Zen

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Zen

A form of meditation that emphasizes direct experience.
Mentioned in: Pilates
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xvii), which did not exist at the time, and seven of the founders of the Nine Mountain schools of Korean Zen were not Mazu's first-generation disciples (p.
This essay examines the possibility of Zen social ethics by contemplating the relationship between wisdom and compassion in two Korean Zen masters, Pojo Chinul and T'oe'ong Songch'ol.
Buddhist dignitaries from a dozen monastic lineages assemble in Cumberland, Rhode island, where a Korean Zen Master for the first time in history formally transmits his lineage of teaching to three American teachers, one of them a woman.

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