Fondateur de l’une des grandes sectes qui vont se développer alors dans l’archipel, Dôgen (1200-1253) est l’auteur d’une œuvre importante, le Shôbôgenzô, dont le présent ouvrage propose la traduction du vingt-neuvième fascicule In-mo. Le nom même de l’œuvre de Dôgen…
Dōgen returned to Japan in 1227 or 1228, going back to stay at Kennin-ji, where he had trained previously. Among his first actions upon returning was to write down the Fukan Zazengi (普観坐禅儀; "Universally Recommended Instructions for …
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Dôgen's central theme in Uji Being-Time, and an underlying theme in other fascicles such as Busshō (佛性, Buddha Nature), is the inseparability of time and existence in the everchanging present. The present Shōbōgenzō fascicle (number 20 in the 75 fascicle version) commences with a poem (four two-line stanzas) in which every line begins with uji (有時).
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This translation, supported by the Japan Foundation, makes a strong claim to be the definitive translation of the 95 chapter edition of Shobogenzo, the essential Japanese Buddhist text, written in the 13th century by Zen Master Dogen.
Dôgen reiterates his warning against closing the eyes in his discussion of night zazen in the Bendô hô ( DZZ. 2:314). 4. This passage is taken from the kôan known as "Yueshan's not thinking", which appears several times in Dôgen's writings. Here is the version of the story on which he comments at the opening of his Shôbôgenzô zazen shin ...
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