Jinje

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Seon[1] Master Jinje (1934~) is a teacher of Seon Buddhism in Korea.[2] He was born in 1934 in Korea, and became a monk when he was 19 years old. He is a teacher of meditation in the ancient practices of the Seon lineage that was transmitted from India to China and then to Korea.

Books[edit]

  • A Stone Man Fetches Water, A Wooden Maiden Picks Flowers
  • Moon pulled out from an Old Pond (古潭?月)
  • Seon, One Hundred Questions and Answers (禪百問百答)
  • The Stone man laughs (石人大笑)

References[edit]

  1. ^ The word Seon is from the Korean pronunciation of the Chinese word Chan(禪) and the Japanese word Zen.
  2. ^ 진제선사. (2010). 석인은 물을 긷고 목녀는 꽃을 따네. Seoul: 매일경제신문사. (Jinje. (2010). Seokineun Muleul Gidkko Moknyeoneun Kkocheol Dda ne. Seoul: M-print.) ISBN 978-89-7442-628-6