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Transmission of the Flame By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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The Official Five Mountain Zen Order Transmission of the Flame is designed for Authorized Teachers who are keeping track of their personal training.
Householder Record By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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The Official Five Mountain Zen Order Householder Passport is designed for Lay Practitioners who are keeping track of their personal training.
FMZO Monastic Passport By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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The Official Five Mountain Zen Order Monastic Passport is designed for Ordained Clerics who are keeping track of their personal training.
Clear Instruction for the Five Mountains - Volume Two – Chàn Liturgy By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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Buddhist liturgy is a formalized service of veneration and worship performed within a Buddhist Sangha community in nearly every traditional denomination and sect in the Buddhist world. It is often... More > done once or more times a day and can vary amongst the Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana sects. The liturgy mainly consists of chanting or reciting a sutra or passages from sutras, a mantra, and many gathas. Depending on what practice the practitioner wishes to undertake, it can be done at a temple or at home. The liturgy is almost always performed in front of an object or objects of veneration and accompanied by offerings of light, incense, water, and food.< Less
Clear Instruction for the Five Mountains Volume One – Vinaya By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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The Vinaya (Pali and Sanskrit, literally meaning "leading out", "education", "discipline") is the regulatory framework for the sangha or monastic community of Buddhism... More > based on the canonical texts called the Vinaya Pitaka. The teachings of the Gautama Buddha can be divided into two broad categories: Dharma "doctrine" and Vinaya "discipline". At the heart of the Vinaya is a set of rules known as Patimokkha in Pāli and Prātimokṣa in Sanskrit. The Vinaya was orally passed down from the Buddha to his disciples. Eventually, numerous different Vinayas arose in Buddhism, based upon geographical or cultural differences and the different schools of Buddhism that developed. Three of these are still in use: Theravadin (Theravada), Mulasarvastivadin (the schools of Tibetan Buddhism) and Dharmaguptakin (East Asian Buddhism). The Vinayas are the same in substance and have only minor differences.< Less
The Bodhidharma Lectures By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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Bodhidharma’s teachings carried on through five Ancestors of Chán Buddhism before it took on a more Chinese philosophy after Huìnéng (638 to 713 ACE) became the 6th... More > Ancestor. This happened when Huìnéng, who was from present day Guǎngdōng Province, shaved his head and then started teaching his version of Chán Buddhism. The place where he did this was in the compound of the Nanhua Si, behind the main temple, and now there is a stupa erected at this spot. The Chief Priest of the Nanhua Si says that the shaved hair of Huìnéng is buried under the stupa.< Less
Peering Through the Clouds By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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Written by Wonji Dharma. Peering Through the Clouds – glimpses of the present, between the shadows of discursive thought; the prose and poetry of Wonji Dharma. In this second book of poetry... More > Wonji Dharma explores the deeper side of spirituality. He explores Zen practice in an effort to transcend the boundaries of his own opinions, condition and situation. The reader also may note a transition from the visceral perception of the world, which was the primary mode in the first book, to a more experiential perception in seeing and feeling this world. It is in this transition between the common world and the world of grace that I have found there are infinite ways to approach it. The method really depends upon which one you might like or more importantly which practice you can adopt into your everyday life. Only you the reader can decide their own direction, however, for me I prefer to live in all the infinite realms of all possible worlds.< Less
Cold Heart Thawing The Zen Poetry of Wonji Dharma By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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A collection of Zen Poetry from the Abbot of Ocean Eyes Zen Center in Long Beach, California. This first collection of poetry was written between 1995 and 1997, and follows the spiritual path of a... More > Buddhist Layperson searching for a balance between the life of dedicated Zen practice and the life of layperson living in the world. The introduction contains an interview with Wonji's first teacher Zen Master Seung Sahn, the 78th Ancestor of Korean Chogye Buddhism, in which the two discuss poetry and Zen Practice. Some exiting insights are shared with the reader about Zen Poetry and living in this modern world.< Less
Clear Instruction for the Five Mountains Volume Three – Chàn Forms By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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We practice one style of Buddhism. However, there are different types of Buddhism out there, and it may be useful to investigate for ourselves which tradition and practices work for us in our lives.... More > These different schools of Buddhism have many things in common and generally follow the basic teachings. However, the spread of Buddhism to new cultures and lands created traditions that vary greatly in practice.< Less
Clear Instruction for the Five Mountains Volume Four – Chàn Ceremonies By Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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Buddhist Ceremonies are special occasions that bring the sangha as well as the public together to celebrate significant events or holidays. When either a visitor or a sangha member attends a... More > ceremony, there is a sharing of focus which allows the minds of the attendees to become united in a common direction. Ceremonies sometimes include a Dharma Speech where a teacher will discuss the basic tenants of Zen Buddhism; consequently, there is a strong cognitive aspect to these events. Ceremonies help bring people together to practice strong cognition and strong meditation. These public gatherings also result in a strong bond and a sharing of joyous energy.< Less

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