Buddhism, Part I: Zen and Mahayana
THE LAUGHING MAN VOL. 1. NO. 1.
©1976 The Laughing Man Institute for Tradional and Esoteric
Introducing The Laughing Man .
Editorial: Four Forms of Buddhism.
The Tibetan Buddhist Teachings and Their Application by Chögyam
Buddhism Criticizes Itself: Selections from The Lankavatara Sutra,
compiled and introduced by Adrienne Pittman.
Interviews: Three Zen Roshis In America by Lex Hinton, Crane
Montaño, Peter Roberts:
“Sooner or Later You Come to a Real Dead End”-Taizan Maezumi
“But You Know Your Moves”-Robert Aitken Roshi,
“My Basic Policy Is to Avoid People with Ph.D’s”-Eido Tai Shimano
“This Will Not Make a Very Deep Interview for You. I Am Sorry”-Soen
Yasutani Roshi On Koans.
Indian Mahayana, Chinese Zen.
The Physics Of Things : The Cosmic Dance by Fritjof Capra.
Bubba Free John On Meditation, Part 1: I Do Not Recommend That You
Meditate, by Terence Patten.
Sport: The 1975 World Series: Zen Baseball? by Saniel Bonder “What is
the sound of 74,367 hands clapping?”
Mahayana In Tibet: An Interview with Lama Thubten Yeshe by Crane
Hinduism and Buddhism by Bubba Free John.
Ramana Maharshi and Buddhist Non-Dualism by Lex Hixon.
The Body: Homeopathy by Bill Gray MD.
Books: The Platform (Altar) Sutra of Hui Neng & Empty Cloud by
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