Nothing on My Mind by Erik Storlie
Berkeley, LSD, Two Zen Masters, and a Life on the Dharma Trail

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This frank account by a longtime Zen student looks back over a journey that began in Berkeley in the heady sixties when the author experimented with psychedelics and started to study with Suzuki Roshi, who encouraged his students to find a genuine way of practicing Zen.

About Erik Storlie

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Erik Fraser Storlie has been a student of Zen for almost thirty years and was one of the founders of the Minnesota Zen Mediation Center in Minneapolis. He teaches English and humanities at Minneapolis Community College.
Published November 19, 1996 by Shambhala. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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