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Zen (Chinese: 禪; pinyin: Chán) is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China .... Dogen, the founder of Soto in Japan, emphasised that practice and awakening cannot be separa...

ZEN BUDDHISM | History | History of Zen

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Since its spread to China, the Buddha's dharma has flourished there under the ... Eisai founded Japan's first Zen temple, the Shofuku-ji, in the remote region of ...

Buddhist Schools: Ch'an / Zen Founder: Bodhidharma - BuddhaNet

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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 ...

Zen Buddhism - Infoplease

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Zen Buddhism, Buddhist sect of China and Japan. ... The founder of Zen in China was the legendary Bodhidharma, who came to China from India in the late 5th ...

Zen - ReligionFacts

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Mar 17, 2015 ... Zen. Zen Buddhism is perhaps the most well-known school of Buddhism in the west. Its concepts have been influential on western society since ...

Daruma (Bodhidharma) - Patriarch of Zen Buddhism in China and ...

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He is commonly considered the founder of Chan (Zen) Buddhism 禅, and credited with Chan's introduction to China. (Important Note: Zen is the term used in ...

'The art of Zen' education resource: History of Zen Buddhism - NGV

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Zen is a school of Buddhism which emphasises the practice of meditation as the key ... to the familiar and commonplace, including objects of humble origin.

Origine du bouddhisme zen | Association Zen Internationale

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Bouddha était un homme ordinaire, mais de haute extraction, puisqu'il était fils de rajah, du clan des Shakya. Il naît il y a 2600 ans dans un petit royaume du ...

Zen Buddhism in Japan: c. 1200 - Then Again

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Sep 15, 1998 ... Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism is Introduced to Japan ... The other founder was Dogan ( 1200-1253), who established the Ts'ao-tung (Soto) school of ...

thezensite: Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism in China: Its History and Method

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In Chang Yueh's text, this genealogical line of Shen-hsiu's Buddhist descent ..... which was founded by the monk Fa-yung 法融 (died 657), a contemporary of the  ...

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Zen Origins, Zen History, Zen Beliefs - Patheos

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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.

BBC - Religions - Buddhism: Zen Buddhism

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Oct 2, 2002 ... The essence of Zen Buddhism is achieving enlightenment by seeing one's original mind (or original nature) directly; without the intervention of ...

Zen | Buddhism | Britannica.com

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Alternative titles: Chan; Seon; Sŏn; Thien; Zen Buddhism .... Japanese Zen monks and nuns founded many monasteries and temples in the rural countryside .