Philip Kapleau

Philip Kapleau ounded the Rochester Zen Center in 1966. He has studied and taught Zen for forty-five years. ©1989, 1997 by Rochester Zen Center. Reprinted by arrangment with Shambhala Publications, Inc., Boston

Magazine Meditation & Practice

On Breathing Together

For you to be composed and concentrated will help the dying person continue with equanimity on their journey into the after-death state. It can be both calming and otherwise helpful to the dying patient for you to share with them the counting of their breath for periods of about twenty minutes, perhaps several times a […]

By Philip Kapleau
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