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Category Archives: Zen Buddhism
Panpsychism is the view that mind or soul (Greek: ψυχή) is a universal feature of all things, and the primordial feature from which all others are derived and this is a common theme in Zen. Master Mangong Wolmyeon described it as  : “What is referred as ‘mind-only’ in Buddhism— … Continue reading
Park Kunsunim: highly trusted teacher Ideally you need a meditation teacher, but not any teacher, a knowledgeable teacher and one you trust also. A tall order especially as many who set themselves up as teachers are ego-driven with little or no insight creating an epistemic catch-22. This catch-22 is a … Continue reading
“Like a star at dawn, a flash of lightning in a cloud, or flickering lamp. A bright illusion, and a phantom and a dream, or a passing cloud. A shining dewdrop, reflecting the morning scene, or a running stream. A fleeting bubble, joyfully alighting high, in the morning sky. “ … Continue reading
Sarcasm is not [always] wrong speech and is often a systematic shortcut for philosophical analysis. Sarcasm can be found among philosophical discourse such as when Socrates pleaded with Euthyphro to teach him what the latter knows (quite clearly making fun of the guy for the benefit of the audience) and … Continue reading
Debate and questioning has a long and noble tradition in Buddhism. For instance, in Tibetan Buddhism philosophical debate is considered an essential part of monastic studies deepening understanding, sharpening the mind, and developing wisdom and attainment. In Zen the process of asking questions is a fundamental part of the teacher … Continue reading