v. an amazingly pure Alan Watts, "Beat Zen, Square Zen and Zen" in This Is It and Other Essays on Zen and Spiritual Experience (New York: vintage, 1973), 106.
vii. There is another Elihu Genmyo Smith, "Practice: Working With Everything,” unpublished manuscript.
viii. From the withered Compare The Record of Tung-Shan, translated by William F. Powell (Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1986), 63: ''The blooming of a flower on a sear old tree, a spring outside of kalpas.” See also lsshu Miura and Ruth Fuller Sasaki, Zen Dust: The History of the Koan and Koan Study in Rinzai (Lin-Chi) Zen (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966), 104: ''In the spring beyond time, the withered tree flowers.”
32. If you can Huang Po, from The Zen Teaching of Huang Po, translated by John Blofeld (New York: Grove Press, 1959), 33.
33. We cannot solve Compare The Recorded Sayings of Ch'an Master Un-chi Hui-chao of Chen Prefecture, translated by Ruth Fuller Sasaki (Kyoto, Japan: The Institute for Zen Studies, 1975), 9 ff.
33. On no account Huang Po, in Blofeld, The Zen Teaching, 130.
67. Next, you should Zen Master Dògen and Kasha Uchiyama, Refining Your Life: From the Zen Kitchen to Enlightenment, translated by Thomas Wright (New York, Tokyo: Weatherhill, 1983), 5.
67. He carried a Ibid., 9 ff.
71. When, through practice ... own conditioned preconceptions. Menzan Zenji, Shikantaza: An Introduction to Zazen, edited and translated by Shòhaku Okumura, published by Kyoto Sòtò-Zen Center (Toyko, Japan: Tòkò Insatsu KK, 1985), 106.
107. This mind is Huang Po, in Blofeld, The Zen Teaching, 33.
110. Renunciation is not Shunryu Suzuki, Roshi, Wind Bell 7, no. 28, 1968.
119. a man was "A parable," in Zen Flesh, Zen Bones: A Collection of Zen and Pre-Zen Writings, compiled by Paul Reps (Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, no date), 22 ff. Compare also Leo Tolstoy, "My Confession," in The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy, vol. 13, translated and edited by Leo Weiner (Boston: Dana Estes & Co., Publishers; Colonial Press, 1904), 21 ff.
122. Who is There? in Arthur J. Deikman, M.D., The Observing Self: Mysticism and Psychotherapy (Boston: Beacon Press, 1982), 88. See also 91-118, passim.
149. Let go of Compare "Shòji," final paragraphs, A Complete English Tmnslation of Dògen Zenji's Shòbògenzò, translated by Kòsen Nishiyama and John Stevens (Toyko, Japan: Kawata Press, 1975), 22.