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The Gateless Barrier: The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan)
The Gateless Barrier: The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan)

The Gateless Barrier: The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan) by Robert Aitken

The Gateless Barrier: The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan)

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Page: 348
ISBN: 9780865474420
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Two classic collections appeared, the 'Blue Cliff Record', (Pi-yen-lu; Jap. Gateless Gate) kōan collection. The mind the Buddha spoke of is the fundamental source (tsung); gatelessness (Wu-men) is the Dharma-gate. By the 11th century, they had been crafted into collections, the first by Wumen in 1229 called the Wu-men-kuan (Chinese), Mumonkan (Japanese), The Gateless Gate (English). Japanese Shoyoroku), both collected in their present forms during the 12th century); and Gateless Barrier (also known as Gateless Gate; Chinese: Wu-Men Kuan; Japanese Mumonkan) collected during the 13th century). ("THE GATELESS BARRIER: The Wu-men Kuan (Mumonkan)" translated with commentary by Robert Aitken). We had lunch at this beautiful rock further along Lawson ridge. The Gateless Barrier, The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan), Translated by Robert Aitken, Case 37. €Yamada Roshi's straightforward commentary on the Wu-men kuan (Mumonkan) is again available in this new edition, and I'm delighted. Http:// The Gateless Barrier: The Wu-Men Kuan (Mumonkan). The Wu-men kuan was one of the texts singled out as an object of criticism during the “heresy incident”; Bannan Eishū was expelled for authoring the Mumonkan shū, a commentary on the Wu-men kuan, at this time.4 Bannan was the person who revived Kōshōji Temple, originally founded by Dōgen and located in Fukakusa, by relocating it to its present .. The.Gateless.Barrier.The.Wu.Men.Kuan.Mumonkan..pdf. Hekiganroku) compiled by Hsueh Tou Ch'ung Hsien (980-1152) and the 'Gateless Gate' (Wu-men-kuan; Jap. [3] Case 19 of the Wu-Men Kuan (Jap. The koans are found in such collections as the Gateless Barrier (Chinese Wumen Guan,Japanese Mumonkan) and the Blue Cliff Collection (Chinese Biyan Lu, Japanese Hekiganroku); the first contains 48 "cases," and the latter 63.