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The Seat of The Perfection of Wisdom
The great seat of Prajna Paramita has three legs. “Don’t Know”, “What is this?”, and “Insight’”.
Korean temple cuisine – from the BBC
“From a mountainside in Gyeonggi-do, Buddhist nun WooKwan Sunim pioneers the Korean temple cuisine movement, which has roots in ancient history but speaks directly to modern tastes.” – BBC WORLD’S TABLE | FOOD & DRINK | SOUTH KOREA article by By Paul Stafford 17th May 2023 https://www.bbc.com/travel/article/20230516-the-1700-year-legacy-of-korean-temple-cuisine?ocid=ww.social.link.facebook
What is Original Nature
The Bear Encounter…
Realization and Zen Practice
Realization happens when we do nothing!
When is wasting time not wasting time?
The Seeds of Enlightenment
Mind-to-Mind Transmission Abbot Will Rauschenberger reads from the “Zen Teachings of Emptiness” by his Root Teacher, Zen Master Gosung Shin.
The Awakened Heart-Mind
What is required to live an ethically good life?
Not Two, Just This!
Already you see, already you hear, before you think I see, I hear.
The Hsin Hsin Ming
The Hsin Hsin Ming, the classic poem by the Third Patriarch of Zen, Seng T’san, read by Will Rauschenberger. Seng T’san was the third Chinese patriarch of Zen. The poem attributed to him, the “Hsin Hsin Ming” (lit. “Trust Mind Inscription), is one of the earliest and most influential Zen writings, blending together Buddhist and Taoist teachings. —Translated by Hae Kwang