Are you willing to start Buddhism today?
Zen Buddhism, like other schools of Buddhism is not a religion per se; at least not by the western sense of the word religion. It is not an ideology either. It is not even a dogma. Zen Buddhism can only be fully understood through the aspect of practice. Za-Zen is an important practice in Zen Buddhism. 'Za' means sitting in Japanese while Zen means meditation. Therefore, Zen Buddhism, or Zazen is a form of practice of meditation and intuition achieved while you are sitting down.
It is also important to note that Zen Buddhism rejects all metaphysical ideologies and theories. Its focus is primarily directed at Zazen practice.
Additionally, like other forms of Buddhism, Zen Buddhism is strongly anchored on the chief pinnacles, i.e. the four noble truths and the eight-fold path. These are the cornerstones of the practice of Buddhism anywhere in the world.
So what should you do to learn the principles of Zen Buddhism.? This is, perhaps a question that lingers in your mind now. Well, let's look at what you need to do as a Beginner in Zen practice.
This book covers:
- What is Buddhism?
- Who Was Buddha?
- What are the Teachings of Buddhism?
- What are the Precepts of Buddhism?
- What are the 3 Schools of Buddhism?
- What are the 3 Treasures of Buddhism?
- What are the 3 Poisons of Buddhism?
- Mindfulness and Meditation
- Karma and Reincarnation
- Solitary Practice
- Meditating if Sitting Just Isn't You
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