Table of contents for Zen for Christians : a beginner's guide / Kim Boykin ; foreword by Gerald G. May.


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Foreword by Gerald G. May.   

   
An Invitation to Zen Practice.   

   
Practice: Zazen: Counting the Breath.   

   
1. How I Became a Christian Zen Practitioner.   

   
Practice: Walking Meditation.   

   
2. The Buddhist Way of Liberation from Suffering.   

   
Practice: Noticing Thoughts.   

   
3. Zen Teachings and Christian Teachings.   

   
Practice: Zazen: Following the Breath.   

   
4. Enlightenment: Already and Not Yet.   

   
Practice: Practicing with Everything.   

   
5. Making Zen Practice Part of Your Life.   

   
Practice: Zazen: Shikantaza, or “Just Sitting”.   

   
One More Thought: If It’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Badly.   

   
Recommended Resources.   

   
Notes.   

   
Acknowledgments.   

   
The Author.   

   
Index.
   



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Spiritual life Zen Buddhism, Christianity and other religions Relations Zen Buddhism, Zen Buddhism Relations Christianity, Boykin, Kim, 1966-Spiritual biography