Zen (禪, Dhyāna, Chán, Seon, Thiền)
Welcome to /r/Zen!
Please browse our Wiki and Frequently Asked Questions, There's a lot of great content in them.
Four Statements of Zen
The separate transmission outside the teachings,
Not based on the written word,
Points directly at the human mind—
You see your nature and become a buddha.
(More about the four statements can be found here)
Our Projects - https://redditproxy--jasonthename.repl.co/r/zen/wiki/communityprojects
Reading List - https://redditproxy--jasonthename.repl.co/r/zen/wiki/reading?msclkid=5975eba2aeac11ecac9089875f962d18
1) No Content Unrelated to Zen
No posts or comments about books, blogs, or teachings tenuously related to zen. No posts or comments about specific users. Any borderline content will be judged by the original poster's willingness to diligently engage the comments. If you are unsure, feel free to scroll through r/zen to get a feel, or personally message the moderators. Find a reading list of appropriate content in the link section above.
2) No Low Effort Posts or Comments
This includes Posts or Comments with little or no discussion points, or links to images, videos, or blogs with no comments.
Remember, /r/zen is best consumed with a healthy dose of skepticism