Zen Buddhist

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Zen Buddhist an adherent of the doctrines of Zen Buddhism
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Usage

In literature:

A Zen monastery differs from those of other Buddhist sects inasmuch as it is meant only to be a dwelling place for the monks.
"The Book of Tea" by Kakuzo Okakura
The only Buddhist sect demonstrating any vigor at all was Zen.
"Zen Culture" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

" The contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh has dubbed it "interbeing," emphasizing that the Buddhist notion of "no-self...
"Zen Buddhism " also shows more than 40 hanging scrolls whose paintings and calligraphy were created by Zen Buddhist monks from 1600 to 1868.
The beliefs and practices of Zen Buddhists were the motivation for the works of art.
" The contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh has dubbed it "interbeing," emphasizing that the Buddhist notion of "no-self," s...
Jeff Bridges, a practicing Buddhist and the star of Tron, hoped that the cult classic would blend special effects with elements of Zen.
One person who was very helpful as we were creating that was Jeff Bridges' own Zen master, Bernie Glassman, who is probably the coolest Zen Buddhist alive.
James Ishmael Ford is a Buddhist teacher, author, and blogger who embraces Zen Buddhism within the structure of American religious tradition.
In baseball lore, it's known as the pitch that requires the nerves of a cat burglar and the serene patience of a Zen Buddhist.
This isn't one of those unanswerable Zen Buddhist questions.
Zen Buddhist priest to speak at church.
Zen Buddhist priest to speak at chapel.
A Zen Buddhist priest will visit Unity Chapel in Hemet on Wednesday, Sept 19, as part of the church's eight-week "Building Bridges of Understanding" series.
He engaged in Zen Buddhist training and a quest of his own to India, as he sought enlightenment .
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