The Buddhists, following the traditions of their Indian fore-fathers, saw the universe as infinite in time and space, and filled with an infinite number of worlds.
Millions of people today are fascinated by Zen, even though Zen teaches them to believe in “nothing” and that everything is illusory and impermanent.
Ensō is a Japanese word meaning “circle”. The term refers to a hand-drawn circle, produced by a single, continuous brushstroke. Ensō is a common subject
Same as last year, Keiko Harada is organizing a Japanese Calligraphy Workshop. Therefore, if you are a calligraphy practitioner or … For over two thousand
And how does a monk live contemplating the body in the body? Herein, monks, a monk, having gone to the … History Resources The Practice Chöd and Dzogchen
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V X Y Z _______________________ A Āchārya – Sanskrit for ‘teacher’; in Zen monasteries, a polite form of address
One day Tokusan went down toward the dining room, holding his bowls. Seppõ met him and asked, “Where are you off … Twenty monks and one nun, who was named
The website wants to bring in some knowledge that you need in order to move on with your Zen practice. It doesn’t want to be a substitute for the actual
Japanese Master Eihei Dōgen (19 January 1200 – 22 September 1253) was not only a key figure in the development of Japanese … Zazen is a Japanese term.