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Author Miao Tsan.

Title Intrinsic Awakened Nature [electronic resource] : Manifest the Wisdom of the Pure Mind / Miao Tsan.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Bright Sky Press, [2015]
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Summary In the fourth book in a series of contemporary Zen studies, Intrinsic Awakened Nature, Venerable Master Miao Tsan of the Vairocano Zen Monastery explores the manner in which many Western and Eastern religions share common principles, despite the distinct ways in which they spread their teachings. Intrinsic Awakened Nature provides an important perspective on the similarities in Western and Eastern pursuit of eternity, happiness, and the ability to understand the meaning of life. Beneath their religious, linguistic, and cultural differences lies a shared core value. The superficial differences have perplexed thinkers for centuries and left many modern people conflicted about which religion or ideology most deserves their loyalty. While it is impossible for any of us to completely assimilate the different aspects of another culture without inadvertently creating a third culture, Master Miao Tsan shows readers a clear path to understanding the most important aspect of any spiritual teaching: At the source of any sound religion or ideology lies the one and only Universal Truth.
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Subject Zen Buddhism -- Doctrines.
Religious life -- Zen Buddhism.
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Other Form: Print version: Miao Tsan. Intrinsic awakened nature : manifest the wisdom of the pure mind. Houston, TX : Bright Sky Press, <c2012>- 9781936474707 (DLC)2012022192
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