The Zen Studies Podcast

92 EpisodesProduced by Domyo Burk

Host Domyo Burk is a Soto Zen priest and teacher. She records episodes specifically for podcast listeners on traditional Zen and Buddhist teachings, practices, and history.

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89 – Buddhist Practice as a Lifelong Path of Growth and Transformation

February 15th, 2019

28:44

Traditionally, Buddhist practice has been more than something you do to make everyday life more pleasant; it’s a path of training and study aimed at …

88 – Nyoho: Making Even Our Smallest, Mundane Actions Accord with the Dharma – Part 2

February 2nd, 2019

34:14

Nyoho practice is looking for opportunities to act in accord with the Dharma in the midst of our daily lives, in very practical, physical ways. We view no act as too mundane or insignificant to perform with care, and no …

87 – Nyoho: Making Even Our Smallest, Mundane Actions Accord with the Dharma – Part 1

January 28th, 2019

22:07

We have a practice in Zen of trying to make even our smallest actions reflect the deep truths of the Dharma, including interdependence, impermanence, no-self, suchness, and Buddha-nature. I’m going to call this practice …

86 - Samvega and Pasada: Two Buddhist Emotions Indispensable for Practice

January 18th, 2019

21:25

Samvega and pasada keep our practice alive and on course. Samvega is spiritual urgency arising three things: A sense of distress and disillusionment about life as it's usually lived, a sense of our own complicity and …

85 – I Shouldn’t Feel Like This: A Practitioner’s Conundrum

January 11th, 2019

25:58

Buddhism teaches that you can change the nature of your experience by changing your own mind and behaviors - increasing the proportion of your life spent feeling calm, confident, positive,and compassionate. Sometimes, …

84 – Two Paths to Meditative Concentration: Directed Effort Versus Letting Go – Part 2

December 24th, 2018

38:11

I propose there are two paths to meditative concentration: directed effort (what the Buddha taught) and letting go (something we do in Soto Zen). One path or the other may work better for some people. In this episode I …

83 – Two Paths to Meditative Concentration: Directed Effort Versus Letting Go – Part 1

December 14th, 2018

36:42

I believe some of our struggles in meditation could be eased if we recognized there are two paths to meditative concentration, or samadhi – directed …

82 - Buddhist History 10: Early Indian Buddhism - Stupas and Devotional Practice - Part 1

December 1st, 2018

26:30

It’s pretty typical to hear only one side of Buddhist history – that is, the side that focuses on what the Buddha taught, or the Dharma, and on the …

81 – Five Steps for Positive Change without Waging War on the Self

November 24th, 2018

24:52

It’s natural and healthy to aspire to things like having more equanimity, being more generous, and overcoming negative habits – and, in fact, such aspiration is part of the Buddhist path. However, when we encounter …

80 - Four Foundations of Mindfulness Practice and Similarities in Zen

November 17th, 2018

27:15

In the last episode, I introduced the Four Foundations of Mindfulness as the Buddha taught them. Mindfulness means to remember something, or keep …

79 - Buddha's Teachings 10: The Four Foundations of Mindfulness

November 13th, 2018

28:09

One of Buddha's central teachings was the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, about how you walk the Eightfold Path to liberation. Mindfulness, or sati, …

78 – The Ten Oxherding Pictures: Stages of Practice When You’re Going Nowhere

November 1st, 2018

18:28

The Ten Oxherding pictures are a Zen teaching, but many Buddhist practitioners are familiar with the experience of trying to motivate yourself to practice without the rewards of explicit, tangible goals or markers of …

77 - Western Zen Grows Up and Faces the Koan of Race – Part 2

October 28th, 2018

34:23

Second part of a two-part series: The story of my particular school, Soto Zen, in America, but even if you identify with a different type of Buddhism …

76 - Western Zen Grows Up and Faces the Koan of Race – Part 1

October 12th, 2018

29:42

I tell you the story of my lineage of Zen over the last 100 years or so – its birth in America, its growth, its rocky adolescence, and how it’s …

75 – Sekito Kisen’s Sandokai: The Identity of Relative and Absolute – Part 2

October 4th, 2018

23:21

This my second episode on the Sandokai, an ancient teaching poem composed by Chinese Zen master Sekito Kisen (Shitou Xiqian, 700-790). It’s recited …

74 – Sekito Kisen’s Sandokai: The Identity of Relative and Absolute – Part 1

September 27th, 2018

29:59

Sandokai is a teaching poem composed by Chinese Chan (Zen) master Sekito Kisen (Shitou Xiqian, 700-790). It’s recited daily in Soto Zen temples throughout the world. In this episode I explore the meaning of the Sandokai …

73 – Is Buddhism Secular, Spiritual, or Religious?

September 11th, 2018

25:33

Is Buddhism religious, spiritual, or secular? The short answer to that is all three – depending what questions you’re asking. In this episode I …

72 – Taking Care of Our Lives: More About the Karma Relationship Side of Practice

September 1st, 2018

26:51

In Episode 38 I talked about how Buddhist practice has two sides – samadhi power and karma relationship. Samadhi power is about cultivating a direct, …

71 - Buddha's Teachings 9: The Four Brahmaviharas, or Sublime Social Attitudes - Part 3

August 26th, 2018

28:36

In this third episode of my series on the Four Brahmaviharas, I briefly talk about how to use them in daily practice without setting them up as unattainable ideals. Then I discuss what tends to get in the way of …

70 - Buddhist Practice: Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts and Emotions

August 18th, 2018

27:58

“Intrusive” thoughts and emotions arise repeatedly with enough intensity for them to be disturbing or distracting, even though they aren’t …

69 - The Soto Zen Goal of Goallessness: How to Awaken Without Trying

August 4th, 2018

23:30

The goal of Buddhism is to awaken to what’s true, because the truth is liberating. And yet my tradition, Soto Zen, points us toward the “goal of goallessness,” telling us we’ll awaken if only we give up our desire for …

68 – Relating to Buddhist Teachings 2: Wrestling with the Teachings

July 29th, 2018

26:03

From the perspective of most Buddhist lineages, including Zen, study is essential. In this episode I’ll get into why that is and present a practical …

67 – Relating to Buddhist Teachings 1: Their Abundance, Diversity & Authenticity

July 21st, 2018

24:00

If you’ve spent any time at all studying Buddhism, you’ve discovered there are lots of Buddhist teachings and texts. What should you choose to study? …

66 - Buddha's Teachings 8: Four Brahmaviharas, or Sublime Social Attitudes - Part 2

July 14th, 2018

26:03

In Part 2 of my series on the Brahmaviharas, I explore teachings about how to cultivate Metta, or goodwill, in an unlimited or boundless way. (Which …

Special Announcement: Launch of the Zen Studies Sangha

July 7th, 2018

1:53

I've received many inquiries over the past year about how to connect with a teacher and Sangha, particularly if you live far from a Zen/Buddhist …

65 – Dealing with Fear, Anger, and Hatred as a Buddhist

July 2nd, 2018

31:39

I’ve been getting a lot of questions from people about how to deal with fear, anger, and hatred as a Buddhist – our own as well that of others, especially at a time when people are so divided, and doing so much damage …

64 - Shikantaza: Having the Guts to Just Sit and Let Go of Doing Anything

June 23rd, 2018

29:02

I’ve been sitting zazen for over 20 years, but only recently have I had the guts to really do shikantaza, or “just sitting,” and it feels profoundly liberating. In this kind of zazen, you utterly let go of doing …

63 - Buddha's Teachings 7: The Four Brahmaviharas, or Sublime Social Attitudes - Part 1

June 19th, 2018

28:20

The Buddha taught the importance of the four Brahmaviharas, or sublime attitudes: Goodwill, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity. These are …

62 - Listener's Questions: Practicing with Mental Illness

June 8th, 2018

21:04

I share and answer three questions from listeners about practicing Buddhism and meditation when you're experiencing some kind of mental illness. I …

61 - Taking Refuge and Precepts: The Significance of Becoming a Buddhist – Part 2

May 25th, 2018

18:44

This is the second of two episodes on the practice of formally making vows to commit yourself to the Buddhist path as a lay person, in which I introduce you to two more ways of approaching lay vows in Buddhism. As …

60 - Taking Refuge and Precepts: The Significance of Becoming a Buddhist – Part 1

May 18th, 2018

15:04

Many religions have initiation rituals in which adherents formally commit themselves to their tradition – baptism, confirmation, and Bar or Bat Mitzvah, for example. Buddhism has its own initiation rituals which usually …

59 - The Buddha's Teachings Part 6: The Three Poisons as the Root of All Evil

May 12th, 2018

27:40

In this episode I introduce the Buddha’s teaching of the three poisons. According to the Buddha, the root of all evil – that is, all unskillful, …

58 - Dogen's Bendowa Part 2: Inconceivable Dharma, Practice, and Realization

May 4th, 2018

24:21

This episode is the second of two on the first part of “Bendowa,” Zen master Dogen’s essay that amounts to “Soto Zen in a Nutshell.” This week I cover two more important subjects Dogen covers in Bendowa: The ubiquitous …

57 - Dogen's Bendowa Part 1: What's the Big Deal about Zazen?

April 30th, 2018

21:06

Zen master Dogen wrote Bendowa in 1231 to introduce his Japanese students to Soto Zen. In a sense, then, it's "Soto Zen in a nutshell." In this episode I introduce the text and the context in which it was written, and …

56 - Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva and the Power of Compassion

April 22nd, 2018

27:43

Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion (also called Guanyin, Kannon, or Kanzeon), is hands-down the most popular of the Buddhist archetypal …

55 - Listener's Questions: Enlightened Behavior, Openings, Chanting, Recommended Books

April 12th, 2018

22:56

This episode answers four listener questions: 1) What is enlightened behavior - can someone be "awakened" and still do immoral or harmful things? 2) …

54 – You Don’t Need to Improve or Get Anything to Fulfill the Buddha Way

March 30th, 2018

23:55

You don’t need to improve one iota, change anything about yourself, or obtain anything you don’t already have, in order to fulfill the Buddha Way and …

53 - Buddha's Teachings Part 5: Karma, the Law of Moral Cause-and-Effect

March 23rd, 2018

31:47

Karma may be the most widely mentioned - and misunderstood - Buddhist concept outside Buddhist circles. You might, “Well, that’s karma!” when someone more or less gets their comeuppance. This view of karma isn’t …

52 - Profound, Practical, Mutable: Dharma Transmission in Zen – Part 2

March 15th, 2018

21:50

In Soto Zen Buddhism, “Dharma Transmission” is a ritual in which a qualified Zen teacher acknowledges the ability of one of their students to carry on the lineage tradition of Zen. In this episode I give you a sense of …

51 - Profound, Practical, Mutable: Dharma Transmission in Zen – Part 1

March 10th, 2018

20:02

In Soto Zen Buddhism, “Dharma Transmission” is a ritual in which a qualified Zen teacher acknowledges the ability of one of their students to carry on the lineage tradition of Zen. In this episode I introduce you to the …

50 - Buddhist History 8: Aśoka, First Buddhist Emperor – Facts and Legend Part 2

March 4th, 2018

27:15

Legends of King Aśoka (3rd century BCE), have long guided and inspired Buddhists, particularly rulers. In this 2nd episode of two, I continue the …

49 - Buddhist History 8: Aśoka, First Buddhist Emperor – Facts and Legend – Part 1

February 27th, 2018

26:26

King Aśoka was an Indian emperor in the 3rd century BCE. According to legend, he was a devout Buddhist who explicitly and publicly governed in accord with the Dhamma, or Buddhist teachings. Aśoka has been important to …

48 - How to Guide Your Own Meditation Part 2: First-Person Stories

February 9th, 2018

29:08

In this second episode of two on "How to Guide Your Own Meditation," I illustrate the process by sharing four first-person narratives about meditation experiences. In each story, someone turns their attention toward …

47 - How to Guide Your Own Meditation Part 1: Do Something, Don’t Just Fall Asleep

February 2nd, 2018

27:35

We sometimes get stuck in simplistic meditation instructions and therefore sell our meditation short. It's valuable to learn how to guide your own …

46 - Dogen’s Genjokoan Part 5: Birds Fly, Fish Swim, a Zen Master Waves a Fan

January 26th, 2018

26:25

In this episode we finish up the Genjokoan, focusing first on the rather long passage comparing our path of practice to the way a fish swims in the water, or a bird flies in the sky. Then I’ll talk about the story at …

45 - The Value of Buddhist Prayer Part 3: Prayer for Personal Transformation

January 20th, 2018

31:43

In this 3rd episode of three on Buddhist prayer, I talk about how prayer for personal transformation and change. I discuss why change is so hard, how …

44 - The Value of Buddhist Prayer Part 2: Aid-Seeking If There’s No God

January 12th, 2018

27:59

I continue our exploration of Buddhist prayer with a discussion of "aid-seeking" prayer, or prayer for a positive result. In particular, in this …

43 - The Value of Buddhist Prayer Part 1: Paradox of Prayer in a Nontheistic Spiritual Tradition

January 6th, 2018

29:59

You might be surprised to know many Buddhists pray, given that Buddhism is fundamentally a nontheistic religion. It’s possible to be an avowed atheist and a devout Buddhist at the same time. In fact, such a Buddhist …

42 - Buddha's Teachings Part 4: Right Speech - Factual, Helpful, Kind, Pleasant, and Timely

December 21st, 2017

32:13

Right speech is an essential part of Shakyamuni Buddha’s very first teaching of the Noble Eightfold Path, his prescription for spiritual liberation …

41 -Dogen’s Genjokoan Part 4: Moon in a Dewdrop and Views of the Ocean

December 15th, 2017

24:59

In this 4th episode of 5 on Zen master Dogen's Genjokoan (written in 1233), I discuss the image of the moon reflected in a dewdrop (ultimate reality …

40 - Being Beneficial Instead of Right: The Buddhist Concept of Skillful Means

December 7th, 2017

29:40

The Buddhist concept of “upaya,” skillful or expedient means, arose around the dawn of the common era – about 2,000 years ago. It emphasizes that …

39 - Buddhist History 7: Indian Buddhism After the Buddha - The First 200 Years

November 30th, 2017

37:42

This episode covers the first 200 years or so of Buddhism, beginning with the traditional account of events immediately after the Buddha’s passing. Then I describe how the ordained Sangha met to compile and codify his …

38 - The Two Sides of Practice: Samadhi Power and Karma Relationship

November 18th, 2017

31:09

Buddhist practice can be seen as consisting of two sides, and both are essential. The first side is cultivating “samadhi power,” or our ability to …

37 - Dogen’s Genjokoan Part 3: Seeking, Self, and the Matter of Life-and-Death

November 10th, 2017

25:55

In part 3 of my series on the famous Zen text called “Genjokoan,” written in 1233 by Japanese Zen master Eihei Dogen, I discuss the sections about seeking the Dharma, riding in a boat (recognizing self-nature is …

36 - Buddha's Teachings Part 3: The Noble Eightfold Path

November 3rd, 2017

43:38

In his very first sermon, delivered over 2,500 years ago, Shakyamuni Buddha taught the Noble Eightfold Path. In this episode I describe this teaching …

35 - Dogen’s Genjokoan: A Verse by Verse Exploration – Part 2

October 26th, 2017

26:32

My second episode focused on the famous Zen text “Genjokoan,” written by Japanese Zen master Eihei Dogen in 1233. In this episode I cover "the moon reflected in water" section, and the "to study Buddhism is to study the …

34 - Dogen’s Genjokoan: A Verse by Verse Exploration – Part 1

October 19th, 2017

39:27

Part of my Buddhist Texts series, this episode focuses on a famous Zen text called “Genjokoan,” written by Japanese Zen master Eihei Dogen in 1233. …

October Break Message

October 12th, 2017

0:34

Hello! I didn't produce an episode for you this week because I'm spending time with my parents - they live in Minnesota but are here in Oregon on their annual visit. I'll release a new episode next Thursday, Oct. 19th. …

33 – Life of Shakyamuni Buddha Part 4: Further Teachings and Colorful Stories

October 5th, 2017

46:05

This episode finishes up my story of Shakyamuni Buddha's life. It continues with the development of the early Sangha, including the ordination of women and the establishment of a code of discipline for monastics. It …

32 - The Practice of Not-Knowing: Relief, Intimacy, and Ground for Effective Action

September 28th, 2017

34:55

The Zen practice of "not-knowing" honors the absolute dimension of our lives - even as we engage in "knowing," as necessary, in the relative …

31 - Six Realms of Existence Part 3: Hungry Ghost and Human Realms

September 21st, 2017

27:20

In this third episode of a 3-part series on the Buddhist teaching of the Six Realms of Existence, I describe the Hungry Ghost and Human Realms. I …

30 - Six Realms of Existence Part 2: Asura, Beast, and Hell Realms

September 14th, 2017

34:32

In this 2nd episode of a 3-part series, I cover the Asura (fighting demigod), Beast, and Hell Realms. I continue offering a traditional, mythological …

29 - Six Realms of Existence Part 1: Introduction and the Heaven Realm

September 7th, 2017

28:53

In this episode, part 1 of 3, I explain the Buddhist teaching of the Six Realms of Existence, also known as the Wheel of Life, or the Wheel of …

Labor Day Message

August 31st, 2017

0:23

I won't be releasing a new episode today, in honor of Labor Day weekend.

 

will release one next week!

 

Take care, Domyo

28 - Q&A: The Teaching of Rebirth and Too Much Thinking During Zazen

August 24th, 2017

27:57

This week’s episode is a Q&A session, based on listener’s questions I’ve received by email. I’ll start out with a series of questions about the Buddhist teaching of rebirth, and end with a question about how to deal …

27 - The Buddha's Teachings Part 2 – The Four Noble Truths

August 17th, 2017

39:53

The Buddha's very first teaching as about the Four Noble Truths: Dukkha, the Origin of Dukkha, the Cessation of Dukkha, and the Path Leading to the Cessation of Dukkha. In this episode I introduce the Four Noble Truths …

26 – Work as Spiritual Practice According to Dogen's “Instructions to the Cook” – Part 2

August 10th, 2017

34:28

In Part 1, I introduced you to the concept of work practice, how it came to be so important in Zen, the central teachings Dogen gives about it. In this episode I explain five ways you can engage your work as spiritual …

25 – Work as Spiritual Practice According to Dogen's “Instructions to the Cook” - Part 1

August 3rd, 2017

23:33

Zen demands that we engage our everyday activities, particularly work, as spiritual practice. Few writings describe Zen work practice as well as Zen …

24 – Deepen Your Zazen by Not Getting Stuck in Satisfaction or Dissatisfaction

July 27th, 2017

39:06

It's tempting, particularly in Mahayana Buddhism, to get stuck in a kind of superficial satisfaction with your zazen and practice. Of course, it's …

23 - How Buddhists Should Behave: Evolution of the Buddhist Precepts Part 2

July 21st, 2017

36:37

I continue with the story of the Theravadin precepts - particularly how the Vinaya has affected the ordination of monks and nuns, and how lay people …

22 - How Buddhists Should Behave: Evolution of the Buddhist Precepts Part 1

July 13th, 2017

37:53

Many people are unaware that, from the beginning, Buddhism has said as much about how you should behave in your daily life as it does about …

21 – Sesshin: 24-7 Silent Meditation Retreats

June 29th, 2017

34:32

Buddhists all over the world regularly gather for silent meditation retreats with a 24-7 schedule. In this episode I describe a Zen retreat, or …

20 - The Heart Sutra Part 2: Line by Line Explanation, Continued

June 21st, 2017

42:47

In this episode I complete my line-by-line exploration of the Heart Sutra. I cover what the sutra means when its says "there is no" such-and-such, why it proceeds through such long lists of things that don't exist the …

19 - The Heart Sutra Part 1: Introduction to the Most Common Mahayana Text

June 15th, 2017

35:02

The Heart Sutra is probably the best-known Buddhist text in the world. It's less than 250 words long and considered to present the essence of Mahayana Buddhism. However, its meaning – and its attraction to Buddhists – …

18 - Zen Forms (Customs and Rituals) and Why They Matter

June 8th, 2017

23:20

In traditional Zen practice, we have a lot of what we call “forms.” Forms are the established ways we enact our practice with our bodies… including the ways we move in the meditation hall, sit in the meditation posture, …

Life of Shakyamuni Buddha Part 3: First Sermons and Students, and the Early Sangha

June 1st, 2017

38:40

In this first of two episodes about the Buddha's 45-year teaching career and the early Buddhist community, I’ll talk about the Buddha’s first sermons, the enlightenment of the first disciples, the first lay students of …

Sangha: The Joys, Challenges, and Value of Practicing in a Buddhist Community

May 25th, 2017

35:11

Is it really necessary to participate in a Sangha, or Buddhist community? What are the benefits, joys, and challenges of doing so? You may be surprised by some of the aspects of Sangha practice I talk about in this …

To Study Buddhism Is to Study the Self (and Why That’s Not Selfish)

May 18th, 2017

33:19

Liberation from self-concern is central to all forms of Buddhism, although the methods used to achieve that liberation differ widely. In this episode, I present a classic Zen teaching on not-self: Zen Master Dogen’s …

Buddha's Teachings Part 1: The Three Marks and the Teaching of Not-Self (Anatta)

May 11th, 2017

31:53

From the beginning, the Buddha's teachings featured the Three Characteristics of Existence: anicca (impermanence), dukkha (dissatisfactoriness), and anatta (not-self). This episode introduces the Three Characteristics …

What Zen “Acceptance” and “Non-Attachment” Really Are

May 4th, 2017

32:59

The practices of acceptance and non-attachment are critical to Zen and Buddhist practice, but they are easily misunderstood. It can sound like we're being asked not to care about things, or not to try to change things …

Life of Shakyamuni Buddha Part 2: Spiritual Struggle, Enlightenment, Teaching, and Death

April 27th, 2017

34:45

Buddhism began when Siddhartha Gautama experienced a spiritual awakening over 2,500 years ago in India, and became an “awakened one,” or Buddha. Over the course of two episodes, I tell the story of the Buddha’s life …

Life of Shakyamuni Buddha Part 1: Source Texts, and Birth Through Homeleaving

April 20th, 2017

36:04

Buddhism began when Siddhartha Gautama experienced a spiritual awakening over 2,500 years ago in India, and became an “awakened one,” or Buddha. Over the course of two episodes, I tell the story of the Buddha’s life …

What Is "Zen Practice," Anyway?

April 13th, 2017

29:03

If you've spent any time in a Zen community, or reading Zen books, you will have encountered the term “practice” countless times. Buddhist teachers …

Shakyamuni Buddha's Enlightenment: What Did He Realize?

April 6th, 2017

32:51

Buddhism began over 2,500 years ago with the spiritual enlightenment of a man named Siddhartha Gautama, who became the "Buddha," or "awakened one." What exactly did the Buddha realize upon his enlightenment?

It-with-a-Capital-I: The Zen Version of God

March 30th, 2017

32:36

Zen Buddhism is a non-theistic religious tradition. However, it's not entirely correct to say that there is no God in Zen. While we don’t conceive of, or worship, an omnipotent personification of the Divine, at the …

Dharma Talk - Beyond Mindfulness: The Radical Practice of Undivided Presence

March 23rd, 2017

32:39

This episode is a Dharma Talk, where I present my own take on traditional Zen and Buddhist teachings & practices.

In this talk I present an …

Arising of Buddhism Part 2: New Religious Questions and Answers Around 500 BCE

March 16th, 2017

18:47

This episode is a continuation of episode 5, which focused on the historical and religious context in India before the Buddha, and how social, …

Arising of Buddhism Part 1: Historical and Religious Context in India

March 9th, 2017

26:26

This is the first episode in my “Buddhist History and Seminal Texts” series. I discuss the historical and religious context for the beginnings of Buddhism in India in the 500s BCE. I give you a brief overview of the …

Zazen Part 2: How to Deal with Thinking, Stay Engaged, and Maintain a Practice

March 2nd, 2017

20:54

If you haven’t already done so, you may want to listen to Zazen (Seated Meditation) Part One: What Zazen Is and How to Do It before this episode.

In …

Zazen (Seated Meditation) Part 1: What Zazen Is and How to Do It

January 25th, 2017

24:07

Learn about what zazen is, why it's the central practice of Zen, and how to do it.

The Three Treasures of Buddhism: Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha

January 17th, 2017

30:47

For over 2,500 years, in every form of Buddhism, you formally become a Buddhist by stating, “I take refuge in the Buddha, I take refuge in the Dharma, I take refuge in the Sangha.” Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha are …

How Does Zen Fit Within the Context of Buddhism as a Whole?

January 17th, 2017

29:56

Zen is a type of Buddhism, which is a 2,500-year-old tradition. When and how did Zen arise, and what is unique about it?

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