April 1989 Buddhism Now

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Buddhism Now April 1989From this issue:

Son master Chinul

Chinul (1158-1210) was one of Korea’s most important and influential Son (Ch’an) masters. As a young monk he was dis­heartened by the overall worldly attitude of his fellows who were, on the whole, only interested in name and fame. He was also disgusted by the strong sectarian climate of his age. So he and a handful of other monks made a pact that after their training ‘they would go off into the wild, form a Samadhi and Prajna Society, and live in retreat. That actually happened about ten years later.

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Buddhist Publishing Group (BPG) published the first issue of Buddhism Now in February 1989

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February 1989 Buddhism Now

Buddhism Now archives. We are posting the covers of old paper versions of Buddhism Now including selected articles.

Buddhist Publishing Group (BPG) published the first issue of Buddhism Now in February 1989. Buddhist Publishing Group (BPG) published the first issue of Buddhism Now in February 1989.

From this issue:

Is there any possibility of developing more compassion?
By the Dalai Lama

Although all the Buddhist teachings are techniques for transforming and training one’s mind, in the Tibetan tradition we have a group of teachings which are actually categorised as ‘thought transformation’ or ‘training the mind’ teachings…

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