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Book summary zen in the art of archery is the result of the authors thought eugen herrigel which is poured in each sheet of 107 pages ref number 4tn jgaacaaj makes it easy to search in multiple sources. A classic work on eastern philosophy zen in the art of archery is a charming and deeply illuminating story of one mans experience with zen eugen herrigel a german professor of philosophy in tokyo took up the study of archery as a step toward an understanding of zen buddhism. A short and simple book about how zen masters practice archery and a memoir of the authors archery training in japan become one with the bow let the arrow shoot itself that sort of thing its interesting to read a book about zen when it was still very new in the west. One has to transcend technique so that the art becomes an artless art growing out of the unconscious zen in the art of archery is a charming and deeply illuminating story of one mans experience with zen. Zen in the art of archery book title zen in the art of archery the path to achieving zen a balance between the body and the mind is brilliantly explained by professor eugen herrigel in this timeless account this book is the result of the authors six year quest to learn archery in the hands of japanese zen masters
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