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 Belgian site for Zen, with additional Tibetan resources.
 Cybermonk  New window
 Your Zen questions answered by a senior monk from Zen Mountain Monastery.
 Daily Zen  New window
 An aesthetic Zen haven with a humorous touch. Offers inspirational daily quotes, complimentary monthly e-journal, and an extensive collection of Buddhist-themed e-cards.
 Dark Zen  New window
 Controversial site that challenges "orthodox" Zen establishment. Asserts that the fundamental basis of "conventional" Zen owes its origin to "Dark" Zen; consequently, conventional Zen transmits a second-hand teaching whose intent is only to comfort and inspire those who wish to proceed on their own to look even deeper within their own being so as to awaken and see the mysterious nature of Mind.
 International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism  New window
 An academic research institution devoted to the study of Zen Buddhism, serving the needs of researchers, students, teachers, and practitioners of Buddhism. 48.000 character Chinese character database. The IRIZ is located at the Rinzai-affiliated Hanazono University, Kyoto, Japan.
 Ketsumyaku (Certificate of Affiliation to a Lineage)  New window
 Image of the traditional document given to Zen monks on the day of their ordination showing their entire lineage from Buddha Shakyamuni to themselves. This version is used by the Association Zen Internationale.
 On Finding a Zen Teacher  New window
 Essay giving advice on why and how to find a Zen teacher.
 Zen Karmics  New window
 Cartoons about Prison Buddhist practice.

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