The Big Mind book by Genpo Roshi

Big Mind • Big Heart: Finding Your Way

Paperback version – includes Big Mind Guided Meditation CD- $17.95   


E-book  version, PDF format – $14.95  $9.99         

 
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This book presents a highly original and accessible pathway to self-discovery and personal liberation. Since 1999 the Big Mind process has been experienced by many thousands of people in seminars across America. Author Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel uses this technique to help people access the ever-present Big Mind/Big Heart awareness – the clear, “just being” awareness and the unconditional compassion that we all can experience.

The Big Mind process is now available in book form to bring readers of all backgrounds many benefits including: access to our innate wisdom, compassion and equanimity; openness of mind and ability to shift perspectives; greater presence and empowerment; and appreciation for the wisdom within all of our many sub-selves even ones we tend to dislike or disown, like fear and anger.


Let me state this as strongly as I can: the Big Mind Process founded by Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel is arguably the most important and original discovery in the last two centuries of Buddhism. It is an astonishingly original, profound, and effective path for waking up, or seeing one’s True Nature.

Ken Wilber, author of Integral Spirituality

A gift to the many Westerners who would like to awaken and live in the world with effectiveness and compassion.

Zen Master Bernie Glassman, PhD, author of Bearing Witness

A book of great creativity and originality that will make a significant contribution to the East-West dialogue and to the needs of those who are attracted to move beyond seeking.

Father Thomas Keating, author of Open Mind, Open Heart

The masters of Jewish mysticism guided advanced seekers to the levels of Great Mind and Extended Heart. In our day Genpo Roshi, aka Reb Merzel, offers the trans-denominational seeker a contemporary gate to the highest awareness.

Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, PhD, co-author of Jewish with Feeling

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