June 23, 2017
by Janice Walter
According to Professor Stevens, in order to avoid the constraints of temple life, the original Zen masters of China lived mostly outdoors. As well, in several of his translated works including Dewdrops on a Lotus Leaf: Zen Poems of Ryokan and Mountain Tasting: Zen Haiku by Santoka Taneda, Professor Stevens provides examples of Zen Masters such as Ryokan and Santoka walking and walking outdoors as part of their regular practice. In short, for modern times, being, skiing, skating, learning, walking.... Click here for more...
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