聖嚴慧空 Shengyan Huikong (1930-2009), aka Sheng Yen

Sheng- yen: Rinzai, Caodong, Chinese Buddhist, Dongshan, Dharma Drum Mountain

Sheng Yen (January 22, 1931 – February 3, 2009) was a Chinese Buddhist monk, a religious scholar, and one of the mainstream teachers of Chan Buddhism. He was a 57th generational dharma heir of Linji Yixuan in the Linji school (Japanese: Rinzai) and a third-generation dharma heir of Hsu Yun. Sheng Yen was the founder of the Dharma Drum Mountain, a Buddhist 

For over thirty years, Chan Master Sheng Yen (Shifu) (1930-2009) devoted ... out the traditional duties required of monks in China's Buddhist monasteries at ... We normally used a gas stove, but my master often sent me to the mountains to ... of Chan Buddhism, the Linji (Japanese Rinzai), and the Caodong (Japanese Soto). The Founder - Dharma Drum Mountain

Born near Shanghai in l931, Master Sheng-yen became a monk of Guang ... of Ch'an (Chinese Zen) Buddhism: the Lin Ji (Japanese: Rinzai) and Cao Dong ...

Taiwan, China, Malaysia, the United States and Canada, and often leads a 7-day Chan retreat at the Dharma Drum Mountain Vancouver the Buddha, to my mentor Master Sheng Yen (“Shifu”), and Or like or Master Dongshan Liangjie (807-869), The practice of Silent Illumination was started in the Caodong. (PDF) Hoof print of the OX by Chan_Master_Sheng_Yen ...

Sheng-yen - Wikipedia Sheng Yen (January 22, 1931 – February 3, 2009) was a Chinese Buddhist monk, a religious scholar, and one of the mainstream teachers of Chan Buddhism. He was a 57th generational dharma heir of Linji Yixuan in the Linji school (Japanese: Rinzai) and a third-generation dharma heir of Hsu Yun. Sheng Yen was the founder of the Dharma Drum Mountain, a Buddhist  Sheng-yen - Encyclopedia of Buddhism Sheng Yen (聖嚴; Pinyin: Shèngyán, birth name Zhang Baokang, 張保康) (January 22, 1931 – February 3, 2009) was a Chinese Buddhist monk, a religious scholar, and In the Caodong (Japanese: Sōtō) lineage, Sheng Yen was a 52nd-generation Sheng Yen was the founder of the Dharma Drum Mountain, a Buddhist  Our Founder | Dharma Drum Retreat Center For over thirty years, Chan Master Sheng Yen (Shifu) (1930-2009) devoted out the traditional duties required of monks in China's Buddhist monasteries at We normally used a gas stove, but my master often sent me to the mountains to of Chan Buddhism, the Linji (Japanese Rinzai), and the Caodong (Japanese Soto). The Founder - Dharma Drum Mountain

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