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46 A Solution A Solution by Essayist Yi, Young-il 08 Oct 2015 4,183
45 Contemplation of Sutra in the Seon School During Ven. Jiyul’s hunger strike, for the first time in years I had the chance to recite the Diamond Sutra communally. On the second floor of the Hall of Paradise at Jogyesa, the Union of Religious Leaders held a separate one-week hunger strike, while su 10 Aug 2006 4,181
44 A farewell is a beautiful teaching Rain is falling, and with it autumn leaves, indicating that winter is soon at hand. The rain falls at Sudeoksa Temple, deep in the mountains, on the funeral of an old Seon Master. One after another, the rains fall in sheets, like a summer monsoon, and eve 17 Aug 2006 4,177
43 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Offering Fingernails to Ants By Ven. Cheonjin 16 Jun 2011 4,165
42 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 4,145
41 Duo! The cowherd complained of too much work. Then please, take a cup of tea. Duo! 14 Nov 2006 4,129
40 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 4,123
39 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 4,119
38 Silent Promises     In a secular world that is becoming increasingly complex and heartless, we are becoming bound by such a sea of laws that we can hardly keep track of them. It’s difficult to understand why we need so many laws and regulations just to get on 02 Mar 2011 4,115
37 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 4,091
36 The True Meaning of a ’Person of Wealth’ Commemorative Dharma Service for the 8th Anniversary of the Founding of Kilsang-sa 17 Jan 2006 4,086
35 The Art of Meditation Meditation can be practised in two main ways: either by stopping and cultivating concentration and enquiry in a systematic way using the tools of awareness: breath, sensations, sounds, thoughts and meditative questioning; or by paying attention to life mo 14 Jun 2006 4,086
34 A Strong Tradition Adapting to Change: The Nuns in… As a Western Buddhist nun, I feel very fortunate to have lived in Korea and trained in this tradition for many years. Having hundreds of years experience, the Korean bhikshunis have established a systematic, effective way of training new nuns. They begin 13 Dec 2006 4,084
33 [The Day We Go to Temple] 03. Korean Traditional B… 07 Jul 2016 4,065
32 The answers hidden by time Throughout our lives, we often reflect on scenes of times past. Every time the waves of some vaguely happy or sad memories brush up against our mind, we either try to burst out in laughter or become immersed in questioning why. What we don’t know at such 04 Dec 2006 4,064
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