Learn the common Zen language and Zen culture
Do you know the meaning of Zen Gimmicks, One-pointedness, or Sramana? Zen terms are terminologies commonly used in Zen teachings across the lineage divisions and throughout the entire Chinese Zen history. From generation to generation, they become the common languages of Chinese Zen tradition and form the foundation of Chinese Zen culture.
When leading Zen doctrine studies at the Advanced Class series, Shifu (Master) Linda and Shifu Jeremy explain Zen terms with their profound insight in plain language. We find these teachings helpful not only for our Zen intellectual understanding but also for keeping us on the right track of Zen practice. Therefore, we make Zen Terms an online course hoping that you can benefit from the teaching and work toward uncovering your self-nature.
We provide the rough-cut video version to keep and reflect Shifu Linda and Shifu Jeremy's teaching styles and will have new releases biweekly. We are sorry that we cannot afford to add closed captions, give a fine cut, and provide the edited videos right after Shifus gave the lessons due to the lack of resources.
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