Crossword clues for zen
- Word with "garden" or "master"
- Word from the Sanskrit for "absorption"
- Word from the Mandarin for "absorption"
- Way to enlightenment
- Variety of Buddhism
- Unstructured Buddhism
- Unflappable state of mind
- Totally relaxed, so to speak
- Totally chill about everything
- System of Buddhist teachings
- State of Japan
- State of calm attentiveness
- Start of a Robert Pirsig title
- Some masters' mastery
- Self-realization sect
- Self-contemplative practice
- School with paradoxes
- School using koans
- School that teaches chanting
- School of experiential wisdom
- School influenced by Taoism
- Satori seeker's sect
- Satori school
- Satori practice
- Sandy garden type
- Roshi's movement
- Robert Plant: "Now and ___"
- Robert Plant "Now and ___"
- Religion that champions gardening
- Religion derived from the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama
- Practice for some Japanese monks
- Philosophical interest for John Cage
- Oriental sect
- Oriental cult
- One with the universe, so to speak
- Movement traced to an ancient flower sermon
- Moment of ___
- Meditator's school
- Meditative religion
- Meditative kind of state
- Meditation principle
- Meditating school
- Master's discipline
- Mahayana branch
- Last word said on "The Daily Show," often
- Koan-posing sect
- Koan poser's sect
- Jon Stewart's "moment of __"
- Japanese meditative discipline
- Introspective movement
- In slang, chilled ouT
- Enlightenment-seeking school
- Enlightenment-seeking discipline
- Easygoing, in slang
- Eastern state
- Discipline that teaches "beginner's mind"
- Discipline practiced in some monasteries
- Discipline of some masters
- Cult of Orient
- Contemplative Buddhist sect
- Chilled out, as it were
- Chill, as it were
- Certain Buddhist teachings
- Calmness, in slang
- Bush: "Everything ___"
- Buddhist meditative practice
- Buddhist meditation
- Buddhist doctrine
- Buddhist cult
- Buddhism variety
- Buddhism type
- Buddhism faction
- Asian meditative sect
- "Your Moment of __": "The Daily Show" bit
- "Your Moment of ___" (segment that closes "The Daily Show")
- "Your Moment of ___" (segment at the end of each "The Daily Show" episode)
- "Your Moment of ___" (recurring segment on "The Daily Show")
- "Your Moment of ___" (last segment on "The Daily Show")
- "Your Moment of ___" (concluding segment of "The Daily Show")
- "Your Moment of ___"
- "Your Moment of ___," and a hint to what's added to the starred answers
- "Path of enlightenment" discipline
- "Moment of ___" (Trevor Noah bit)
- "Everything ___, I don't think so" Bush
- "And now, your moment of __"
- "--- and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"
- "__ in the Art of Writing": Ray Bradbury collection
- "__ and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance": '70s best-seller
- ''___ and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance''
- ____ Buddhist
- ____ Buddhism
- ___ Master (NBA coach Phil Jackson's nickname)
- ___ in the Art of Archery (1953 book)
- ___ garden (place to meditate)
- ___ garden (place to meditate outdoors)
- ___ garden
- Chinese discipline
- Kind of Buddhism
- Means of enlightenment
- Buddhist sect that's big on meditation
- Buddhist discipline
- Buddhist state
- State to be in
- Kind of master
- Meditation system
- Buddhism sect that originated in China
- Form of Buddhism
- Kind of Buddhist
- Wonderful state
- Means to self-awareness
- Mahayana movement with mondos
- Meditative thought
- Spiritual path
- Some meditation
- Pursuit of satori
- Discipline that uses koans
- School of Buddhism known for meditation
- Meditative sect of Buddhism
- Path to enlightenment
- Kind of state that's peaceful
- Form of shiatsu
- ___ state (pleasant place to be)
- ___ state (blissful self-awareness)
- "Your Moment of ___" ("The Daily Show" feature)
- Asian school of thought
- Buddhist school with retreats
- Kind of state in the East
- Road to enlightenment, for some
- Discipline symbolized by a painted circle
- Source of enlightenment
- Eastern sect
- Eastern state?
- Kind of garden
- Japanese path of enlightenment
- "Jay ___ Garage" (Emmy-winning auto series)
- ___ Buddhist
- Tranquil and minimalistic
- School of Mahayana Buddhism asserting that enlightenment can come through meditation and intuition rather than faith
- China and Japan
- Doctrine that enlightenment can be attained through direct intuitive insight
- Path of enlightenment
- Meditative discipline
- Japanese Buddhist sect (3)
- Buddhism branch
- ___ Buddhism (religious sect)
- Japanese school of meditation
- Satori-seeking sect
- Branch of Buddhism that began in China
- Japanese sect of Buddhism
- Introspective group
- Type of Buddhism
- Buddhist branch
- Extreme character converting daughter to new form of Buddhism
- Meditative practice
- Eastern philosophy
- Eastern discipline
- Meditative school
- __ garden
- Buddhism doctrine
- Type of garden with rocks
- Meditation discipline
- Buddhism school
- "___ and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"
- Type of garden
- Totally chill approach
- Satori-seeking discipline
- Like some gardens
- __ master
- Meditative school of Buddhism
- Meditative movement
- Means to enlightenment
- Enlightenment-seeking sect
- Peaceful feeling
- Peaceful and relaxed
- Peace, of a kind
- Movement with mondos
- Meditative faith
- Meditative Buddhist sect
- Meditative Buddhist discipline
- Meditative branch of Buddhism
- Literally, "meditation"
- Like some rock gardens
- Japanese Buddhist sect
- Introspective sect
- Enlightenment movement
- Calm, so to speak
- Buddhist way
- Buddhist meditative sect
- A way to enlightenment
- ___ garden (peaceful place to meditate)
- Your Moment of __: Jon Stewart's show ender
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
school of Mahayana Buddhism, 1727, from Japanese, from Chinese ch'an, ultimately from Sanskrit dhyana "thought, meditation," from PIE root *dheie- "to see, look" (cognates: Greek sema "sign, mark, token"). As an adjective from 1881.
a. 1 (context religion English) Pertaining to this denomination of Buddhism 2 (context colloquial English) extremely relaxed and collected alt. (context religion English) A denomination of Buddhism n. (context religion English) A denomination of Buddhism
is the sixth solo album by Japanese underground hip hop producer DJ Krush. It was released in 2001.
Zen is a school of Mahāyāna Buddhism notable for its emphasis on practice and experiential wisdom.
Zen may also refer to:
Zen was a Dutch rock band, founded by Siegfried 'Siebe' de Jong (vocals and saxophone) and Dirk van der Ploeg (guitar and vocals) in 1965. Van der Ploeg wrote the lyrics, music and arrangements. The hippie-oriented one hit wonder band hit the top spot on the Dutch Top 40 singles chart in January 1969, with their version of the theme from the musical Hair. Their only other single to enter the Dutch Top 40 was "Get Me Down", it peaked at #26 in 1969. After various line-up changes, the band dissolved in 1977. In the 1980s the first incarnation of the band played some reunion concerts.
The ZEN is a portable media player designed and manufactured by Creative Technology. This flash memory-based player is the de facto successor of the ZEN Vision:M and was announced on August 29, 2007, to be available in capacities of 2, 4, 8, and 16 GB, as of September 14. A 32 GB model was announced on December 4, 2007, setting a record for storage capacity among flash players.
The player has a width of , a height of and is thick, making it the slimmest Creative portable media player and the second slimmest Creative player of any type (other than the discontinued MuVo Slim) at the time of its release. Because of its dimensions, the ZEN is advertised to be the "size of a credit card". This is the first Creative player to have a SD card slot (enabling the support of SD and SDHC cards; an optional adapter is needed for microSD and miniSD cards), support for DRM free iTunes-encoded AAC (in a ".m4a" extension), as well as a truecolor TFT LCD display.
Zen is a 2007 drama-horror film written and directed by Gary Davis. Filmed in Florida, it was released and screened at a Boynton Beach, Florida cinema on April 12, 2007. The DVD was released in North America on April 13, 2007.
Zona Espansione Nord, also known as ZEN or San Filippo Neri, is an economically deprived quarter on the northern outskirts of Palermo, Sicily. It is located in the VII municipality and has a population of around 16,000 people. It was constructed in 1969, under the design by architect Vittorio Gregotti, and it consists of bleak, multi-storied housing projects, most of which are in a state of dilapidation. As a result of rampant unemployment, poverty, high school drop-out rate and marginalization of the residents, ZEN has become notorious for its crime, juvenile delinquency, and social degradation. The architect Massimiliano Fuksas proposed its demolition, together with other similar structures in Italy, such as the Corviale in Rome.
In 1997, ZEN changed its name to San Filippo Neri, but most Palermitans refer to it by its former name. Italian director Marco Risi used ZEN as the setting for his 1990 film Ragazzi fuori, which depicted the social problems and lack of opportunities faced by the unemployed youth of ZEN.
Zen is a 1995 album recorded by French pop singer Zazie. It was her second studio album and was released on 7 January 1995. The album achieved success in francophone countries and provided five singles (two of them were only released as promotional singles): "Larsen" (#38 in France), "Zen" (#23 in France) and "Un point c'est toi" (#24 in France).
"Zen" is a 2009 film directed by Banmei Takahashi and starring Nakamura Kantarō II as Dogen, and Yuki Uchida as Orin.
The film is a biography of Dōgen Zenji (19 January 1200 – 22 September 1253), a Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher. After travelling to China to study, Dogen founded the Sōtō school of Zen in Japan. The Buddhist Film Foundation described it as "a poignant, in-depth, reverent and surprisingly moving portrait of Eihei Dogen."
ZEN Department Store ( Thai: เซน ดีพาร์ทเมนท์ สโตร์; Simplified Chinese: 先; Pinyin: Xiān) is an upmarket Thai department store chain with branches in Thailand and China it is owned by Central Group.
Zen is a Hong Kong rock music band that was signed by Warner Bros. Records and had its debut album in 1995. They disbanded in 2000 and re-formed in 2005.
Zen, sold as Tencho no Igo (, literally Zenith Go) in Japan, is a Go playing engine developed by Yoji Ojima , a Japanese Go programmer.
Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty as Chan Buddhism. It was strongly influenced by Taoism, and developed as a distinguished school of Chinese Buddhism. From China, Chan Buddhism spread south to Vietnam, northeast to Korea and east to Japan, where it became known as Japanese Zen.
Zen emphasizes rigorous self-control, meditation-practice, insight into Buddha-nature, and the personal expression of this insight in daily life, especially for the benefit of others. As such, it de-emphasizes mere knowledge of sutras and doctrine and favors direct understanding through zazen and interaction with an accomplished teacher.
The teachings of Zen include various sources of Mahayana thought, especially Yogachara, the Tathāgatagarbha sūtras and the Huayan school, with their emphasis on Buddha-nature, totality, and the Bodhisattva-ideal. The Prajñāpāramitā literature and, to a lesser extent, Madhyamaka have also been influential in the shaping of the "paradoxical language" of the Zen-tradition.
Zen is a British television series produced by Left Bank Pictures for the BBC, co-produced with WGBH Boston for its Masterpiece anthology series, Mediaset and ZDF. It stars Rufus Sewell and Caterina Murino and is based on the Aurelio Zen detective novels by Michael Dibdin. The series was filmed on location in Italy, but the dialogue is in English. The series, which comprises three 90-minute films, was broadcast in the United Kingdom on Sunday evenings from 2 January 2011 on BBC One. The three films were based on the books Vendetta, Cabal and Ratking. The series was cancelled by BBC One in February 2011; BBC One controller Danny Cohen later said there were already enough male crime-fighters on TV. Left Bank, the show's producer, tried to find other broadcasters to fund another series but were unsuccessful.
Zen is the codename for an upcoming computer processor microarchitecture from AMD, expected for release in early 2017. Designed from scratch rather than being an overhaul of AMD's long-standing Bulldozer architecture, the 14 nm architecture and its new AM4 socket will be the basis of the upcoming generation of AMD's high-end CPUs codenamed "Summit Ridge" with availability starting in 2017. Zen derived Opteron server processors are expected in the second quarter of 2017, and Zen based APUs are expected to follow in the second half of 2017.
While the series of "Bristol Ridge" APUs, released in May 2016, was one last iteration of the Bulldozer architecture, it already utilized the AM4 socket, embracing DDR4 support. With the creation of Zen, the differences and issues present with previous sockets were removed due to Zen being more SoC-like in nature, making it possible to integrate a wide array of components and controllers (which would previously differentiate sockets) into the processors themselves, removing the need for different types of motherboards and sockets to support them and instead allowing Zen chips to be unified under a single AM4 socket.
Usage examples of "zen".
The heat on this day was the same at both the Zen temple in Amagasaki and the camp at Shimo Toba.
No man could look at her in the light, or feel her in the dark, and still keep his lance atilt for zina.
Third, Bruno himself stuck in said inn for the rest of the day while his passenger goes off with a young Austrian witness to pursue his investigations -finally cracks up under the dour cloud of graceless silence and the glares of loathing lasered his way by the locals, and finally freaks out completely at a cafe where he and Zen stop on the way back down the mountain, screaming action ably offensive abuse at the stocky, stolid Teutonic blockheads who have made his life and those of all his fellow recruits a misery for months on end.
He broke off as a party of about a doZen entered the establishment, laughing and chatting loudly, filed past Bruno and Zen and took their places at the large table that had been assembled at the back of the room.
The protrusions of natural rocks like Camelback Mountain and Squaw Peak to the north or South Mountain to the south turned the whole valley into a Zen garden maintained by giants.
The daybed may have been a rare work from the studio of wunderkind furniture designer Ben Zen, but as far as Samantha was concerned, it certainly put the longue in chaise.
Zen Buddhism shows up in the emphasis on hyperconscious awakening in the crewmembers.
British allies, defame the Zen and Kegon churches, and spout outlawed Communist propaganda all in three sentences.
Baghdad, and it was time for me to say farewell to all three of my zina partners: to Moth and Shams and my story-made Shams.
The story is set in China, when Buddhism had become popular over there and the Zen and Tendai sects were large and strong.
Security, the legendary Carl Linga William Eiheji, Zen archer, watercolorist, karate master, philosopher, former flyer, and flower arranger.
As for more mundane tests, we have a rather sophisticated Zener cards machine, and other similar devices based broadly on the work of J.
Five were the traditional Zener cards depicting circle, square, cross, star and waves.
According to their tradition Kashiapa, the first Zen patriarch, imparted the secret to Ananda, who in turn passed it on to successive patriarchs until it reached Bodhi-Dharma, the twenty-eighth.
The room is bare except for a central alcove in which, behind the altar, is a statue of Bodhi Dharma, the founder of the sect, or of Sakyamuni attended by Kashiapa and Ananda, the two earliest Zen patriarchs.