The History of the Shin Buddhist Tradition (part two of six)

The History of the Shin Buddhist Tradition (part two of six) by Professor Atsushi Hirata, Department of History, Ryūkoku University, Kyoto, Japan. In Japanese with live English translation. This is a six part series covering the 2011 Ryūkoku Lecture Series

The History of the Shin Buddhist Tradition (part one of six)

The History of the Shin Buddhist Tradition (part one of six) by Professor Atsushi Hirata, Department of History, Ryūkoku University, Kyoto, Japan. In Japanese with live English translation. This is a six part series covering the 2011 Ryūkoku Lecture Series

Shinran’s Devotional Hymn of Prince Shotoku: Kōtaishi Shōtoku hōsan

The Fall 2010 Numata Lecture at the Institute of Buddhist Studies was delivered by Prof. Kenneth Lee of the California State University, Northridge. Prof. Lee discussed Shinran Shonin’s wasan, the Kōtaishi Shōtoku hōsan in devotion to Prince Shotoku, revered as the founder of Buddhism in Japan.

Shinran’s Devotional Hymn of Prince Shotoku: Kōtaishi Shōtoku hōsan (audio version)

The Fall 2010 Numata Lecture at the Institute of Buddhist Studies was delivered by Prof. Kenneth Lee of the California State University, Northridge. Prof. Lee discussed Shinran Shonin’s wasan, the Kōtaishi Shōtoku hōsan in devotion to Prince Shotoku, revered as the founder of Buddhism in Japan.

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Red Book Dialogue featuring Jack Kornfield and Dyane Sherwood

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives. To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with

Red Book Dialogue between Zoketsu Norman Fischer and Richard Stein

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives. To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with