A wonderful version of Dogen s Bendowa

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  • Taigu
    Blue Mountain White Clouds Hermitage Priest
    • Aug 2008
    • 2710

    A wonderful version of Dogen s Bendowa

    A beautiful and very well written translation of the Bendowa by Anzan Roshi. As I am about to start to work on this in private dokusan with all my students and also some of the priests in training, I thought you might enjoy it.






    Gassho


    Taigu
  • Myoku
    Member
    • Jul 2010
    • 1487

    #2
    Thank you Taigu,
    will look into it soon. Looking forward to dokusan too,
    Gassho
    Myoku

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    • Kyonin
      Treeleaf Priest / Engineer
      • Oct 2010
      • 6742

      #3
      Thank you Taigu! I'll start reading it tonight
      Hondō Kyōnin
      奔道 協忍

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      • Dokan
        Friend of Treeleaf
        • Dec 2010
        • 1222

        #4
        Originally posted by Myoku
        Thank you Taigu,
        will look into it soon. Looking forward to dokusan too,
        Hear hear!

        Gassho,

        Dokan
        We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.
        ~Anaïs Nin

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        • Taigu
          Blue Mountain White Clouds Hermitage Priest
          • Aug 2008
          • 2710

          #5
          Kyonin,Dokan, Myoku...You are in!

          gassho

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          • Mp

            #6
            Thank you Taigu for the share ... I too will have a look at it.

            Gassho,
            Michael

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            • Rimon
              Member
              • May 2010
              • 309

              #7
              Just downloaded it. I'll save tomorrow early morning to start reading it with care. Looking forward for that dokusan too.

              Gassho
              Rimon Barcelona, Spain
              "Practice and the goal of practice are identical." [i:auj57aui]John Daido Loori[/i:auj57aui]

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              • Heisoku
                Member
                • Jun 2010
                • 1338

                #8
                I have downloaded this and look forward to reading it. Thanks Taigu...look forward to dokusan.
                Heisoku 平 息
                Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home. (Basho)

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                • gilles
                  Member
                  • Jan 2012
                  • 109

                  #9
                  thX taigu

                  gassho
                  gilles

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                  • Jiken
                    Member
                    • Jan 2011
                    • 753

                    #10
                    Gassho Taigu

                    Daido

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                    • Myozan Kodo
                      Friend of Treeleaf
                      • May 2010
                      • 1901

                      #11
                      Taigu,
                      How fresh the expression. Read this this morning. New words make reality new again. Look forward to the exploration.
                      Gassho
                      Myozan

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                      • Kaishin
                        Member
                        • Dec 2010
                        • 2322

                        #12
                        Thank you
                        Sent from my SGH-i917 using Board Express
                        Thanks,
                        Kaishin (開心, Open Heart)
                        Please take this layman's words with a grain of salt.

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                        • Rich
                          Member
                          • Apr 2009
                          • 2602

                          #13
                          Thanks Taigu. I really like this translation.

                          "In the Buddha Dharma practice and realization are one and the
                          same."
                          _/_
                          Rich
                          MUHYO
                          無 (MU, Emptiness) and 氷 (HYO, Ice) ... Emptiness Ice ...

                          https://instagram.com/notmovingmind

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                          • Thane
                            Member
                            • May 2012
                            • 37

                            #14
                            Hi Taigu

                            Thanks for posting this. I have downloaded this and look forward to reading it.

                            Gassho

                            Thane

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