Suiwo, the disciple of Hakuin, was a good teacher. On a certain day a certain pupil came to him, and Suiwo gave him the problem, "Hear the sound of one hand."
The pupil remained three years, but could not pass the test. One night he came...
K kalpa -
an aeon, world cycle.
A volitional action.
the act of meditation or contemplation, subjects of meditation exercises.
Pancakkhandha, The five Aggregates, The five causally conditioned elements of existence forming a being or entity, corporeality, feeling, perception, mental formations and consciousness
refer to: kalpa.
universal law of cause and effect..
patience, forebearance, tolerance, endurance.
"Public case", a pure presentation of the nature of ultimate reality..
Kshitigarbha Bodhisattva -
savoir from the torments of hell..
wholesome, meritorious, good action, virtue.
an abode of a Buddhist monk or novice.
The glossary of zen and buddhism terms are gathered from the following authorized sources:
1. The Venerable Ajahn Sanong Katapunyo of Wat Sanghathan and the translation/editing of the Thai by Fuengsin Trafford and Simon Romer.
2. Steven Newton - Portland Zen Community (source "Glossary of Japanese Zen Terms" - Stan Rosenthal)
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