Zen

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Zen

A form of meditation that emphasizes direct experience.
Mentioned in: Pilates
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866/7) and Mazu (707-86) of the Southern Ch'an Buddhism schools.
Dismissing aggression as evil they practised martial arts in order to cultivate the mind and learn the essence of Ch'an Buddhism.
As Ch'an Buddhism became acceptable to the intellectual establishment of those times and eventually to the power elite, money started pouring in for bigger and bigger temples and monastic centers.