Kongo Zen

25 October 2014
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Kongo Zen Shorinji Kempo – Return of Bodhidarma

25 October 2014, Comments: 1

The Ken I studied as a Buddhist discipline in China originated in India, and is known as the Arahan Chuan of Northern Shaolin Yihemen […]


25 October 2014
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Kongo Zen – The Lost Buddhism of Tenjiku

25 October 2014, Comments: 2

Buddhism was originally created in Tenjiku, and gradually spread to China.  Over the passage of time, superstition and rituals became more important than the […]


13 June 2014
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Karma of Sakyamuni Buddha

13 June 2014, Comments: 0

There is no force in the world, neither past nor present, that can force you to read another line here, if you make up […]


7 May 2014
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The Machinist – How not to be!

7 May 2014, Comments: 0

“There is no significance in Shorinji if you yourselves do not understand why you are learning it, how your current training is progressing, and […]


6 May 2014
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Zen : Tremor of the Leaves

6 May 2014, Comments: 1

 ‘Shin-Tai-Chi’ is the summation of all things and has unlimited potential.  Spirit influences the breath and causes it to flow.  The breath influences energy […]