What is the Meaning of Zen?

 

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Q. Lewis,  what are some basic ideas concerning Zen?

A. Zen is a simple yet profound philosophy of life. It is a way to be spiritual without necessarily being involved with formal religion. Zen is a perspective on life, that originated in Chinese Buddhism. This philosophy later developed into various schools, one, the Chan School was strongly influenced by Taoism.

 

Zen emphasizes rigorous self-restraint, meditation, and insight into the nature of the mind, and through these practices being able to “perceive the true nature of things”.

 

 

 

As such, it de-emphasizes knowledge alone of rites, rituals, ceremonies, doctrines, and the like.

Zen favors direct understanding through spiritual practice and interaction with an accomplished teacher or guide.

Many people only know of Zen because it is the name of their local nail salon, bubble tea café, or their favorite dance club. For others, Zen is the doorway to a truly spiritual life.

 

No matter how intuitive you may be, how deep your understanding of spirituality, or how advanced your mental clarity, the fact remains that in your spiritual practice you will need to explore how the appropriate application of your individual talents, and resources, can help you create a life of joy, contentment, happiness, and wisdom.

 

Many of the basic ideas of Zen present us with a true “Wisdom Path.” They each approach spirituality through metaphor and poetic thought while guiding one to surrender rigid ideas of what “Is.”  Zen practice gives us the means to live life fully, with little or no unnecessary struggle.  Doing this doesn’t require a label.

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Author: Lewis Harrison is an author, speaker, seminar leader, and Results-Oriented Life Coach. He has a passion for helping people solve problems, personal growth, self-improvement, and Transmodern Zen.

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