Foreword to The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing by Ted Biringer

D. M. Gugich’s Foreword to The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing Foreword “I have a posie of other men’s flowers and nothing but the thread that binds them is my own.” So penned Montaigne, and deeply ingrained in my psyche are words, thoughts, and images bound of the thread of implicit universal meaning. They are Read More …

The Buddha-Eye of Zen

Zen and the Buddha-Eye Once you have deeply experienced and realized the oneness of yourselves, the universe, and the many things, the Zen path calls you to the forge of the ancestors. By using your buddha-eye, that is, your observing prajna, you apply yourselves to discerning the wisdom of buddhas and Zen ancestors. That is Read More …

The Enlightened Wisdom (Bodhi Prajna) of Zen: Maha Prajna Paramita

The Enlightened Wisdom (Bodhi Prajna) of Zen: Maha Prajna Paramita A Zen Commentary on Prajna (Great Perfect Wisdom) from The Flatbed Sutra of Louie Wing by Ted Biringer Part 1   The next day Jordan, high priest of the School of the Tortoise, asked the Second Ancestor to give another address. Specifically, he wanted to learn Read More …