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Truly, Sariputra, Form is Emptiness. Emptiness is not different from Form. Form is not different from Emptiness. Truly, Emptiness is Form..... A ring of sites about Zen and the Art of... as well as spiritually oriented art sites.

 

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   The Candle of the Latter Dharma Preview Go
An essay attributed to Saicho [Dengyo Daishi], founder of Japanese Tendai Buddhism, who lived from 767 to 822. A BDK translation available online and thru Amazon.com.
   Buddhism in America Preview Go
While Buddhism is a very small (only .5%) in the USA, it is divided along lines of national origin, ethnicity, education, class & sectarian affiliation... There is no one form of Buddhism in the USA, but rather a plurality of different forms of Buddhism which have only recently begun to interact, but for the most part they keep to themselves.
   An Overview of Buddhism Preview Go
Many people who want to learn about Buddhism get very confused by the terminology and different points of view presented by various schools of Buddhism. In order to clear up some of this confusion, Ryuei offers this brief overview, beginning with the Buddhist canon, which is the source for the Buddha’s actual teachings and therefore the inspiration for all of the various schools and line


   The Teaching of all Buddhas Preview Go
Recently I was asked: “What are the fundemental beliefs of Buddhism? Where would a person who is interested in learning about Buddhism start?” This is a question that has been asked for more than 2,500 years, ever since the Buddha and his disciples started wandering around India....
   Homepage for Dharmajim's Sutra Salon Preview Go
This is where Dharmajim gets to talk about his favorite subject: the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. Dharmajim’s Buddhist journey is typical for a westerner. He studied in Zen, Theravada, Dzog Chen, and Nichiren Buddhism. Dharmajim has practiced as a monastic & as a layperson. He has served as Abbot of a Temple & a Prison Chaplain. The writings here reflect the multifa






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