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Jinul (1158-1210) was a Korean monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered to be the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon Buddhism.
Jinul entered the world at a time when the sangha was in a state of crisis, both in terms of its external reputation as well as on internal issues of doctrine.
Jinul eventually accomplished this mission with the founding of the Songgwangsa monastery (松廣寺) at Mt. Jogye (曹溪山).
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 Jinul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hanja Jinul (1158-1210) was a Korea monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered to be the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon Korean Buddhism.
Deeply disturbed at the degree of corruption that had crept into the sangha, Jinul sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon which he called the samadhi and prajna society.
Jinul eventually accomplished this mission with the founding of the Songgwangsa monastery at Mt. Jogye.
read-and-go.hopto.org /Korean-Buddhism/Jinul.html   (119 words)

  
 Jinul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jinul (1158 1210) was a Korean monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered to be the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon Buddhism.
He was born at a time when the sangha was in a state of crisis, both in terms of its external reputation as well as on internal issues of doctrine.
Deeply disturbed at the degree of corruption that had crept into the sangha, Jinul sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon which he called the "samadhi and prajna society" (hanja: 定慧社, 정혜사, Jeonghyesa).
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 Korean Buddhism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jinul sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon, which he called the "samādhi and prajñā society", whose goal was to establish a new community of disciplined, pure-minded practitioners deep in the mountains.
Jinul's works are characterized by a thorough analysis and reformulation of the methodologies of Seon study and practice.
Modern Seon practice is not far removed in content from the original practice of Jinul, who introduced the integrated combination of the practice of Gwanhwa meditation with the study of selected Buddhist texts.
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 Korean Buddhism
Jinul was furthermore deeply disturbed at the degree of corruption that had crept into the sangha, and for this reason sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon which he called the "samādhi and prajñā society" (定慧社) whose goal was to establish a new community of disciplined, pure-minded practitioners deep in the mountains.
Jinul's work regarding the relationship between Seon meditation practice and Gyo scholarly study was intrinsically related to the sudden/gradual problematic, and was also very much reflective of the synthesizing tendency exhibited by Weonhyo and earlier Korean monks.
Jinul himself had not undergone his enlightenment experiences as the result of the classical so-called personal "mind-to-mind transmission" between teacher and student as characterized in the Seon school.
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 Seon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Korean Seon received its most significant impetus and consolidation from the Goryeo monk Jinul 知訥, who established the Songgwangsa 松廣寺; as a new center of pure practice.
It is from the time of Jinul that the predominant single meditational sect in Korea becomes the Jogye 曹溪, which survives down to the present in basically the same status.
Toward the end of the Goryeo and during the Joseon period the Jogye school would first be combined with the scholarly 教 schools, and then suffer from persecution at the hands of a Confucian influenced polity.
encyclopedia.codeboy.net /wikipedia/s/se/seon.html   (299 words)

  
 Gihwa's Analysis of the Relationship between the Worded and Wordless Teachings: The Ogahae seorui
Jinul (智訥 1158-1210) is usually cited as the father of Seon-Gyo conciliation in Korea.
Jinul and Gihwa, being Buddhist (rather than Confucian or Daoist) scholars, in most places take the "essence" to be the innately enlightened mind of sentient beings, their buddhahood—their original endowment.
Jinul and Gihwa apply the same principle to the issue of the juxtaposition of the worded and wordless teachings.
www.acmuller.net /xml-tei-tut/ogahae-tgu2003.html   (5626 words)

  
 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The position that would generally be adopted in the later Seon schools, due in large part to the efforts of Jinul, would not be that of clear superiority of Seon meditational methods, but rather a declaration of the intrinsic unity and mutual complementarity of the Seon and Gyo viewpoints.
Jinul's works are characterized by a thoroughgoing analysis and reformulation of the methodologies of Seon study and practice.
One major issue that had fermented long in Chinese Chan and which had received special focus from Jinul, was the relationship between so-called "gradual" and "sudden" methods in practice and enlightenment.
www.hostingciamca.com /index.php?title=Korean_Buddhism   (3740 words)

  
 Jinul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jinul (1158 - 1210) was a Korean monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered tobe the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon Buddhism.
Jinul entered the world at a time when the sangha was in a state of crisis, both in terms of itsexternal reputation as well as on internal issues of doctrine.
Deeply disturbed at the degree of corruption that had crept intothe sangha, Jinul sought to establish a new movement within Korean Seon which he calledthe " samadhi and prajna society" (定慧社).
www.therfcc.org /jinul-11932.html   (146 words)

  
 Read about Seon at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Seon and learn about Seon here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jinul 知訥, who established the Songgwangsa 松廣寺; as a new center of pure practice.
Hyujeong 休靜, who continued to developed the basic mold of Korean meditational Buddhism established by Jinul.
Seon continues to be practiced in Korea today at a number of major monastic centers, as well as being taught at Dongguk University which has a major of studies in this religion.
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Seon   (283 words)

  
 Jinul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jinul (1158-1210) era un monk coreano del período de Goryeo, que se considera ser la figura más influyente de la formación del buddhism coreano de Seon.
Jinul entró en el mundo en un momento en que el sangha estaba en un estado de la crisis, ambos en términos de su reputación externa así como en aplicaciones internas la doctrina.
Jinul logró eventual esta misión con la fundación del monasterio de Songgwangsa () en Mt. Jogye ().
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/ji/Jinul.htm   (157 words)

  
 Korean Buddhism: A Short Overview
Again, while Pure Land practice continued during this period, and received scholarly treatment, it was not counted as a formal "school" of Buddhism.
Later on the Goryeo, Jinul, at first disparaging Pure Land, will eventually accord it recognition as a viable means of practice for those unable to comprehend the deeper dimensions of the Buddhist doctrine.[back]
A thorough account of Jinul's efforts to reconcile this issue are provided in both of Robert Buswell's books on Jinul.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This tradition was passed down to National Master Jinul's of Goryo Dynasty and later to the great master Hyujung of Jeoseon (Chosun) Dynasty.
Jinul was known for his thought of "practicing meditation and wisdom together" while Hyujung was famous for his philosophy of the unification of the Seon and doctrinal schools.
The quest for harmony between Seon and doctrine, practice and theory is the tradition of Korean Buddhism.
www.buddhistnews.tv /current/kr-buddhism-290504.php   (1111 words)

  
 Gihwa - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Gihwa's writings showed a distinctive mixture between iconoclastic and suddenistic Chan language, and a strong appreciation for the scriptural tradition.
Thus, he took up from Jinul the tradition of unification of Seon and Gyo Buddhism.
Among his writings, there are four works in particular that made a deep impact on the subsequent Seon tradition in Korea.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Gihwa   (305 words)

  
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Then the name of this temple was changed from Gilsang-sa to Songgwang-sa and the name of the mountain from Mt. Songgwang to Mt. Jogye.
Jinul formed the association “Jeonghye-gyeolsa” at Songgwang-sa to reform the corrupted Buddhism in Goryeo dynasty.
After Jinul, 16 National Buddhist Master (including him) came forward in succession at Songgwang-sa.
www.gotobuddha.org /english/temple/sambo2.htm   (204 words)

  
 Seon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first transmission of Chan into Korea is attributed to a monk named Peomnang 法朗, but he was soonfollowed by a throng of Seon students, who later returned to Korea to establish the " nine mountain " 九山schools, with "nine mountains" becoming a nickname for Korean Seon which survives down to the present.
Korean Seon received itsmost significant impetus and consolidation from the Goryeo monk Jinul 知訥, who established the Songgwangsa 松廣寺; as a new center of pure practice.
It is from the time of Jinul that the predominant single meditationalsect in Korea becomes the Jogye 曹溪, which survives down to the present in basically the same status.
www.therfcc.org /seon-46073.html   (284 words)

  
 .:Mindanews-- 27 August 2005:.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The three other informants received P150,000 each for the capture of suspected Sipadan hostage takers Jeffrey Jinul, Michael Pajiji and Abraham Jumdain.
Jinul was arrested on November 29, 2003 in barangay San Raymundo, Jolo, Sulu.
At the time of his arrest, he reportedly had in his possession dollar bills which were part of the share of slain Abu Sayyaf leader Mujiv Susukan from the ransom.
www.mindanews.com /2005/08/26nws-reward.htm   (404 words)

  
 donga.com [english donga]
The distinctive feature is the rise of coming politicians, who belong to “the way of Korea,” consisting of Choi’s acquaintances.
Park Hyung-jun, a professor of Dong-A University (Suyeong, Busan) who is determined to be a possible candidate, Kim Hee-jung, the deputy spokesperson of the GNP (Yeonje, Busan), and Lee Sung-Kuon, the previous president of the students’ association of Busan University (Jinul, Busan) all belonged to this association..
In cases where some regions are in a tangle, on the other hand, it is criticized that the guidance division of the GNP is backing someone who does not have any connection with the region.
english.donga.com /srv/service.php3?bicode=050000&biid=2004030163878   (464 words)

  
 inadaily.com | Article service
It was for this reason monk and poet Manhae Han Yong-wun called his home "Simwujang," as jang means a place to stay.
During the mid-Goryeo period, a monk named Jinul who was influential in forming Korean Seon Buddhism took the penname "Mokwuja." The name meant a person raising a cow so also meant someone taking care of the nature of Buddhism.
The monk worked hard to tighten the discipline of Buddhism that had relaxed due to constant political fighting within the royal family.
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 Jinul articles and news from Start Learning Now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Songgwang-sa, Jogye monastic teaching center, is a temple of Junghye association in which Monk Jinul, the national master Bojo, conducted a new campaign for association, and since he became a great light as Gyejeonghye in the Buddhism society, it succeeds to Mokwoogapoong
The precept school which will prosper the spirit of today's Buddhist code of conducts and precept is right in this clean temple.
Especially, alumni of the precept school can come back to the school and study the precept further.
isonggwangsa.org /english/left02_03_02.html   (235 words)

  
 A summary of Korean Buddhism’s history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But he died at the early age 46 and the experiment was brought to a halt.
But it was left to Zen master, the National Teacher Bojo Jinul (1158-1210).
Bojo Jinul is to Korean Zen what Hui-neng the sixth Patriarch, is to Chinese Zen.
www.international-zen-temple.de /gkb-eng.html   (2065 words)

  
 Hogwarts RPG - Moved: Charissa L. Jinul -DADA sign up
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 1565911792  Mind Only: Essence of Zen 1565911792  photobook on Korean Zen Buddhism
Simply by realizing that there is no other way to understand, you are directly seeing your self-nature."
From "Secrets on Cultivating the Mind" by Bojo Jinul (1158-1210)
Chris Verebes holds degrees in Law and Philosophy from Queensland University, Australia and first became interested in Zen Buddhism in his early 20's.
www.koreanbook.de /BookServices/books/MindOnly.html   (454 words)

  
 The Textual History of the Linji lu
Linji's name became associated with the leading branch of Chan during the Song dynasty (960-1268), when members of the Linji faction headed influential state-supported monasteries and authored works commissioned by imperial edict.
In Korea, Linji Chan (Imje Seon) was the primary stream of influence, where the gong'an teachings of Dahui were respected and widely implemented by Jinul and a long line of subsequent masters in the Goryeo and Joseon periods.
Up to modern times, Linji-derived practices comprise the main influence on the modern Jogye school.
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 Bulssi japbyeon 佛氏雜辨 (An Array of Critiques Against Buddhism)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Therefore it is called "jeweled luminous marvelous nature." ] They are named by discriminating luminosity from completeness.
Pojo [Jinul] said: "Outside of the mind there is no Buddha" 8 and "outside of the nature there is no dharma." 9 This also explains a distinction in terms of Buddha and dharma, seeming to indicate that there is [a distinction] to be seen.
Yet this is all done based on nebulous supposition, rather than on explicit facts.
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