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136 [Interview] 108 Bows for Exercise: Oriental Doctor… We would all like to have mental and physical peace. However, it’s not easy. In reality, most people need to exercise to stay healthy. Specialists advise that to stay healthy, you have to exercise until soaked with sweat at least three times a week. How m 21 Apr 2006 3,460
135 Korean English Dictionary of Buddhism Korean English Dictionary of Buddhism.. 18 Dec 2008 3,342
134 [The Day We Go to Temple] 06. Fasting on Buddha’s … 07 Jul 2016 3,227
133 My Visit to Korea Ven. Tubten Gyatso’s visit to Korea 05 Mar 2010 3,115
132 Vow to Bow Past New Year’s resolutions since adult consciousness: floss, stop gossiping, eat a salad a day, floss (I needed to recommit). This year’s resolution: 108 bows a day for 90 days. 13 Mar 2006 3,069
131 Baru Gongyang (Formal Meal) Baru Gongyang is a Buddhist formal meal. At the appearance of the morning star, the Buddha gained enlightenment and the four heavenly kings wanted to make a meal offering to him. He didn’t have a bowl so each king offered him a stone bowl. He overlapped t 19 Mar 2010 2,968
130 The Meaning of the Three-Leaf Clover “Are you happy?” This was once a popular phrase. This is a line from the movie, “Waikiki Brothers.” “Are you happy this moment? Do you consider yourself a happy person?” At these questions, it is said that there would 22 Mar 2011 2,957
129 Son Buddhism - Korean Zen Son Buddhism - Korean Zen The Korean word for Ch’an or Zen is Son. Buddhism is highly significant in Korea. The latest figures (1991) show 26 Buddhist sects and 9,231 temples with more than 11 million followers in Korea. The largest Son sect today in K 16 Mar 2007 2,861
128 The Origin of Buddhist Food In the Early Buddhism period, all monks had to come out from their retreats such as shaded areas or caves to beg for food. They walked around all over the residential areas until they gathered just the right amount of food, and then returned to their plac 03 Nov 2006 2,855
127 <NEW> Let Your Space Be Filled with Compassi… 2:40 a.m., Without fail, the temple begins the day with the sound of Ven. Hyenhyen’s moktak (wooden fish). Use of an alarm clock is prohibited and we must depend on the “clock of our awakened mind” to begin our day... 01 Dec 2011 2,822
126 Bongjeongam Temple in Seolaksan Mountain: Seen By … Bongjeongam Temple in Seolaksan Mountain: Seen By Foreign Visitors 15 Jul 2011 2,813
125 The Buddhist Purification Movement in Korea The Buddhist Purification Movement among the fading Korean Buddhism under the Japanese colonial period was the major historical event for the development of modern Korean Buddhism as well as a significant moment of history for the Jogye Order, the major B 29 Mar 2006 2,795
124 Can Tourism Save Korean Buddhism? Can Tourism Save Korean Buddhism? [Opinion] Tania Campbell on the state of religion in this predominantly Christian nation Buddhism has been an integral part of Korean culture for nearly 2,000 years. With the meteoric rise of Christianity, however, it is 16 Mar 2007 2,733
123 An American Encounter with Korean Nuns Step onto the grounds of Un Mun Sah--the largest and most prestigious Buddhist training monastery for women in Korea--and you step into a world utterly distinct from the hustle of Seoul’s shops and sidewalks. Nestled in the eastern mountains, Un Mun Sah f 26 Feb 2007 2,725
122 History of the Lotus Lantern Festival Origin of Lotus Lanterns During the era of the historical Buddha Sakyamuni, it was a common practice to make offerings to him by bringing food, scattering flowers, burning incense and lighting lanterns. From this custom evolved the famous story of an imp 02 May 2006 2,719
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