A Bilingual Edition translated and with an introduction by Red Pine.
From the back cover:
A fifth-century Indian Buddhist monk, Bodhidharma is credited with bringing Zen to China. Although the tradition that traces its ancestry back to him did not flourish until nearly two hundred years after his death, today millions of Zen Buddhists and students of kung fu claim him as their spiritual father . . . This bilingual edition, the only volume of the great teacher's work currently available in English, presents four of his teachings in their entirety. "Outline of Practice" describes the four all-inclusive habits that lead to enlightenment, the "Bloodstream Sermon" exhorts students to seek the Buddha by seeing their own nature, the "Wake-up Sermon" holds up detachment as the essence of the way, and the "Breakthrough Sermon" defens his premise that the most essential method for reaching enlightenment is beholding the mind.