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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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   Master Hakuin's Letter in 1747 to a Hokke Nun Preview Go
The Zen Master Hakuin's 'Letter in Answer to an Old Nun of the Hokke [Nichiren] Sect' on the Lotus Sutra, the Odaimoku and the True Face of the Lotus using many parables and ends with a koan on the death of Nan-ch'uan.
   Dr. Alesha Sivartha's The Book of Life Preview Go
The mind boggling artwork and life philosophy of my Gr-Gr-Grandfather, a Grandfather of the 19th century Theosophical and New Age Movements, in this rare book reprint on the oneness of Body and Mind, the oneness of our Spiritual and Physical Constitutions. It is Biblical Humanism with a Judaic twist, and much much more.
   Miraculous Tales from Japanese Buddhism Preview Go
Tales on the karmic retribution of good and evil from the oldest collection of Buddhist legends in Japan, 'The Nihonkoku Genpo Zen'aku Ryoiki' by the Monk Kyokai of Yakushi-ji, written down about 1200 years ago.


   Koan-s of Zen Preview Go
The 300 koan-s of Dogen, compared sequentially with another sequential system of some 300
   A Fallen Star Preview Go
First you will see is the words of wisdom popup box, then beyond this is the home page. My site features Art, Poetry, and as well my own Philosophical articles. I made all the art, and all the poetry - I make regular updates. Java is required to view.






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