Index

About the verses

Inscribed on the Believing Mind

1:  The Perfect Way is not difficult

2:   A hairbreadth of difference

3:  To set what you like against what you dislike

4:  Perfect it is, like vast emptiness

5, 6 and 7:  The Middle Way

8:  Banish words, banish thinking

9:  Return to the Source

10:  The shifting and changing in emptiness

11:  Do not seek the true

12-16:  Do not dwell in dual views

17:  Do not discriminate between coarse and fine

18:  The Great Way is open to all

19:  Letting go, it will happen spontaneously

20:  Be your natural self

21:  Have no aversions

22:  The sage does nothing

23:  The silkworm

24-25:  Gain and loss, right and wrong

26:  If the eye never sleeps

27-28:  The myriad things are of one suchness

29:  Unite motion and stillness

30-32:  This is Enlightenment

33-34:  No other, no self

35-36:  Beyond time and space

37-39:  Undivided is the Believing Mind

Glossary of Buddhist Terms

Deepak Chopra: The Secret of Healing

What is the mind?

There are no problems to solve

The koan

Song of Angya

D. T. Suzuki: Early Memories

D. T. Suzuki: Self the Unattainable

D. T. Suzuki: Zen and Meditation

Lester Levenson (1909-1994)

The most direct path to self-realization

Letting go of the ego

The Self: Lester Levenson

As your mind is, the world is: Lester Levenson

Paramitas: How to become a buddha

Ten practices to attain first awakening

Dharma: The true reality

Death and enlightenment

The Life of Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch

Hui-neng: Discourse on Samadhi and Prajna

Hui-neng: How to meditate

Hui-neng: Mahaprajnaparamita

What is the body?

What is love?

Jesus the buddha

Enlightenment experiences of Zen masters

Practicing at home: Hui-neng

Alayavijnana: The storehouse of memory

The Lankavatara Sutra: Introduction

Lankavatara: The attainment of self-realisation

Lankavatara: The Six Paramitas

Lankavatara: Instructions for disciples

Lankavatara: The Alaya and the evolution of illusion

What is causation?

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