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  Yamaoka Tesshu, as a young student of Zen, visited one
master after another. He called upon Dokuon of Shokoku.

Desiring to show his attainment, he said: "The mind,
Buddha, and sentient beings, after all, do not exist.
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 1261  jim macairt from alfriston,east sussex,U.K found this site through a personal referral (surfing) 02.14.2000  
  nice easy to access pages short and to the point(zen?)may the dharma be with you always. OM AH HUNG HRI !

 1262  Bob from UK found this site through a search engine 02.10.2000  
  maveloss

 1263  Geoff from new york found this site through a search engine 02.08.2000  
  After viewing this site, I have become interested in the Buddha and I plan on reading more into the concepts.

 1264  Erik A. Mogensen from Knightdale,NC found this site through a search engine (Yahoo) 02.07.2000  
  Very good site. I am interested in Buddhism and found a lot of useful information.

 1265  Petro from found this site through a search engine 02.03.2000  
  Nice-looking site...couldn't access chat, though, kept coming up with an error in syntax...too bad! Will add this to my list of favorites, and use it as visual inspiration when I create my own web page...thanks!

 1266  Scott Ingold from Tulsa, Ok found this site through a search engine (Yahoo) 02.01.2000  
  As a newcomer to Zen Buddhism, I found your guide very informative!

 1267  Susan from Maine found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 01.30.2000  
  This is a beautiful site. Thank you for it. Peace

 1268  Twolf from found this site through a search engine 01.22.2000  
  There is a kind of more intelligent animals who are not of any shape than mankind in the boundless universe. We don't see the animals. The scope that our eyes can observe is very limited, for examples, we can't see infrared ray and electromagnetic wave. The animals exist in the form of informational wave that has energy and consciousness. They can transmit thought to mankind, can control our idea and our behavior. There is a mountain that is named TINTAI in east CHINA. The GOQIN temple is on the mountain. The natural wolf has lived in the temple. He named himself as the disciple of Buddha. He is more intelligent animal than we are as mentioned before. He hasn't the human body, but can speak to us by transmitting thought. From physics, the natural wolf is only the energy wave that has consciousness. He can follow his inclinations to attack us by his energy waves. In 1994,the natural wolf came to man's world. He is also ordinary person who cultivates himself according to a Buddhism doctrine. Then, he can obtain magical power and transform his body into energy waves form with consciousness. The natural wolf considers the ordinary person as livestock, such as pig, dog etc, and can "eat" us. But the natural wolf doesn't eat our body; he absorbs our biological energy that can be transformed by food. Our body is a small-scale power station. When the natural wolf is dying, he is usually sure to cause the ordinary person physical and mental suffering to divert his living crisis to the person. His method is very sinister and cruel. If the natural wolf can't tide over his living crisis, he vents his anger on the ordinary persons and makes them fall into lower forms of life, such as chicken, pig etc. He let the ordinary persons are buried with his dead as the slave was buried with his owner's dead in ancient times. The natural wolf chooses a person as his tool to eternal life, and makes him live a special life with magical power. To make our hair stand on end is that the natural wolf changes the person's brain structure with magical power. Let the person have encephalitis, and miss cure time because a delay to ruin his brain reflective speed and the faculty of memory, make him get wooden head and slow of understanding. The natural wolf's aim is to reduce the person's independent character, and have the person be his shield, let him be a "corpse ghost". The natural wolf has the person obtain gains without labor and run into debt with evil intentions. He let people promiscuity in man's world to form salacious surroundings. The natural wolf can control people's sexual desire with magical power. He has the impudence to the brothers and sisters do sexual intercourse. When the person was marrying, the natural wolf attached his body and do sexual intercourse with his wife, but he doesn't allow them to bear children to bring up him who is a child after reviving. The natural wolf connects his mind with the person's as a cap that can speak is put on the person's head, and speaks to the person day and night. The natural wolf slanders with and insults the person, provoke him to anger, and make him fight as bullfight. The natural wolf named that as "head fight", force the person to acknowledge allegiance to him. If the person doesn't follow him, the natural wolf has him headache, even kills him by magical power. The natural wolf is a kind of cruel animal. If you meet him, you are unfortunate. The natural wolf gives rise to many people's disaster, however, the persons seem to feel quite helpless and be at a loss what to do. Because the natural wolf can determine our destiny, he makes unbridled attacks, and destroys morality and order in man's world.

 1269  EileenBowley from co. Durham , England found this site through a search engine 01.18.2000  
  Quite enlightening now wanting to find more information

 1270  KrispyCramAries from Los Angelas found this site through other (just exploring) 01.18.2000  
  Your web site is groovy. It seems you have a interest in Buddha and possibably live by it. Keep up the good work. What you know I shall learn from.

 1271  S.P.Kamat from India found this site through a search engine (google) 01.16.2000  
  I found the sections on the Four Noble Truths particularly thought provoking.

 1272  Marc from found this site through a search engine 01.15.2000  
  Thank you.

 1273  Larry Hysell from Akron , Ohio found this site through a search engine (msn search) 01.14.2000  
  Your sight is very insightful. I have been interested in Buddism for a long time is ther any books you could suggest for someone who would like to learn more?

 1274  michael from long island, new york found this site through a personal referral 01.13.2000  
  Can you help me find a Zen meditation center. Thank you.

 1275  damian from canada found this site through a search engine 01.12.2000  
  inspiring

 1276  erica from Antioch, Illinois found this site through other (www search on "ultima online" game for son - saw y) 01.10.2000  
  time for sleep glad you're here can't access the chat group, keep getting error messages

 1277  Terry Carmer from Laguna Niguel, CA found this site through a search engine (oal) 01.07.2000  
  Thank you for an informative visit. From a visitor with a long standing interest and little understanding.

 1278  The Exhalted One from Canada found this site through a search engine (metacrawler.com) 01.06.2000  
  You have a most beautiful site! It looks very well crafted and I must have taken a lot of time to do!!

 1279  Gary "Chandrangate" from Missoula Montana found this site through a link from another site (aol channel) 01.06.2000  
  Artistic and informative site. I enjoyed the layout and content very much.

 1280  David K. from Burbank ca. found this site through other (brozer) 01.05.2000  
  nothing to say Tell me what its all about PLEASE


 



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