The Dōgen Zenji´s 'Gakudō Yōjin-shū' from a Theravada Perspective

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Zen principles and concepts are often taken as mystical statements or poetical observations left for its adepts to use his/her “intuitions” and experience in order to understand them. Zen itself is presented as a teaching beyond scriptures, mysterious, transmitted from heart to heart, and impermeable to logic and reason
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