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Chán in China. Bodhidharma · Huineng (Enō) · Mazu Daoyi (Baso) · Shitou Xiqian (Kisen) ..... Dogen, the founder of Soto in Japan, emphasised that practice and awakening cannot be separated. By practicing shikantaza, attainment and ...

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A long time ago in India, the Buddha, resolute in solving the problem of ... Eisai founded Japan's first Zen temple, the Shofuku-ji, in the remote region of Kyushu.

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Oct 2, 2002 ... The essence of Zen Buddhism is achieving enlightenment by seeing ... we can find the answers in the same place that we found the questions.

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Founded in China in the 6th century C.E. as the Ch'an school of Mahayana ... Zen maintains that this was the way the Buddha himself attained enlightenment.

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Zen: Important school of East Asian Buddhism that constitutes the mainstream ... Japanese Zen monks and nuns founded many monasteries and temples in the ...

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Buddhists and Orientologists are aware that the Ch'an/Zen texts hold that an Indian Monk named Bodhidharma is attributed to be the founder of Ch'an and ...

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Apr 20, 2004 ... Zen Buddhism is perhaps the most well-known school of Buddhism in ... Its philosophical background can be found in the Lankavatara Sutra, ...

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Buddha was an ordinary man but was of noble birth, being the son of a rajah from the Shakya clan. He was born 2600 years ago in a little kingdom in the north of ...

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