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44 Taeansa Temple Taeansa Temple is located at the foot of Dongrisan Mountain. In the first year of the King Gyungdeok of the Shilla Dynasty, it was established by three Seon monks. It was originally called Daeansa Temple. Taesansa Temple was the birthplace of Dongrisan Mo 07 May 2009 7,073
43 Why are Ananda, Vasubandhu, Asvaghosa and Nagarjun… If you look closely at the Lineage of Dharma Transmission of the Seon school, one peculiarity catches the eye. From Ananda, to Vasubandhu, Asvaghosa and Nagarjuna, the Seon lineage includes a number of persons who seem incongruent with the image of the ma 03 Jul 2006 7,063
42 What is the True Last Word? Dharma Talk for the 2550 (2006) Summer Retreat by Seon Master Dorim Beopjeon Patriarch of the Jogye Order 17 May 2006 7,007
41 Dharma Talk by Seon Master Jinje With foolish desire, we try to make all things our own. No matter what great university we graduated from, even if we were the president or high government official, we cannot eliminate conflictive emotions and suffering. When we get to know our true self 27 Nov 2009 6,997
40 To Become Truly Human 1. Preface: The True Human   I think we all agree that the current International Conference on Korean Seon Buddhism is an extremely important event. It provides a rare opportunity to gather together many thinkers of diverse backgrounds and points of view. 24 Feb 2006 6,961
39 Uncovering Brilliant Disciples is the Way of Trans… In the Seon school, disciples with extraordinary spiritual capacities are referred to as dharma vessels (beopgi), which suggests that they are vessels capable of containing the dharma. When Huineng, a woodcutter and novice laborer, had an audience with th 20 Dec 2006 6,954
38 New Year’s Greeting Speech The year of the Dog is upon us. As it draws near, I pray that it will be filled with joy for each and every person in and outside of Korea, and that Korea will continue taking the brightest passage toward a shining future with the blessings of Buddha. Loo 01 Feb 2006 6,953
37 What is this? In Korea one often practices asking the hwadu “What is this?”. “What is this?” comes from an encounter between the Sixth Patriarch Huineng and a young monk who became one of his foremost disciples, Huaijang. 03 Dec 2009 6,952
36 It’s never the worst I recently met an acquaintance whom I had not seen in quite a while. She no longer had the young face that I remembered. Hers was the rough face of an urchin, a vagabond, and looking at her left me with a peculiar feeling. She did not have the look of an 07 Jul 2006 6,917
35 Benjamin Bell: U.S. Buddhist in Seoul   Benjamin Bell: U.S. Buddhist in Seoul When Benjamin V. Bell tells people he is a Buddhist, the reaction from most is: "Pure surprise, and usually laughter and smiles, because we literally are all one in the universe (and) they know that. 21 Jan 2009 6,908
34 Monastic Training System of the Jogye Order of Kor… Monastic Training System of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism The Organization and Assessment of the Buddhist Practice and Training System By Ven. Beopjin, Dean of Hainsa Sangha College 11 Mar 2009 6,905
33 Nothing is Routine One of the thrills of being a young adult is that everything is a first-time experience. My first real job I bounded to with enthusiasm. My first short haircut and manicure felt amazing. My first true love, first kiss, first skinny-dipping in a mountain l 25 Jul 2006 6,889
32 Hwadu Meditation and Contemporary Society I have read many articles recently, and have had quite a few discussions with various knowledgeable people as well, regarding the topic of hwadu meditation. What I have observed from my readings and discussions is that people’s opinions about the hwadu f 13 Feb 2006 6,883
31 Identity Crisis "You know the world’s messed up when the best golfer is black [Tiger Woods], and the best rapper is white [Eminem]," quipped the basketball great Charles Barkley. Barkley taps into something important about how it is becoming harder to assume that race, c 16 Jun 2006 6,837
30 [Book Review] Zen and Psychotherapy In Zen and Psychotherapy, Christopher Mruk, A professor of clinical psychology, and Joan Hartzell, a psychiatric nurse and practitioner of Zen for many years, explore how Buddhist and Zen ideas could help in the healing of mental health patients. 02 Aug 2006 6,835
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