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Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty as ..... Dogen, the founder of Soto in Japan, emphasised that practice and awakening cannot be separated. By practicing shikantaza, attainment and ...

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Eisai founded Japan's first Zen temple, the Shofuku-ji, in the remote region of Kyushu. He initially avoided Kyoto, the capital, because of strong opposition by the ...

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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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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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Founded in China in the 6th century C.E. as the Ch'an school of Mahayana Buddhism ... Deity: Zen includes the wide diversity of the Buddhist pantheon, but also ...

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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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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.

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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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