ananda and the Novice, by Sokei-an Sasaki
Sokei-an: Bringing Nirvana. A Poem about Sokei-an Sasaki
When I received the First Koan, by Sokei-an Sasaki
When Sokei-an Sasaki Outlived his Predicted Death Date: A new name: "Tigerheart"
More Roly-Polies: "Floored 7 times--Stand Up 8!"
Book Noted: Pioneers, O Pioneers: Jesuits in North America
Book Noted: Zen in the Art of Archery
On the occasion of our twenty-fifth anniversary
The zazenkai will journey to Newark Airport to meet Ruth Fuller Sasaki and Isshu Miura Roshi
The Zen Eye of the Agamas: Clearing Away the Five Afflictions, by Sokei-an Sasaki
Zenrin Kushu: The Barbarian has a red beard, Mumonkan, 2
On Translating Chinese Poems: Translation does not bring poems alive.
Living Zen: A Biographical Sketch of Isshu Miura Roshi, by Ruth Sasaki
Death of a Senior Sangha Member, "Baroness" Asta Dorpowska
April 12, 1955 at the Impeiral Palace: Walter Nowick Performs for the Emperor
Chinese: Lao-shih; Japanese: Roshi.
The Three Treasures: Universal communion among Buddhists
Japanese Calligraphy for the Three Refuges, by Isshu Miura Roshi
Whom do we call Buddhists? World Fellowship of Buddhists Conference
The Designer of Zen Notes: Calligraphy is a work of Art
The Four Vows: Commentary and Calligraphy, by Isshu Miura Roshi
Sokei-an Says: The Sixth Patriarch and the Four Vows
East-West Commuters: Our calligraphic picnic
Departure of Miura Roshi; Twelve Persons Enter the Sangha
A Novice at Nanzen-ji, by Isshu Miura Roshi
Mu: Calligraphy and translation of "Mu"
Book Noted: The Art of Indian Asia, by Heinrich Zimmerk
Poem & Calligraphy: "Having knocked at the gate", by Kido Osho
A Portrait of Daio Kokushi, a gift the First Zen Institute
An Ancient Prophesy Renewed
Zen Transmission, by Sokei-an Sasaki
From an Address Given by the Prime Minister of Burma
Cover: Poem and Calligraphy by Kido Osho
To Encourage the Study of the Orthodox Sect of Rinzai Zen, by Goto Roshi
The Great Tao has no Gate, by Sokei-an Sasaki
With this issue of Zen Notes... Letter from Kyoto, by Ruth Sasaki
Sokei-an Says: When you practice zazen
To Encourage the Study of the Orthodox Sect of Rinzai Zen: Samadhi, by Goto Roshi
Japanese Calligraphy for "Isshu", which means "One Vehicle"
The Sailing Boat Koan, by Sokei-an Sasaki
O-Sesshin: Monthly Long Meditation
Indra's Dominion on top of Mount Sumeru
The Metaphor of Indra's net, by Sokei-an Sasaki
The Zen Eye of the Agamas: When you understand about Dharmakaya, by Sokei-an Sasaki
Zen Notes Gift Subscriptions
Cover: Indra's Net
The Legend of the Birth of Buddha, by Sokei-an Sasaki
The Birthday of Christ, by Sokei-an Sasaki
Cover: Flowers in Black and White
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