Classic and Contemporary Buddhist Works

Nothing Is Hidden - Table of Contents

The Psychology of Zen Koans

Introduction

Chapter One
Wholeness & Immediacy
“That’s Me.”

Chapter Two
Who, Me?
Mu

Chapter Three
The Unconscious
“Who Put You in Bondage?”

Chapter Four
Motivation to Practice
Hakuin and the Sound of One Hand

Chapter Five
Tradition & the Third
Huang-po and Gobblers of Dregs

Chapter Six
Idealization
Hui-neng and the Original Face

Chapter Seven
Appearance & Reality
The Physical Body

Chapter Eight
Change & Unity
Kuei-shan’s Buffalo

Chapter Nine
Traumatic Dissociation
Ch’ien and Her Soul Are Separated

Chapter Ten
Facing Imp ermanence
Sun-Faced Buddha, Moon-Faced Buddha

Chapter Eleven
Desire & Attachment
The Old Woman, the Hermit, and the Young Girl

Chapter Twelve
Mutual Recognition
Yün-men’s Medicine and Disease

Chapter Thirteen
Difference
Liu and Kuei-shan

Chapter Fourteen
The Last Word
Hsueh-feng the Rice Cook

Chapter Fifteen
Doing Things With Words
Feng-hsueh’s Speech and Silence

Chapter Sixteen
In tergenerational Karma
Pai-chang and the Fox

Chapter Seventeen
Uselessness
The Koan of Just Sitting

Chapter Eighteen
Wholeness vs. Wholesomeness
The Precepts

Chapter Nineteen
Surrender & Submission
No Heat or Cold

Chapter Twenty
Self-sacrifice vs. Compassion
Torei Enji’s “Bodhisattva’s Vow”

Chapter Twenty-one
Alive or Dead
Tao-shuai’s Three Barriers

Chapter Twenty-two
Endings
Build Me a Seamless Monument

Conclusion
Insight
Wash Your Bowls

Notes
References
Index
About the Author