The following web sites are all centered around Zen philosophy. The sites contain information about what Zen is, and the philosophy behind it, as well as where to practice it and how to go about doing so. The sites contain links to other related sites that are either more specific, or related in some way or another. The links have information about specific sites of Zen teaching, certain techniques of special Zen masters, and other such useful information.
This site is a Zen philosophy home page. It has many links to more specific information on Zen such as how and where to practice it, what it is, and what it means.
you believe that if Christians practice Zen...
This site has information concerning Christians practicing Zen and whether or not they can fully experience its benefits.
Why Zen Nowadays?
Why Zen Nowadays is the title of this site. It has information about the effects of Zen on members of our hectic technological world.
This site is a collection of links to other sites containing information on various philosophies and their meanings, and associations.
The Inner Place (http://www.nf.sympatico.ca/Contents/InnerPlace/philosophy.html)
The Eastern Philosophy Homepage has links to informational sites about Zen Buddhism.
Electronic Bodhidharma (http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm)
The Electronic Bodhidharma is an international site for Zen Buddhism. It has links to sites about zen masters, publications and other information.
Brief Introduction to the Great Falun Buddha Law
This site is an explanation of how physical movement and Zen are incorporated. It also has many links to more specific examples.
Qi Gong Wu Shu Tai
Ji Quan (http://www.china-guide.com/qigong.html)
This site, Qigong, speaks of qigong, what it is and how it is practiced, as well as its effects.
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