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We have a Zen term glossary, comics and short zen stories, sermons from reverands from around the world from you to read and enjoy.
This is a collection of fun and educating short Zen stories, that have been passed on from generation to generation.
Comics for the young and old of the lives of "Dogen Zenji", "Shakyamuni Buddha", "Keizan Zenji", "Bodhidharma".
A collection of sermons from previous years have been put in this section. Please feel free to browse though.
Here we will be offering Basic Key Terms of Soto Zen Teaching as a help for those who want to obtain this kind of background knowledge and ideas. We have selected twenty-four of the most basic key terms which we hope will show us unique aspects of the Soto Zen teaching
Shobogenzo Zuimonki consists of the dharma talks of Eihei Dogen Zenji (1200 - 1253) who transmitted Soto Zen from China to Japan. These talks were originally recorded by Koun Ejo Zenji, Dogen's dharma successor, and probably edited by his disciples after Ejo's death.
This is the glossary appended to the "Standard Observances of the Soto Zen School", it contains many translations, and meanings of words commonly use in daily practice.
Soto Zen Buddhism International Center publishs semi-annually newsletter "Dharma Eye." It is available in PDF format.