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Mindfulness in Plain English. Ending the Pursuit of Happiness. Under the direction of Zen Master Kido Inoue, they share their doubts, their difficulties, their amazement, and the transformations that they experienced in their lives. The ultimate aim of Zen is to break out of the constraints of ego and have direct personal experience of the absolute infinity of our being. It is to awaken to the truth of our nature beyond the ego. In a nutshell, Zen focuses on the essence of mind. In , he received a bachelor of arts degree in Oriental Philosophy at Aichi University.
In , he was appointed to be head priest of Kaizoji; in , he became the Fifth Abbot of Shorinkutsu Seminary. This is his first book to be published in English translation. Having direct knowledge of this mind