JNAPAYA: ZEN BEFORE ZEN

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  • KONGO ZEN SHORINJI KEMPO

    BODHI DHARMAN MISSION CHINA

    TRANSMISSION OF SNAVAS JALA VIJNAPTI

    JNAPAYA | ZEN

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    PRESENTED BY : SENSEI MAXWELL JUDE

    STORY OF BODHI DHARUMAN

    JNAPAYA | ZEN

  • ABOUT SO DOSHIN

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    So Doshin (Family name: Nakano Michiomi), is the 21st successor of Northern Shaolin Temple, Hunan

    Province, China. It was Bodhi Dharma who appeared to him in a vision in post war Japan and was

    instrumental in the revival of the original teachings of Lord Buddha and led to the formation of Kongo

    Zen Shorinji Kempo

  • ABOUT SO DOSHIN

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    So Doshin seen the inscription on the two paintings of Shaolin Temple which read as Tenjiku Nara No

    Kaku. Tenjiku is the Chinese word to refer to India and it meant Heaven. Nara no Kaku in Chinese

    meant as Fighting art. Therefore, Tenjiku nara no kaku means, The fighting art that came from

    Heaven.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    Tenjiku in India is known as Kailash; The heaven of Shiva. It has a very special meaning as it denotes to

    the Kailasanathar Temple in Kanchi, also known as Kanchipuram. The city was famous for advanced

    Buddhist education between the 1st and 5th centuries.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    The study of the "mind-thoughts-perceptions" is termed as "VIJNAPTI". The concept of an illusionary world,

    ideation-only world, is explained by this term in great depth and forms the basis of Cognitive therapy in

    ancient tantric- buddhist healing system.. The word TanTra is from Tanati which means expansion

    and Trayati which means liberation. Thus TanTra means to expand the mind and liberate oneself.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    Vijnapti is a technical term in Vijnanavada philosophy and widely propagated by the Indian Buddhist

    monk Vasubandhu, in 4th century A.D. The word Vijnapti comes from the word Jnana+Payarchi

    (Wisdom Training). When strung together it is called Jnapaya, where the root jna means to know.

    vi+jnapaya means "to cause to know" or simply put "to instruct.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    The instruction given in Vijnanavada Philosophy concerned the Spiritual+Mental+Physical practices for

    self realization. This Tantric teaching came to be known as Raja Yoga. Rajan+Su=Rajansu=which

    means in King, Vrksa+bhis=vrksaih=which means by trees. Thus when you combine

    Rajansu+Vrksaih=it forms the word Rajaih. Rajaih means, other rules to block free supply of new

    inputs to mind. Yoga treatises identify this cerebrospinal tree as having seven centers. The

    seven centers are divinely planned exits or trap doors through which the soul has descended

    into the body and through which it must reascend by a process of meditation.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    Dharuman, The 3rd prince of King Suganda of Kanchi, grew up in this tradition of Vijnanavada and was

    an adept in Jnapaya. He was commissioned by the Kanchi Buddhist University to China, to introduce

    Jnapaya (practice of Wisdom). Thus he was called Bodhi Dharuman (Teacher of Wisdom). Bodhi

    Dharumans teachings to the Chinese Buddhist monks are known as Snavas Jala Vijnapti.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    Snavas Jala Vijnapti. Snavas means very fine. Jala means network. Vijnapti means to To instruct in

    Wisdom. Thus it means to instruct in the wisdom concerning very fine networks of the human body.

    The subtle powers in the astral body are what build, maintain, and enliven the gross physical form;

    these powers consist of: intelligence (buddhi), feeling (chitta), mind (manas, sense consciousness),

    ego (asmita); five instruments of knowledge; five instruments of action; and five instruments of Prana.

  • KANCHI JNAPAYA

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    Bodhi Dharuman, through the teachings of Snavas Jala Vijnapti, imparted sacred knowledge and training

    in the path of Self Realization. Study of Meridians was categorized as per the causal, subtle and

    physical body. The Causal body meridians are called Snavas Naadis. The Subtle or Astral body

    meridians are called Sira naadis. The Physical body meridians are called Dhamani naadis.

  • KANDHA MANDHA YOGA

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  • KANDHA MANDHA YOGA

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  • KANDHA MANDHA YOGA

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    The above paradigm existed and flourished around 10,000 years B.C. and known in Tantric culture of

    Ancient Indian Yoga. This paradigm was called Kandha Mandha Yoga. Kandha refers to divisions of

    the human body; also means To destroy. Mandha means to create. Thus Kandha Mandha Yoga is

    an ancient healing science that involved destruction of human miseries and creation of harmony in

    man. Lord Jesus referred to this science, refer Bible: Mathew 18: 8, 9

  • KANDHA MANDHA YOGA

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    The Buddha also adhered to this science in his Spiritual Martial Training that inculcated the use of

    Meridians and Acupoints for performing Kandha of Kandha Mandha Yoga. The science of destruction

    (Kandha Yoga) involved disconnecting the Ki energy from the 5 senses and withdrawing the same into

    the Cerebro-spinal centers. The Buddha used a superior form of Mediation (Mandha Yoga) to recall

    mans true identity which is pure and divine.

  • KANDHA MANDHA YOGA

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    Bodhidharma , left his native Kanchi, South India, to restore the very same Kandha Mandha Yoga which

    was lost after Buddhas passing. Kaiso Doshin So, the 21st successor of Shaolin Temple, knew of this

    science and tradition for certain. Being a true Saint and disciple of Lord Buddha, Kaiso Doshin So,

    followed in the foot-steps of his Guru Bodhi Dharuman, who appeared in a vision to Kaiso Doshin So.

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