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Meditations of a Zen Master: English-Korean Parallel Text Edition By D Bannon & Venerable Beopjeong
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Zen Master Beopjeong spent over thirty years on South Korea's bestseller lists. Praised as "one of the great spiritual leaders of our time" (Korea Herald) and "one of the most popular... More > and influential religious leaders in Korea" (Korea Times) who "left immeasurable teachings to all of us" (President of South Korea Lee Myung-bak), Beopjeong wrote on the foibles of modern life and the joys of nature and simplicity. His direct uncomplicated prose continues to appeal to new generations of readers. Beopjeong's musings and insights are presented in English-Korean parallel text. Illustrated with Korean art throughout, each page in translation is mirrored by its original Korean hangul script on the facing page. The translator, D. Bannon, is a member of the American Translators Association (ATA). "A true work of art." --Tom Larsen, YA Entertainment. "An incredible translation." --SeungHan Chung, MBC America. "A a worthy consideration for Buddhist and Spirituality collections. Recommended." --Midwest Book Review< Less
The Ocean of Zen By Paul Lynch, JDPSN & Ven. Dr. Wonji Dharma
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An exploration of Korean Buddhism as practiced in the 21st Century America. Practicing at a Zen center, we begin to realize how our opinions create our problems, by coming between us and the... More > situations we find manifest in our lives. When we have to courage to let go of these opinions, it is possible to live our everyday lives with clarity and harmony. Over time we learn to cooperate, to see clearly, and to accept people and situations as they are, with this our minds become strong and wide. Then it becomes possible to act, in the manner of a Bodhisattva for others with no trace of ourselves. The forms practiced in Zen are designed to help us see our opinions, and our minds that don't pay attention, in each situation that we find ourselves. If we keep a mind that wishes to leave no trace of our passage, these forms fall easily into place. We hope that your training here will help your spiritual growth, and through that help bring about a peaceful world.< Less
Compass of Zen Teaching By Zen Master Seung Sahn
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The Compass of Zen Teaching is the original booklet that Zen Master Seung Sahn used to teach his students. The Shambhala book with the similar title of Compass of Zen is a compilation the teaching... More > sessions which he ran. This book is in the format of original Sutras which contained only the titles of the subject matter, while the teacher would fill in the blanks for the students.< Less
Meditations of a Korean Monk - A Weekly Reader: English-Korean Parallel Text Edition By Master Beopjeong & D. Bannon
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Zen Master Beopjeong spent over thirty years on South Korea’s bestseller lists. Praised as "one of the great spiritual leaders of our time" (Korea Herald) and "one of the most... More > popular and influential religious leaders in Korea" (Korea Times) who "left immeasurable teachings to all of us" (President of South Korea Lee Myung-bak), Beopjeong wrote on the foibles of modern life and the joys of nature and simplicity. His direct, uncomplicated prose continues to appeal to new generations of readers. Meditations of a Korean Monk presents Beopjeong’s musings and insights in English-Korean parallel text. Divided into fifty two weeks, each section offers two meditations and an illustration from Korean art. Each page in translation is mirrored by its original Korean hangul script on the facing page. Beopjeong’s name is also commonly Romanized as Beop Jeong, Bubjeong, Bopjong or Pup Jeong. The translator, D. Bannon, is a member of the American Translators Association (ATA).< 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
Great Master Wonhyo By Byeong-Jo Jeong
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Wonhyo (617–686 CE) was one of the leading thinkers, writers and commentators of the Korean Buddhist tradition. Essence-Function (Chinese: 體用), a key concept in East Asian... More > Buddhism and particularly Korean Buddhism, was refined in the syncretic philosophy and world view of Wonhyo.< Less
The Unborn and Emancipation From the Born By Ron Henshall
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From the early teachings of the Buddha to the present day there has existed a direct method of Buddhist practice which, as well as providing the path to the emancipation from suffering, is at one and... More > the same time the goal of that path. This path/method (magga) and goal/result (phala) is the ‘unborn’ which is Nibbāna. This path of the ‘unborn’ has surfaced in the teachings that the Buddha gave to Bāhiya (Ud 1.10), in the Tathāgata-garbha literature, in Chinese Chan, Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Dzogchen and at least one 21st century Theravādin Organisation. That the ‘unborn’ is ‘selfless’ leaves no gap for the criticism that some form of ātman is being imported into Buddhism.< Less
The Unborn and Emancipation From the Born By Ron Henshall
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From the early teachings of the Buddha to the present day there has existed a direct method of Buddhist practice which, as well as providing the path to the emancipation from suffering, is at one and... More > the same time the goal of that path. This path/method (magga) and goal/result (phala) is the ‘unborn’ which is Nibbāna. This path of the ‘unborn’ has surfaced in the teachings that the Buddha gave to Bāhiya (Ud 1.10), in the Tathāgata-garbha literature, in Chinese Chan, Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Dzogchen and at least one 21st century Theravādin Organisation. That the ‘unborn’ is ‘selfless’ leaves no gap for the criticism that some form of ātman is being imported into Buddhism.< Less

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