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Synonyms for Zen Buddhism

school of Mahayana Buddhism asserting that enlightenment can come through meditation and intuition rather than faith


a Buddhist doctrine that enlightenment can be attained through direct intuitive insight


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This paragraph puts forth on interpretation of signs (in this case gesture) as mediator a similar conceptualization as the ones presented by Charles Sanders Pence and his Harvard School of Pragmatism and Semiotics Furthermore, According lo Tao-yuan, Bodhidharma did not make a display of verbal expressions [pu-shih yu-yen], and did not establish words and letters [pu-li wen-tzu].
mutely face the wall for nine years, Bodhidharma style.
A monk asked Zhaozhou, "Why did Bodhidharma come to China?
4) Cf Dharmabodhi, or even more interestingly: Bodhidharma, the legendary patriarch of Chinese Chan.
Suddenly the travels of the Bodhidharma might make more sense.
Three of the works continue Murakami's daruma portraits from last year's show at Gagosian in New York, essentially modeled after Bodhidharma, the founder of Zen Buddhism.
He brought the lineage of Chod to Tibet, spread the Buddha's teachings in China, and the Tibetan tradition names him to be the Bodhidharma.
22) The first patriarch was Bodhidharma (470-543) who was the twenty-eighth patriarch who brought the original Indian teachings to China and thereby became the first patriarch in Chinese Chan Buddhism.
The Miao/Hmong of long ago lived along the Silk Road crossing the current provinces of Sichuan, especially Hunan where the first Buddhist Shaolin Temple was built with the arrival of Bodhidharma (14), the founder of the Chan or Zen Buddhism, in the sixth century A.
Bodhidharma, the Indian monk known as the father of martial arts, took it to China, teaching it at the Shaolin temple along with Buddhism.
Tea was transported to Japan and India by Buddhist priests and legends in both countries attribute its arrival to Bodhidharma, the devout Buddhist holy man who founded Zen Buddhism.
As Bodhidharma, the founder of Chinese Zen, said in the sixth century A.
The training focuses on the basic Shaolin kung fu styles, which according to legend were originally devised at Shaolin by the Indian monk Bodhidharma.
Although all the historical evidence suggests that blocking, kicking and punching techniques have been around for thousands of years, the birth of Kung Fu as we know it - and with it the birth of the martial arts - was around 520 AD when an Indian monk called Bodhidharma arrived at the Songshan Shaolin monastery in northern China.
Cual es el significado de la visita de Bodhidharma a China?