Meditation, Mind Practice, and small Library
at the Sotaesan Center
The Sotaesan Center
(dba. Won Buddhism of Austin)
Weekly Schedule & 1 Day Retreat
Koan Meditation is a method to directly see one’s self-nature by asking a question. Koan means a spiritual question in Zen tradition and it is used as means of gaining spiritual awakening. Koan generally contains aspects that are inaccessible through rational understanding, yet accessible to intuition.
“Cases for questioning” means to inquire into, and be evaluated on, topics that create doubt regarding the universal principles of great and small, being and nonbeing, and the human affairs of right and wrong, benefit and harm, as well as regarding the hwadus(keywords, koan) enunciated by past buddhas and enlightened masters. This is intended for practitioners who are engaged in a profound stage of inquiry to attain a clear analysis of human affairs or universal principles. “The principle of the nature” means to enable us to resolve and understand the original principle of all things in the universe and the fundamental principle of our self-nature.- The Principal Book of Won Buddhism
Address: 17 Galloping Rd. Round Rock, TX 78681 / Tel: 512-382-9660 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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