Zen Sanctuary Of Purple Robes Examines The Affairs Of Rinzai Zen S T Keiji Convent, Founded In By Nun Kakusan Shid After The Death Of Her Husband, H J Tokimune It Traces The Convent S History Through Seven Centuries, Including The Early Nuns Zen Practice Abbess Y D S Imperial Lineage With Nuns In Purple Robes Hideyori S Seven Year Old Daughter Later To Become The Convent S Twentieth Abbess, Tenshu Spared By Tokugawa Ieyasu At The Battle For Osaka Castle T Keiji As Divorce Temple During The Mid Edo Period And A Favorite Topic Of Senryu Satirical Verse The Convent S Gradual Decline As A Functioning Nunnery But Its Continued Survival During The Early Meiji Persecution Of Buddhism And Its Current Prosperity The Work Includes Translations, Charts, Illustrations, Bibliographies, And Indices Beyond Such Historical Details, The Authors Emphasize The Convent S Inclusivist Rinzai Zen Practice In Tandem With The Nearby Engakuji Temple The Rationale For This Inclusivism Is The Continuing Acceptance Of The Doctrine Of Skillful Means H Ben As Expressed In The Lotus Sutra A Notion Repudiated Or Radically Reinterpreted By Most Of The Kamakura Reformers In Support Of This Contention, The Authors Include A Complete Translation Of The Mirror For Women By Kakusan S Contemporary, Muj Ichien
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- 246 pages
- Zen Sanctuary of Purple Robes
- Sachiko Kaneko Morrell
- 24 March 2018 Sachiko Kaneko Morrell