‘It is clear before you, but you do not see it,’ says the Zen master.
Chan / Seon / Zen
Here we find the common motifs of cliffs, rocky outcrops, pavilions, and a lone figure crossing a bridge.
The chanting is all in Japanese. Hope you enjoy it.
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Film: In it he talks about the purpose of Zen meditation in daily life.
A monk asked, ‘Master Ma, why do you say that mind is Buddha?’
A guide to Kyoto’s most important Zen garden and temple sites.
Think of not Thinking. How? By leaving thinking as-it-is. Dogen Zenji