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Transcript
A) An Indian
Buddhist who took the
Zen method to Chan.
Founder and first
patriarch
B) Established a sect based
on the Tendai school of
Mahayana. Selected last
fourteen chapters of the
Lotus Sutra as the essential
doctrine of the original
Buddha
C) held that all that is needed
is faith in Amida; he rejected
all the older ascetic practices
and accepted a married
priesthood in Buddhism
D) Tibetan Buddhist whose
famous six precepts about the
right state of mind are
reminiscent of Zen principles
E) Also known as Lin –
Chi: noted for his violent
howling, shouting and beating
methods.
F) A Japanese monk who
introduced the original Lin Chi school of Zen into
Japan in 1191. He also
brought the Tea Ceremony to
Japan
G) Born in Japan in 1200
C.E. Lived for fifty – three
years. First studied Zen
under Eisai in Japan; went to
China and perfected zazen
methods, eventually returning
and founding Soto school
there.
H) An instructor of
monks at a monastery in
Japan. Regarded by many
as the sixth patriarch after
Hung - Jen
I) Zen master who
founded what is called the
modern Rinzai school of
Zen. Played an important
part in reviving the teaching
of koans
J)
An Indian Buddhist
of around 100 C.E.
thought by some to be the
forerunner of Zen.
Yogacara philosophy.
K) According to legend a
Bhikkhu who, handing the
Buddha a flower, asked the
enlightened one to preach the
Dharma. Whereupon the
Buddha gazed upon a flower
in silence. Silent
communication may be the
original Zen transmission
L) Sixth and last
patriarch of Zen/Ch’an.
Founded the Southern
School of sudden
enlightenment.