Mahayana

Zen in the Park, by Arthur Braverman

During my stay at Antaiji I came into contact with five teachers of Zen. Three, I met, and two I learned of through their heirs and their writings. All of these teachers were, in some capacity, connected with Antaiji, a small poor temple in Kyoto…

Son master Chinul

Sentient beings deceive themselves through their own actions. They themselves per­ceive that “this is an ordinary man,” “this is a saint,” “this is oneself,” “this is someone else,”…

Bodhisattva Vow

Birth as a human being is rare and it is rarer still to become a Bodhisattva. Why? Because one may not hear the true Dharma; one may be insensitive to the suffering in the world…