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Introduction to Buddhism
Śākyamuni Buddha
The Four Noble Truths
The Noble Eight Fold Path
Iconography—Archetypes for our great aspiration
Buddhas & Bodhisattvas
Sakyamuni (Sogamoni–bul, in Korean)
Variocana Buddha (Pirojana–bul, in Korean)
Amitabha Buddha (Amita–bul in Korean)
Bhaisagya Buddha (Yaksayorae–bul, in Korean)
Maitreya Buddha (Miruk–bul, in Korean)
Avalokitesvara (Kwanseum Bosal, in Korean)
Ksitigarbha (Jijang Bosal, in Korean)
Guardian Painting (Shinjung Taengwa, in Korean)
The Mountain God (Sanshin, in Korean)
The Recluse (Toksong–in, in Korean)
The Big Dipper (Chilsong, in Korean)
Lineage—From India to America
The Migration of Buddhism
Great Vows—establishing our direction
Four Great Vows
Ten Great Vows
Sangha Guidelines
On Keeping the Bodhi Mind
On Mindfulness
On Conduct
On Speech
On Eating
On Formal Practice
On the Dharma Talk
General Information
Precepts–Lay Students
Five Precepts—Lay Practitioner (Haengja)
Ten Precepts—Dharma Practitioner (Pŏphaengja)
Dharma Practitioner Qualifications
Lay Ordination–Beforethought Order
Sixteen Precepts—Dharma Teacher (Pŏphaech’o)
Forty–Eight Precepts—Bodhisattva Priest (Bŏsalhaech’o)
Bowing—tipping the scales of our karma
Bowing Practice
Chanting—connecting our hearts to wider compassion
Chanting Practice
Mantra Practice
Meditation—creating deep Samadhi and focus
Sitting Practice
Body Practice
Gungfu Practice
Fifteen Minute Zen Practice
Four Great Vows (thirty seconds):
Bowing Practice (one minute):
Chanting (five minutes):
Guided Meditation Practice
An Explanation of Guided Meditation
How to do Guided Meditation
First Stage
Second Stage
Third Stage
Fourth Stage
Fifth Stage
Sixth Stage
Guided Meditation Script
First Stage: (breathing exercise)
Second Stage: (relaxation)
Third Stage: (concentration on parts of the body)
Fourth Stage: (countdown for deep Guided meditation)
Sixth Stage: Awakening from Guided meditation
Nirvana, the waterfall, by Shunryu Suzuki Rōshi
Interviews and Talks—opening our innate wisdom
Kong´an Interviews
Entering the Ancestral Chán Gate
First-time Meeting
Dharma Interviews
Dharma Talks
Dharma Speech
Kong´an Practice
Practice Forms—navigating the rituals of Zen
The dharma room
Morning Practice
Regular Evening Practice
Long Evening Practice
Retreats—deepening practice and discipline
Yongmaeng Jŏngjin
One Day Retreats
Work practice
Kido Chanting Retreats
Special Practice
Solo Retreats
Formal Meals
Administrative Organization
Zen Center Officials
Training Agreement
Appendix 五: Suggested Reading List
Introductory Study
Advanced Study
Contemporary Book on Buddhism
Women’s Buddhist Study
Zen Poetry
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