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Monte Fuji, Kodo Sawaki

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Zen Meister Kodo Sawaki Geboren: 16. Juni 1880, Tsu, Präfektur Mie, Japan Gestorben: 21. Dezember 1965, Antai-ji, Shin'onsen, Hyōgo, Präfektur

Zen Meister Kodo Sawaki Geboren: 16. Juni 1880, Tsu, Präfektur Mie, Japan Gestorben: 21. Dezember 1965, Antai-ji, Shin'onsen, Hyōgo, Präfektur

Zdjęcie medytującego Roshiego

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Heaven and Earth give themselves. Air, water, plants, animals, and humans give themselves to each other. It is in this giving-themselves-to-each-other that we actually live. Whether you appreciate it or not, it is true. –Kodo Sawaki Yes! Follow parabola-magazine.

Heaven and Earth give themselves. Air, water, plants, animals, and humans give themselves to each other. It is in this giving-themselves-to-each-other that we actually live. Whether you appreciate it or not, it is true. –Kodo Sawaki Yes! Follow parabola-magazine.

Japanese Zen monk, Kodo SAWAKI 澤木興道老師 (1880-1965) - He is known for his rigorous emphasis on zazen, in particular the practice of shikantaza, or "just sitting". He often called Zen "wonderfully useless," discouraging any gaining idea or seeking after special experiences or states of consciousness.

Japanese Zen monk, Kodo SAWAKI 澤木興道老師 (1880-1965) - He is known for his rigorous emphasis on zazen, in particular the practice of shikantaza, or "just sitting". He often called Zen "wonderfully useless," discouraging any gaining idea or seeking after special experiences or states of consciousness.