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  A soldier came to Hakuin and asked "Is there really a paradise and a hell?" "Who are you?" inquired Hakuin. "I am a samurai," the warrior replied. "You, a samurai!" exclaimed Hakuin. "What kind of ruler would have you as his guard?... continue...

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1. Top 5 Pioneering Believers Of Mahayana Buddhism - TravelersToday

TravelersToday

Top 5 Pioneering Believers Of Mahayana Buddhism
TravelersToday
Buddhist monks back then have slowly penetrated the land during the Han dynasty, but its vast explosion started during the Tang dynasty. Zen Buddhism fused with Taoist and Confucian influences and became known from then on as Chan/Zen. In fact, China ...



2. The Wisdom Way: A Zen Buddhist Reflects on the Feast of the Epiphany - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

The Wisdom Way: A Zen Buddhist Reflects on the Feast of the Epiphany
Patheos (blog)
And while Buddhism, particularly Zen Buddhism has proven to be more resonant with how I see the world, and with Zen has what I've found the most useful of all the world's spiritual technologies, I still find much of value in my natal tradition. As a ...



3. Zen in the Natural World: A Meditation on Awakening After Modernity - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Zen in the Natural World: A Meditation on Awakening After Modernity
Patheos (blog)
A psychologist and teacher of psychology as well as a Zen priest, Dr Segall addresses the fact that a large percentage, I would even hazard possibly a majority of our Western convert Buddhists, do not adhere to the traditional Buddhist understanding of ...



4. National Treasure: Gary Snyder - Lion's Roar

Lion's Roar

National Treasure: Gary Snyder
Lion's Roar
Then I went to Asia with the goal of studying with a Zen teacher. By that time, I had narrowed my territory to Zen Buddhism—its particular kinds of discipline, its poetry, and its heart. I managed to make my way to Japan and stayed there for twelve years.



5. District spelling bee champs advance to SpellBound! - Charleston Post Courier

Charleston Post Courier

District spelling bee champs advance to SpellBound!
Charleston Post Courier
Retired school board member Kathleen Bounds read its definition from the podium: “A paradox used in Zen Buddhism as an instrument of mediation in training monks to despair of an ultimate dependence on reason and to force them into sudden intuitive ...

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6. Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about - El Paso Times

El Paso Times

Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about
El Paso Times
I am reminded here of the koan used in Zen Buddhism: If you meet the Buddha, kill him. This metaphorical dictum is a useful one, because the real Buddha may appear after the first Buddha is encountered on the road. The truth or the enlightenment is at ...



7. Jeff Bridges urges Donald Trump to read his book about Zen philosophy - The Independent

Jeff Bridges urges Donald Trump to read his book about Zen philosophy
The Independent
The Oscar-winner said he believed President-elect Trump could learn from his book, The Dude And The Zen Master, which considers parallels between his famous character in cult film The Big Lebowski and the tenets of Buddhism. After taking part in the ...

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8. Nyogen Senzaki's Sufism & Zen - Patheos - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Nyogen Senzaki's Sufism & Zen - Patheos
Patheos (blog)
(The essay “Sufism & Zen” is taken from a collection of Nyogen Senzaki Sensei's lectures and writings which was published in Japan in 1936 as ON ZEN ...

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9. Zen in my Teacup - The Indian Express

The Indian Express

Zen in my Teacup
The Indian Express
In a teahouse, it is all zen. Zen in a teacup. The gracious bow of the kimono-clad tea master, the washing of utensils, the dug-in tea stove, the iron kettle and the rules of tea-making and tea-drinking reflect the tenets of Zen Buddhism. The tea ...




 



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