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121 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 4,507
120 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 4,487
119 A Crescent Moon and a Full Moon A Crescent Moon and a Full Moon by Kim Won-Gak 08 Oct 2015 4,477
118 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 4,434
117 Lithuanian Monk, Venerable Bo Haeng In 1991, he met Seon master Seung Sahn, the man that would change his life. 04 Dec 2009 4,407
116 [The Day We Go to Temple] 04. Buddhist Customs on … 07 Jul 2016 4,389
115 The Whole World is a Single Flower Conference 2008 세계일화   世界一花   The Whole World Is a Single Flower Last September, the seventh tri-annual “The Whole World Is a Single Flower” international Buddhist conference took place in Eastern Europe . Every three years the conference is hosted in a 26 Nov 2008 4,324
114 Bongjeongam Temple in Seolaksan Mountain: Seen By … Bongjeongam Temple in Seolaksan Mountain: Seen By Foreign Visitors 15 Jul 2011 4,281
113 <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 4,277
112 [The Day We Go to Temple] 05. Tapdori or Walking A… 07 Jul 2016 4,256
111 [Review] Swampland Flowers A new edition of Swampland Flowers makes available again in English the teaching of Master Dahui, a great Chinese Chan master of the 12th century. Master Dahui (1088-1163) initiated the way the hwadu (C. huat’ou) is used today. 31 Oct 2006 4,162
110 Two Kinds of Homesickness One thousand or so years ago, a monk of the Silla dynasty named Hyecho made an amazing journey to what were then called the “Five Kingdoms of India.” Venturing west from China, Hyecho meandered on foot first through the pilgrimage sites of Buddhism and th 31 Oct 2007 4,153
109 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri A Life of Dedication Ven. Cheonjin 01 Jul 2011 4,150
108 Without Possession We accumulate things because we need them, but sometimes our things cause us great aggravation. Thus, to possess something can mean to be possessed by that thing. When the things we accumulated through need have actually bound our freedom, we can say that 05 Mar 2010 4,139
107 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Korean Sweet Pancake and Chrysanthemums Flowers 16 Sep 2011 4,119
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