Japanese painting of Linji Yixuan (Jap. Rinzai Gigen). School: Ch'an: Personal; Born: unknown China: Died: 866 CE: Senior posting; Title: Ch'an Master
Linji Yixuan ( Lin-chi I-hsuan, d. 866) was one of the most prominent Chan (Zen) Buddhist teachers of Tang Dynasty China and founder of the Linji (Linchi ...
Línjì Yìxuán (臨済義玄; Wade-Giles: Lin-chi I-hsüan; Japanese: Rinzai Gigen; died 866) was the founder of the Linji school of Chan Buddhism during Tang ...
Línjì Yìxuán. Pronounce: Lin Chi. Línjì Yìxuán (simplified Chinese: 临济义玄; traditional Chinese: 臨濟義玄; Wade–Giles: Lin-chi I-hsüan, ...
If you love the sacred, and despise the ordinary, you are still bobbing in the sea of delusion. (Linji Yixuan, died 866CE)
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Primary Source Document with Questions (DBQs) SEEING INTO ONE’S OWN NATURE By Linji Yixuan Introduction Linji Yixuan (d. 867) was a Chan (Zen) Buddhist monk of ...
Linji may refer to: Linji Yixuan (died 866), Chinese Zen Buddhist monk; Linji school, sect of Chinese Zen
Línjì Yìxuán (simplified Chinese: 临济义玄; traditional Chinese: 臨濟義玄; Wade–Giles: Lin-chi I-hsüan, Japanese: Rinzai Gigen) was the founder of the ...
4 quotes from Línjì Yìxuán: 'The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on earth.', 'If You Meet The Buddha On The Road, Kill Him', and 'If you ...