Table of contents for The book of equanimity : illuminating classic Zen koans / Gerry Shishin Wick ; foreword by Bernie Glassman.

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Table of Contents
Foreword by Bernie Glassman	 xi
Acknowledgments	 xiii
Introduction	 1
Case 1:	The World-Honored One Ascends the Platform	 11
Case 2:	Bodhidharma's Vast Emptiness	 13
Case 3:	An Invitation for the Patriarch	 16
Case 4:	The World-Honored One Points to the Earth	 18
Case 5:	Seigan's Cost of Rice	 20
Case 6:	Baso's White and Black	 22
Case 7:	Yakusan Takes the High Seat	 25
Case 8:	Hyakujo's Fox	 28
Case 9:	Nansen Cuts a Cat	 31
Case 10:	Joshu Sees Through the Old Woman	 34
Case 11:	Ummon's Two Sicknesses	 37
Case 12:	Jizo Plants the Field	 40
Case 13:	Rinzai's Blind Donkey	 43
Case 14:	Attendant Kaku Serves Tea	 46
Case 15:	Kyozan Plants His Mattock	 49
Case 16:	Mayoku Thumps His Staff	 51
Case 17:	Hogen's Hair's-Breadth	 54
Case 18:	Joshu's Dog	 57
Case 19:	Ummon's Mount Sumeru	 60
Case 20:	Jizo's "Not Knowing Is the Most Intimate"	 63
Case 21:	Ungan Sweeps the Ground	 66
Case 22:	Ganto's Bow and Shout	 69
Case 23:	Roso Faces the Wall	 72
Case 24:	Seppo's Poison Snake	 75
Case 25:	Enkan's Rhinoceros-Horn Fan	 78
Case 26:	Kyozan Points to Snow	 81
Case 27:	Hogen Points to the Blind	 84
Case 28:	Gokoku's Three Shames	 87
Case 29:	Fuketsu's Iron Ox	 90
Case 30:	Daizui's Kalpa Fire	 94
Case 31:	Ummon's Free-Standing Pillar	 98
Case 32:	Kyozan's State of Mind	 100
Case 33:	Sansho's Golden Carp	 103
Case 34:	Fuketsu's Speck of Dust	 106
Case 35:	Rakuho's Acquiescence	 108
Case 36:	Baso's Illness	 112
Case 37:	Isan's Karmic Consciousness	 114
Case 38:	Rinzai's True Man	 117
Case 39:	Joshu's Bowl Washing	 120
Case 40:	Ummon's White and Black	 123
Case 41:	Rakuho's Last Moments	 126
Case 42:	Nanyo's Wash Basin	 130
Case 43:	Razan's Arising and Vanishing	 132
Case 44:	Koyo's Garuda Bird	 134
Case 45:	The Sutra of Complete Awakening	 138
Case 46:	Tokusan's Completion of Study	 141
Case 47:	Joshu's Cypress Tree	 144
Case 48:	Vimalakirti's Nonduality	 147
Case 49:	Tozan Offers to the Essence	 150
Case 50:	Seppo's "What's This?"	 154
Case 51:	Hogen's "By Boat or Land"	 158
Case 52:	Sozan's Dharmakaya	 161
Case 53:	Obaku's Dregs	 164
Case 54:	Ungan's Great Compassionate One	 168
Case 55:	Seppo the Rice Cook	 171
Case 56:	Mishi's White Rabbit	 174
Case 57:	Genyo's One Thing	 178
Case 58:	The Diamond Sutra's Reviling	 181
Case 59:	Seirin's Deadly Snake	 184
Case 60:	Ryutetsuma's Old Cow	 187
Case 61:	Kempo's One Stroke	 190
Case 62:	Beiko's No Enlightenment	 193
Case 63:	Joshu Asks About Death	 196
Case 64:	Shisho's Transmission	 199
Case 65:	Shuzan's New Bride	 203
Case 66:	Kyuho's Head and Tail	 206
Case 67:	The Avatamsaka Sutra's Wisdom	 210
Case 68:	Kassan's Slashing Sword	 214
Case 69:	Nansen's Cats and Cows	 217
Case 70:	Shinzan Questions the Nature of Life	 220
Case 71:	Suigan's Eyebrows	 223
Case 72:	Chuyu's Monkey	 226
Case 73:	Sozan's Requited Filial Piety	 229
Case 74:	Hogen's Substance and Name	 232
Case 75:	Zuigan's Permanent Principle	 235
Case 76:	Shuzan's Three Phrases	 238
Case 77:	Kyozan Holds His Own	 241
Case 78:	Ummon's Farm Rice-Cake	 245
Case 79:	Chosha Advances a Step	 248
Case 80:	Ryuge Passes the Chin Rest	 252
Case 81:	Gensha Comes to the Province	 256
Case 82:	Ummon's Sounds and Shapes	 259
Case 83:	Dogo's Nursing	 262
Case 84:	Gutei's One Finger	 265
Case 85:	The National Teacher's Seamless Tomb	 268
Case 86:	Rinzai's Great Enlightenment	 271
Case 87:	Sozan's With or Without	 275
Case 88:	The Shurangama's Unseen	 278
Case 89:	Tozan's No Grass	 282
Case 90:	Kyozan Respectfully Declares It	 286
Case 91:	Nansen's Peony	 289
Case 92:	Ummon's One Treasure	 292
Case 93:	Roso's Not Understanding	 295
Case 94:	Tozan's Illness	 299
Case 95:	Rinzai's One Stroke	 302
Case 96:	Kyuho's Disapproval	 305
Case 97:	Emperor Ko's Cap	 309
Case 98:	Tozan's Heed	 312
Case 99:	Ummon's Bowl and Pail	 315
Case 100:	Roya's Mountains and Rivers	 318
Appendix: Masters Referenced in Book of Equanimity
	I. 	Ancient Chinese and Japanese Ancestors	 321
	II. 	Indian Ancestors and Bodhisattvas	 327
	III. 	Modern Ancestors and Teachers	 328
Suggested Further Reading	 329

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Zhengjue, 1091-1157. Tiantong Jue he shang song gu.
Koan.