Haku'un Yasutani

Haku'un Yasutani

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name = Haku'un Yasutani


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birth_date = 1885
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death_date = 1973
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denomination = Zen Buddhism
school = Sanbo Kyodan
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Haku'un Yasutani (安谷 白雲, 1885 - 1973) was the first abbot of the Zen Buddhist lineage of Sanbo Kyodan (or, Three Treasures Association). He was born in the Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan and ordained as a Zen monk at a Sōtō temple at the age of 13. He began training in 1925 under Harada Daiun Sogaku, who studied under both Sōtō and Rinzai masters, and from whom he received Dharma transmission and inka.

At this time in Japan Sōtō Zen practice had become rather methodical and ritualistic, and Yasutani felt that practice was lacking. Yasutani broke away from the Sōtō sect and started his own lineage (the Sanbõkyõdan). The Sanbõkyõdan incorporates Rinzai methods (koan work) as well as much of Soto tradition, a style Yasutani had learned from his teacher Harada Daiun Sogaku.

ee also

*Timeline of Zen Buddhism in the United States

References

*cite book| last =Victoria| first =Brian Daizen| authorlink =| coauthors =| title =Zen War Stories| publisher =Weatherhill Publishers| date =1997| location =| pages =66| url =| doi =| id = | isbn = 978-0700715800


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