This link serves to educate the individual about the "essentials
of Buddhism" which include the Four Noble Truths, the Noble
Eightfold Path, three characters of existence, five aggregates,
five hindrances, seven factors of enlightenment, ten perfections,
four boundless states, and the ten fetters of existence. It also
provides excellent additional links to those who become intrigued
by Buddhist thoughts.
Zen @ Sunsite
If you are wondering what Zen is, this is a link for you. It
gives you some direction on what sites to explore based on what
you want to discover about the wonderful world of Zen. Included
are links to The Electronic Bodhidarma, The Zen Garden, and The
Zen Mountain Monastery. Also, one can explore Zen "texts"
by taking a peak at this site.
Click here to explore the many global resources for Buddhist
studies. Connect yourself to the Center for Buddhist Studies
in Taiwan or perhaps you want to visit the Albuquerque Zen Center
or the Toronto center. Introduce yourself to the study of Buddhism
in a "global" way.
Zen: The Teachings of Mystical Zen
Watch this website to explore the teachings of Dark Zen. Read
the essays and lectures on Mystical Zen and join in on the Zennist
e-mail discussion group. Perhaps an on-line chat group would
answer your uncertainties about Zen. Come take a trip to the
Zennist and explore the Buddha mind.
Links to Buddhist Sites
This "nifty" link provides connections to "women
active in buddhism," a link to additional Buddhist resources,
Tibetan Buddhism, Zen Buddhism + links to many more fascinating
and educating sites. Come explore some nifty links to enhance
your knowledge about Buddhism.
Ultimate Buddhism Glossary
A great way to introduce oneself to the Buddhist religion! A
large index of Buddhist terms. Differences between Mahayana Buddhism
from Theravada. Also The Five Precepts, The Four Noble Truths,
and The Eightfold Path are simply defined so anyone can understand
Resources on Buddhism
This is a link to the Buddhist studies database of Taiwan University;
a very rich resource in Buddhist text collections and Buddhist
scholarly works. An excellent research tool for one interested
in doing an in depth examination on the Buddhist faith. Very
Established by East Asian Libraries, this megalink provides connections
to sites on Buddhism, including the Buddhism Virtual Library.
Other links include Buddhist art, journals and periodicals, and
an abundance of resource materials and texts.
This link provides those interested in discovering the world
of Zen with answers to frequently asked questions. Questions
concerning the history of Zen, the spirituality of Zen, Zen writings,
and the experience of Zen practices in meditation all are answered
and easily understood by those unfamiliar with Zen practices
and Zen faith. This link also provides an introductory reading
list for those who become interested in further exploring the
wonderful world of Zen Buddhism.
Take a look at this immense list of Buddhist resources on Buddhist
activities and literature. It provides an index that easily accesses
the web browser to different Buddhist associations, centers,
texts, and more..... Come explore the different schools of Buddhism
by clicking on this incredibly resourceful link.
This site provides links to those who seek more of an understanding
of Buddhism. It guides you to Buddhist resources on the Internet
as well as Zen organizations and sources.
Boasts one of the largest collections of Buddhist primary texts
materials on the Internet. Includes Zen art, zen centers, news,
and many more interesting topics for the Zen Buddhist navigator.
Zen: Lineage of Master
A great website to find understanding to what is Zen, the posture
of Zazen, Zen in western countries, and Master Kosen Thibaut.
Also provides links to Zen hot lists, teachings, and even a Zen
Provides links to understanding Zen Buddhism by providing links
to resources and information, magazines, newsletters, and teachings.
Lighter Side of Buddhism
Tired of reading dry and dull topics on Buddhism? If so, click
on this link. According to this site, Buddha was known to have
a good sense of humor. This link presents some funny short stories,
comments on Buddhism, and links to another "Buddha World."
A Spiritual Quest
In search of spirit? This link provides related Zen/Buddhist
sites on the web that have much to offer. Some sites that are
included are: The Zen Web of Original Mind, Zen Mountain Monastery,
and a guide to meditation.