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Reviews of:

Journeys into Emptiness: Dogen, Merton, Jung and the Quest for Transformation

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01 Journeys into Emptiness is a psychospiritual study that traces the lives of three famous spiritual seekers:Haglof, Anthony OCD Spiritual Life 47.3 (Fall 2001): 179-181.
2001
02 Journeys into Emptiness tells the stories of three men renowned not only for their spiritual insights but forTroup, Kathleen Mystics Quarterly 28.2 (June 2002): 102-104.
2002
03 Written by a New York psychotherapist who also has a Zen training, the thesis of thisCoward, Harold Buddhist-Christian Studies 23 (2003): 167-170.
2003.
04 This book is well-written and a pleasure to read. Even as Gunn writes like aCooper, Paul C. Journal of Health and Religion 39.3 (Fall 2000): 280-281.
2000.
ANNUAL This book concerns 'the experience of emptiness' in the biographies of several men,Reinders, Eric Merton Annual 14: 257-259.
2001
SEASONALEmptiness as Fulfillment.Robert Jingen Gunn's Journeys into Emptiness examines Dogen's, Thomas Merton's and CarlFinley, James Merton Seasonal 26:2 (Summer 2001): 27-30.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/26/26-2FinleyRevGunn.pdf
2001.