Translation of Zen in Spanish:

Zen

zen, n.

Pronunciation /zɛn//zɛn/

noun

Religion

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    zen masculine
    (Buddhism/philosophy/monk) (before noun) (invariable adjective) zen
    • The most radical form of Buddhism, Zen, has been described as a path of crooked wisdom.
    • Some sects of Zen Buddhism consider him their founder.
    • Note that Zen meditation and Zen philosophy are two different things.
    • She studied Zen Buddhism under the guidance of the late Master Kusan at Songgwang Sa monastery until 1985.
    • His views based on meditation came to be known as Zen Buddhism and became popular in China and Japan.
    • They dedicate their lives to spiritual enlightenment through the practice of Zen Buddhism and the disciplined exercises of kung fu.
    • It must be investigated honestly if Zen is to remain a meaningful and real tradition.
    • The early development of Japanese art was influenced by Zen Buddhism and the sophisticated Chinese culture.
    • Could you clarify for me what the differences in technique are between Buddhist meditation as practiced in Tibet versus, say, Zen Buddhism that we've heard about from Japan?
    • Among practitioners of Zen Buddhism and vipassana meditation, women were authorized to teach relatively soon after men.
    • I read this story a long time ago when I was discovering the wisdom of Zen, Taoism and Buddhism.
    • Stephen Batchelor is a former Buddhist monk who has studied under both Zen and Tibetan masters.
    • I've studied Zen Buddhism a great deal, I know very little of it, but I've studied it for 30 years or so, and I have long conversations with friends from India about religious practice there.
    • Japanese schools other than Zen are also well represented in the West.
    • When I found the Japanese Zen meditation, it was very natural for me.
    • If you sit in zazen, divorced from the rest of Buddhist practice, I'm afraid it's not Zen Buddhism.
    • Most of us associate Zen with black robes and rock gardens, but do we really know what it is?
    • Much of Kendo's philosophy is drawn from Zen and from Buddhism and from Shintoism.
    • One of the ways to control physiological reactions to psychological events is meditation, Yoga, Zen Buddhism etc.
    • Koans are profound riddles, used as a form of meditation by some schools of Zen.