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  1. Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism.
  2. Zen is one of four major schools of Buddhism.
  3. Zen is to religion what a Japanese "rock garden" is to a garden. (Web site)
  4. Zen is the small stream of masters who are teaching the no-mind.
  5. Zen is a branch of the Mahayana which strongly emphasizes the practice of meditation.

Master Seung Sahn

  1. He received inka from Zen Master Seung Sahn in 1992 and transmission as a Zen Master in 1998.
  2. A student of Zen Master Seung Sahn's since 1974, he received dharma transmission on October 10, 1992.

Zen Buddhism

  1. Sitting meditation as practiced in Zen Buddhism. (Web site)
  2. This document is a part of the Zen Buddhism section of the Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library. (Web site)
  3. This is the site of the International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism, the research institution of Hanazono University in Kyoto, Japan. (Web site)

Zen Center

  1. He is the guiding teacher of Indianapolis Zen Center.
  2. He is one of the senior dharma teachers at Zen Center. (Web site)
  3. Arnie Kotler was a monk at the San Francisco and Tassajara Zen Centers for fifteen years. (Web site)

Zen Master

  1. Ta Hui wasn't just any "famous Zen Master".
  2. Ordinary mind is the Way, said the Zen masters.
  3. Hakuin Zenji (1689-1769) was one of the most important of all Japanese Zen masters.


  1. Shunryu Suzuki was an important emissary of Zen Buddhism to the United States. (Web site)
  2. It was Suzuki's contention that a Zen satori, awakening, was the goal of the tradition's training.


  1. This is the form of Zen most emphasized in the Rinzai school.
  2. He was ordained a Soto Zen priest by Uchiyama Roshi in 1970.
  3. Zen Center in south Minneapolis led by Katagiri-roshi dharma heir Steve Hagen.
  4. That is, their attaining Dharma transmission and entry into an official Zen lineage was being blocked. (Web site)


  1. Story of a traditional pilgrimage to Zen temples in Japan.
  2. A second volume by Dumoulin is entirely devoted to the history of Zen in Japan.

Zen Buddhist

  1. Complete list of Zen Centers in Alabama, including those without websites.
  2. The Zen Info Web - Dharma net's index of Zen Buddhist monasteries and practice centers.


  1. Zen Mountain Monastery functions as the main house of the Order. (Web site)
  2. He established the Engakuji monastery, which is one of the chief Zen monasteries in Japan.

Pure Land

  1. Zen quotes from the philosphies of Zen, Buddhism, and Taoism. (Web site)
  2. A new monk came up to the Zen master Joshu.
  3. This, then, would be the first appearance of Vietnamese Zen, or Thien (thi---n) Buddhism.
  4. Newer forms such as Zen and Pure Land Buddhism arise in revolt, and help to democratize Buddhism. (Web site)
  5. Even superficially speaking, there is not a shadow of similitude between the exercises of Zen and those proposed by the founder of the Society of Jesus.

Zen Lineage

  1. Ch'an & Zen Lineages attributed to: David Oller, with minor editing by the Wanderling for our purposes here.
  2. Zen spirituality is just to peel the potatoes. (Web site)
  3. In North America, the Zen lineages derived from the Japanese Soto school are the most numerous.

Zen Meditation

  1. It's called zazen, Zen meditation.
  2. Zen meditation, retreats, dharma talks and orientation courses.

Thich Nhat Hanh

  1. Marcel Geisser is an authorized Dharma teacher and priest in the Zen Buddhist lineage of Thich Nhat Hanh. (Web site)
  2. Walking meditation is a practice that I was introduced to in 1992, by the Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. (Web site)


  1. Another strong sect is the Meditative sect or the Ch'an Men (Zen in Japan). (Web site)
  2. A collection of very readable translations of essays and poems by the founder of the Soto sect of Zen in Japan. (Web site)


  1. Dozens of .zip files of Zen teachings.
  2. Watch this website to explore the teachings of Dark Zen. (Web site)
  3. An easy-to-understand, comprehensive presentation of the core teachings of Zen Buddhism--from the author of Dropping Ashes on the Buddha. (Web site)

Zen Tradition

  1. An Enlightenment experience in the Zen tradition.
  2. This story is from the Zen tradition (Bodhidharma).
  3. A virtual temple for the study of Zen in the tradition of Ch'an Master Hsu (Xu) Yun.


  1. Visually rich, funny, intuitive, basic introduction to Zen.
  2. An attractively presented online introduction to Zen.

Just Sitting

  1. Just sitting is one of the main forms of Zen meditation.
  2. I am a Zen school meditation practitioner. (Web site)
  3. What Is Zen is the quintessential beginner's guide to achieving enlightenment. (Web site)
  4. Zen practitioners engage in zazen (just sitting) meditation. (Web site)


  1. Intuition is the distinct feature of Zen philosophy. (Web site)
  2. A koan exercise is given to a student by a Zen teacher.
  3. R.H. Blyth's interpretations of Zen presented with simplicity and humor.
  4. Aitken is one of the most important American Zen teachers and is my teacher's teacher.
  5. Excellent resource for information on teachers, schools, lineages, Zen names, Zen sutras and other writings.
  6. Both ancient and modern Zen authorities, teachers and practioners deny that it is a religion or a sect.


  1. Rinzai: School of Zen emphasizing the use of koans.
  2. Zen and Tao-related poetry, artwork, koans, and links.
  3. An explanation of a Zen koan, from a metaphor used by Dogen.
  4. An off-beat look at Zen by a koan student in the Diamond Sangha Zen Buddhist Tradition. (Web site)

Schools Zen

  1. One of these sects is Zen Buddhism. (Web site)
  2. Two main schools of Zen, the Lin-chi (Jap. (Web site)
  3. HVZC, zen buddhism within the lineage of Shodo Harada Roshi. (Web site)
  4. This is the most unusual and intriguing aspect of Rinzai Zen Buddhism.
  5. For details of other schools and lineages see the Schools of Zen Buddhism document. (Web site)


  1. How to practice Zen meditation. (Web site)
  2. Japanese meditation is called zen. (Web site)
  3. A very elementary introduction to Zen practice. (Web site)
  4. Various journals by organisations of Tibetan and Zen tradtions.
  5. The best-known core practice of Zen training is zazen, or meditation.


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  2. Belief > Religion > Buddhism > Mahayana Buddhism
  3. Thought > Belief > Religion > Buddhism
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