FIRST PAGE
Dogen's Shobogenzo. Comments
 
 2 › 2 › 14 SET SECTION SITE QUERIES SEARCH THE SITE PREVIOUS NEXT

THIS COLLECTION The Japanese Zen teacher Dogen (1200-53) introduced Zen to Japan in the form of the Soto school. This form of Buddhism teaches "zazen only". Dogen's chief work is the Shobogenzo, or "Treasury of the True Dharma Eye" in 95 chapters. Here are extracts from and comments on the work, along with other points that could serve "anyone". - TK

  1. BENDOWA. A Talk about Pursuing the Truth
  2. MAKA-HANNYA-HARAMITSU. Maha-prajna-paramita
  3. GENJO-KOAN. The Realized Universe
  4. IKKA-NO-MYOJU. One Bright Pearl
  5. JU-UNDO-SHIKI. Rules for the Hall of Heavy Cloud
  6. SOKU-SHIN-ZE-BUTSU. Mind Here and Now Is Buddha
  7. SENJO. Washing
  8. RAIHAI-TOKUZUI. Prostrating to Attainment of the Marrow
  9. KEISEI-SANSHIKI. The Voices of the River-Valley and the Form of the Mountains
  10. SHOAKU-MAKUSA. Not Doing Wrongs
  11. UJI. Existence-Time
    KITTEN
  12. KESA-KUDOKU. The Merit of the Kasaya
  13. DEN-E. The Transmission of the Robe
  14. SANSUIGYO. The Sutra of Mountains and Water
  15. BUSSO. The Buddhist Patriarchs
  16. SHISHO. The Certificate of Succession
  17. HOKKE-TEN-HOKKE. The Flower of Dharma Turns the Flower of Dharma
  18. SHIN-FUKATOKU. Mind Cannot Be Grasped. A.
  19. SHIN-FUKATOKU. Mind Cannot Be Grasped. B.
  20. KOKYO. The Eternal Mirror
  21. KANKIN. Reading Sutras
  22. BUSSHO. The Buddha-nature
  1. KUGE. Space Flowers
DOGEN'S SHOBOGENZO RELATED COLLECTION  

TO TOP of Dogen's Shobogenzo-related collection. SET ARCHIVE SECTION NEXT


   USER'S GUIDE to abbreviations, the site's bibliography, letter codes, dictionaries, site design and navigation, tips for searching the site and page referrals. [LINK]
   © 1999–2011, Tormod Kinnes, MPhil [E-MAIL]  —  Disclaimer: LINK]