Zen Buddhist

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Noun1.Zen Buddhist - an adherent of the doctrines of Zen Buddhism
Zen, Zen Buddhism - school of Mahayana Buddhism asserting that enlightenment can come through meditation and intuition rather than faith; China and Japan
adherent, disciple - someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
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Awe-inspiring was the sight of three religious sites: Todai-iji, a Buddhist temple complex in the city of Nara; Kinkaku-ji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto; and Kiyomizu-dera, an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto.
A documentary on Zen Buddhist monks and nuns, led by 91-yearold Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who have mastered the art of mindfulness in a monastery in rural France.
The Zen Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh coined this term to describe the state of mutual dependence we all live in.
In "The Art of Caring" (page 64), Zen Buddhist teacher Frank Ostaseski shares the wisdom of his "Five Invitations" gleaned from a lifetime of work with the dying.
For part of the 1990s Cohen lived as a disciple of Zen Buddhist monk Joshu Sasaki Roshi at the Mount Baldy Zen Centre in Los Angeles.
Glasgow Sheriff Court was told Lochrie, who admitted reckless conduct at an earlier hearing, was a Zen Buddhist teacher - a sensei - and used the laser when he gave lectures.
Unlike her sisters, who headed long-established convents in Kyoto, Bunchi founded her own institution, Enshoji, kept her distance from the court, and--by participating in a male-centered reform movement--created a Zen Buddhist practice for women that continues to this day.
Zen Buddhist Kevin discovered the Djedi of ancient Egypt, which inspired the Jedi in Star Wars, when he researched other religions online.
The video documents a conversation between Zen Buddhist teacher and author Joan Halifax and African shaman and diviner Patrice Malidoma; a group discussion will follow.
Instead, the film commodifies and fetishizes the anti-war movement (among other things) by overtly portraying the Dude as an architect of The Port Huron Statement, not as a Zen Buddhist.
When author Marie Mutsuki Mockett traveled to Japan in search of healing from the grief of losing both her Japanese grandparents and her American father, she journeyed to her family's Zen Buddhist temple to bury her grandfather's ashes--but the radiation released after Fukushima made it impossible.
This Zen Buddhist temple in northwest Kyoto is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a National Special Historic Site, and a National Special Landscape.