Trevor Leggett (1914-2000) lived for a considerable time in Japan. He was the first foreigner to obtain the Sixth Dan (senior teachers degree) in judo from Kodokan and has written several well-known books on the subject. He has also written… Read More ›
Trevor Leggett (1914 – 2000), was one of the leading writers on Zen Buddhism in the West.
Buddhism can be looked at in terms of music, whereas the Vedanta of the Upanishads could correspond to architecture. As an example, take the familiar opening chords in Rachmaninov’s popular Second Piano Concerto.
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