Guanyin or Chenrezig (Tibetan)
(Zen Master) DOGEN ZENJI'S (1200-1253) (道元禅師)
(Gender Inclusive) STUDIES OF THE WAY (學道)
96-Fascicle SHOBOGENZO (正法眼蔵) "Treasury of the True Dharma Eye"
also selections from EIHEI KOROKU (永平広録), & Other Writings
Alphabetical Index of Selected Translations & Commentary
(with links to citations & photo illustrations)
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Although he taught in the early 13th Century in Old Japan, Dogen Zenji respected, included and invited women most enthusiastically to become masters of Zen, offering his teachings to women and men alike, lay and monastic alike. Thus in the Shushogi, Dogen states emphatically: "One of the greatest teachings of Buddhism is its insistence upon the complete equality of the sexes." All trainees, regardless of gender, were encouraged to attend the three-month summer retreat, as Dogen makes clear in the Ango. He also included historical women practitioners, saints and everyday women followers in the context of various teachings. His expression, "someone," or "anyone," the "ordinary person," was always meant to be gender-inclusive. Dogen quotes Joshu (in the Gyoji) as saying, "If I meet someone who is superior to me, even if she is a seven-year-old girl, I will ask her for the Way, and even if he is a hundred-year-old man, if he is my inferior, I will teach him." Likewise in the Raihai Tokuzui, Dogen says: "It is irrelevant whether a guide has male or female characteristics, and the like: what counts is that the guide be a being of virtue, of thusness." Thus, as translator Hee Jin Kim notes, Dogen ridicules any Buddhist practice of "no admittance to women" (nyonin-kinzei) as a laughable matter in Japan. (Scroll down to see teacher photos, including many contemporary women Zen masters.)
For brief terminology definitions, see the Oxford Dictionary of Buddhism
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Recommended on Dogen, Women & Zen:
Receiving the Marrow, Teachings on Dogen by Soto Zen Women Priests
Listen to Abbess Jiyu-Kennett's talk on Zen Training (mp3)
Online Dharma Talks by R. M. Meian Elbert, Abbess
Zen is Eternal Life (& also Roar of the Tigress, Vol II, by Jiyu-Kennett)
Impermanence is Buddha Nature (& other books of commentary by Joan Stambaugh)
Dokusan with Dogen (life-path commentary by Barbara Verkuilen)
__ __ __ __
And in the Shobogenzo, see especially Dogen's:
Shushogi | Raihai Tokuzui | Katto | Gyoji | Shin Fukatoku
Kankin | Den'e | Kesa Kudoku | Gakudo Yujin-Shu
For intro to Dogen's ecospirituality and non-anthropocentrism, see:
Keisei-Sanshoku | Sansui-Kyo | Kobutsu-Shin | Bussho | citations (offsite)

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"Not limited by language
It is ceaselessly expressed.
Thus too, the Way
Of letters — able to display
And yet never exhaust it."
~ Dogen Zenji  
 
(Note: Dogen's Sino-Japanese titles have a variety of names in English translations.
Composition dates below, acc. to Kazuaki Tanahashi's 96 Fascicle Version)


安居
Ango (1245)
      Practice Period | citation ( I —Monk, Nun, Layman, or Laywoman)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #79, p.724), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Summer Retreat | citation (cavern in space) 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Retreat 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Practice Period 
_______(d) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
The Training Period 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Dogen's Eiheiji, Gate


阿羅漢
Arakan (1242)
      Arhat
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #35, p.404), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Arhat | citation (stone wall Buddha voices)  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Arhat 
_______(c) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by S. Weinstein
The Arhat 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Arhat 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


梅華
Baika (Baike) (Baige) (1243)
      Plum Blossoms | citation (insects, etc., benefit from dharma)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye (96 fascicles, #59, p.581), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Plum Blossoms 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Plum Blossom | citation (plum blossom, boggling the mind) 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Plum Blossoms 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Plum Flowers 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Zenji Jiyu-Kennett, Abbess (法雲慈友禪師)

辨道法
Bendoho (1244-1246, "at Daibutsuji")  
      How to Train in Buddhism 
_______(a) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Model for Engaging the Way 
_______(b) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community, Leighton & Okumura


Zenkei Blanche Hartman, Sensei


辨道話
Bendowa (1231)
      On the Endeavor of the Way
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #1, p.3), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
On the Endeavor of the Way | citation (zazen way) 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
On Doing One's Utmost Practicing the Way of the Buddha | citation (ferrying) 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Talk on Wholehearted Practice of the Way 
_______(d) The Whole Hearted Way, tr. by Taigen Dan Leighton & Shohaku Okamura
A Talk on Wholehearted Practice of the Way | citation (love letter to zazen) 
_______(e) Selections, Commentary by Zenkei Blanche Hartman,
from Dogen Zen and Its Relevance for Our Time (tr. S. Okumura)
Negotiating the Way (llfe-path commentary)  
_______(f) Dokusan with Dogen: Timeless Lessons in Negotiating the Way by Barbara Verkuilen
Dancing the Dharma (Selections, Commentary) | citation (dancing the dharma) 
_______(g) Receiving the Marrow, Teijo Munnich, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Bendowa (with Tanahashi translation) | commentary (gender & class equality) 
_______(h) Introduction to Receiving the Marrow, by Eido Frances Carney
A Story of Buddhist Practice 
_______(i) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Talk on the Practice of the Way | citation (original ground) 
_______(j) Shikantaza, An Introduction to Zazen, tr. by Shohaku Okumura
A Talk about Pursuing the Truth 
_______(k) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Discourse on the Practice of the Way (Commentary) | citation (dualities realized) 
_______(l) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), Hee-Jin Kim
Negotiating the Way 
_______(m) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
Lecture on Training 
_______(n) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Bendowa by Dogen 
_______(o) The Soto Approach to Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
A Talk on Exerting the Way 
_______(p) White Wind, tr. by Anzan Hoshin roshi & Yasuda Joshu Dainen roshi
On Doing One's Utmost in Practicing the Way of Buddha | citation (lay woman dragon) 
_______(q) Shobogenzo, tr. by Hubert Nearman, Shasta Abbey



Rev. Teijo Munnich, Zen Abbess

菩提薩埵四摂法

Bodaisatta Shishobo (Bodaisatta Shisho-Ho) (1243)
      The Bodhisattva's Four Methods of Guidance
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #46, p.473), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Bodhisattva's Four Methods of Guidance  | citation (saving turtles & sparrows)
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Four Exemplary Acts of a Bodhisattva 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Four Virtues of a Bodhisattva (Commentary)
_______(d) Zen Women by Grace Schireson
Four Elements of a Bodhisattva's Social Relations 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Four Integrative Methods of Bodhisattvas 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Bodaisatta-Shisho-Bo (selections, commentary) | citation (comprehensive compassion) 
_______(g) Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
The Four Ways a Bodhisattva Acts to Benefit Human Beings 
_______(h) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


Kazuaki Tanahashi, Sensei

佛向上事
Bukkojoji (75-Fascicle Version) (Butsu-Kojo-no-Ji) (1242)
      Going Beyond Buddha | citation (each part=whole)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #29, p.315), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Going Beyond Buddha 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Process of Going Beyond the Buddha (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Experiencing That Which Is Above and Beyond Buddhahood 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Training After Realization | citation (beyond grasping) 
_______(e) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Going Beyond the Buddha (Commentary) | citation (beyond meta-anything)  
_______(f) The Formless Self, by Joan Stambaugh
Going Beyond Buddha (Selections, Commentary) | citation (inaudible in the audible) 
_______(g) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), Hee-Jin Kim
Beyond Buddha 
_______(h) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
The Matter of the Ascendant State of Buddha 
_______(i) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Continuous Development beyond Buddha 
_______(j) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


佛向上事
Bukkojoji (28-Fascicle Version) (Butsu-Kojo-no-Ji)
      The Matter of the Ascendant State of Buddha | citation (Guanyin) 
_______(a) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


佛經
Bukkyo (Sutras) (1243)
      Buddha Sutras
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #53, p.537), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Buddhist Scriptures | citation (Hannyatara) | citation (bodhi tree)  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Buddhist Sutras 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Bukkyo 
_______(d) Selections & Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
The Buddhist Sutras | citation (cosmic sutras)  
_______(e) Selections, Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004) by Hee-Jin Kim
The Buddha's Sutras 
_______(f) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
The Buddhist Sutras 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


佛教
Bukkyo (Teachings) (1241)
      The Buddha's Teaching
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #25, p.276), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
What the Buddha Taught 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Buddha's Teaching 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Buddhist Teaching 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens

Venerable Thubten Chodron Thubten Chodron
Ven. Thubten Chodron, Tibetan Buddhist Abbess

佛性
Bussho (1241)
      Buddha Nature
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #23, p.234), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Buddha Nature (selections) | citation (buddha-nature identity) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Buddha Nature 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Buddha Nature 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Buddha Nature (Commentary) 
_______(e) Dogen, Deep Ecology and the Ecological Self, by Deane Curtin
Buddha-Nature 
_______(f) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
Buddha Nature (various citations, commentary) 
_______(g) The Formless Self, Joan Stambaugh
Buddha-Nature (various citations, commentary) 
_______(h) Impermanence is Buddha-Nature, Joan Stambaugh
Buddha-Nature 
_______(i) Selections, Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
Buddha-Nature | citation (acting out buddha nature) 
_______(j) Selections, Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004) by Hee-Jin Kim
Buddha-nature | citation (environment as teacher)  
_______(k) The Japanese Arts & Self-Cultivation, R. E. Carter and E. Deutsch
Buddha-Nature 
_______(l) Selections, Commentary, Zen Enlightenment, Heinrich Dumoulin


佛祖
Busso (1241)
      Buddha Ancestors
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #16, p.165), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Buddhas and Patriarchs  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Buddha Ancestors  | citation (bringing forth old buddhas)
_______(c) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Buddhas and the Ancestors 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Buddhist Patriarchs 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


佛道
Butsudo (1243)
      The Buddha Way
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #50, p.501), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Way of the Buddha 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Way of the Buddha | citation (the way merely arrives) 
_______(c) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Buddhist Truth 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Buddhist Way 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


知事清規
Chiji Shingi (Eihei-ji Chiji Shingi) (1246)
      CONTENTS
監院 Kan-in (Drector)
維那 Ino (Supervisor of Monks)
典座 Tenzo (Chief Cook)
直歳 Shissui (Work Leader)
Pure Standards for the Temple Adminsitrators 
_______(a) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community (Eihei Shinji),
 tr. by Taigen Daniel Leighton & S. Okumura
Guidelines for Officers of the Eihei Monastery 
_______(b) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi


大悟
Daigo (1242, rev. 1243)
      Great Enlightenment
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #27, p.296), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Great Enlightenment (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Great Enlightenment (Selections & Commentary) | citation (foci not polarities)  
_______(c) Dogen on Meditation and Thinking (Ch.1), tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Great Realization 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Great Awakening 
_______(e) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
Great Realization (Selections, Commentary) | citation (playing in the mud) 
_______(f) Receiving the Marrow, Bakurin Judith Ragir, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Great Realization 
_______(g) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Great Enlightenment 
_______(h) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
Great Understanding 
_______(i) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Great Enlightenment 
_______(j) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


大修行
Daishugyo / Dai-Shugyo (1244)
      Great Practice
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #76, p.705), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Great Practice 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Great Practice of the Way 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Great Practice 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


陀羅尼
Darani (Dharini) (1243)
      Dharani
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #56, p.563), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Invocations: What We Offer to the Buddhas and Ancestors 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Dharani 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Mystic Formula 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


傳衣
Den'e (1240)
      Transmitting the Robe
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #14, p.136), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Transmission of the Kesa | citation (robe of enlightenment) 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Transmission of the Robe 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Transmission of the Kesa 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


道元禅師和歌集
Dogen Zenji Wakashu 
      The comings and goings
Of the waterfowl
Leave no trace
Yet the paths it follows
Are never forgotten
~ Dogen Zenji (1200-1253)

Waka Poems [by Dogen] (selections) | citation (15-J & 62-J, traces disappear) 
_______(a) Moon in a Dewdrop, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Waka Poems [by Dogen] (selections) | citation (15-J & 19-J, waterfowl, boats) 
_______(b) The Enlightened Heart, ed. by Stephen Mitchell
Waka Poem [by Dogen] (with Commentary) | citation (61-J, waterfowl, empty drops) 
_______(c) Buddha Nature by Sallie B. King
Waka Poems [by Dogen] (selections) | citation ( 9-J & 14-J, high rocks) 
_______(d) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Zen Poetry of Dogen (Complete Wakashu) 
_______(e) Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace, tr. by Steven Heine | (et al)
   GROUP 1 (The Final Journey) (1-J—2-J) 
   GROUP 2 (Five Poems on the Lotus Sutra) (3-J—7-J) | citation (marketplace dharma)
   GROUP 3 (The First Snowfall) (8-J) | citation (winter dreams)
   GROUP 4 (Doctrinal Poems) (9-J—20-J) citation (ice crystal) | citation (duck dive)
   GROUP 5 (Poems from a Grass Hut) (21-J—53-J)
   GROUP 6 (Supplementary Poems) (54-J—63-J)



道心 (佛道)
Doshin (Butsudo)
      Heart of the Way
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #94, p.886), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Mind's Search for Truth 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Will to the Truths 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


道得
Dotoku (1242)
      Expressions
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #40, p.439), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Expressing What One Has Realized | citation (monastic presence) 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Expression | citation (grass hut) 
_______(c) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
Expressing the Truth 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Speaking of the Way 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Expression | citation (what the Way expresses) 
_______(f) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (selections, commentary) by Hee-Jin Kim
Expression | citation (living language) 
_______(g) Dogen on Meditation & Thinking (selections, commentary), Hee-Jin Kim


Taigen Dan Leighton, Sensei

永平広録
DOGEN'S EXTENSIVE RECORD
___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Eihei Koroku (1223-1253)
      Dogen's Extensive Record [Complete, originally 10 Vols. listed separately below] 
_______(a) A Translation of the Eihei Koroku , by Taigen Dan Leighton & Shohaku Okamura
Universal Book of Eternal Peace, Selections from the Eihei Koroku 
_______(b) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Eternal Peace (selections)  
_______(c) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Informal Talks (selections)   
_______(d) Timeless Spring: Soto Zen Anthology by Thomas Cleary
The Record of Dogen's Later Period at Eihei-ji (selections) 
_______(e) The Zen Canon: Understanding the Classic Texts, tr. by
Steven Heine, Dale S. Wright

Poems (selections)  
_______(f) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Poems (selections)  
_______(g) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Zen Poems of Dogen  
_______(h) Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace, tr. by Steven Heine


永平広録 (一)
Eihei Koroku (Volume One, JODO) (1236-1243)
      Koshoji Goroku
(Recorded Sayings of the Founder of Koshoji)
(Collected by Senne, Attendant of Dogen Zenji)
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #001-010
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #011-020
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #021-030
     
citation from #029 (on white flowers all unalike)
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #031-040
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #041-050
     
citation from #046 (skin, flesh, bones, marrow)
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #051-060
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #061-070
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #071-080
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #081-090
     
citation from #090 (on New Year Blossoms)
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #091-100
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #101-110
EK 1 Dharma Hall Discourse #111-126



永平広録 (二)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Two, JODO) (1245-1246)
      Daibutsu Goroku (Recorded Sayings of the Founder of Daibutsuji)
Collected by Ejo, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #127-130
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #131-140
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #141-150
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #151-160
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #161-170
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #171-180
EK 2 Dharma Hall Discourse #181-184



永平広録 (三)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Three, JODO) (1246-1248)
      Eihei Zenji Goroku (Recorded Sayings at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Ejo, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #185-190
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #191-200
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #211-230
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #231-240
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #241-250
EK 3 Dharma Hall Discourse #251-257



永平広録 (四)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Four, JODO) (1248-1249)
      Eihei Zenji Goroku (Recorded Sayings at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Ejo, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #258-260
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #261-270
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #271-280
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #281-290
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #291-300
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #301-310
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #311-320
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #321-330
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #331-340
     
citation from #336 (Transcribing Dharma)
EK 4 Dharma Hall Discourse #341-345



永平広録 (五)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Five, JODO) (1249-1251)
      Eihei Zenji Goroku (Recorded Sayings at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Gien, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #346-350
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #351-360
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #361-370
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #371-380
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #381-390
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #391-400
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #401-410
EK 5 Dharma Hall Discourse #411-413



永平広録 (六)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Six, JODO) (1251)
      Eihei Zenji Goroku (Recorded Sayings at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Gien, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #414-420
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #421-430
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #431-440
     
citation from #431 (five-flower Buddha Nature)
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #441-450
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #451-460
EK 6 Dharma Hall Discourse #461-470



永平広録 (七)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Seven, JODO) (1251-1252)
      Eihei Zenji Goroku (Recorded Sayings at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Gien, Attendant of Dogen Zenji
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #471-480
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #481-490
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #491-500
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #501-510
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #511-520
      citation from #518 (on circles protected & cared for)
EK 7 Dharma Hall Discourse #521-531



永平広録 (八)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Eight) (1245-1246)
      Eshu Eihei Zenji Dogen Osho Shosan
(Master Dogen's Informal Talks at Eiheiji Temple)
Collected by Ejo, Attendant of Dogen Zenji & Others
__ __ __
SHOSAN (Informal Meetings)
(talks for discussion given in Dogen's Quarters)

#01 [The Suchness of Grasping and Letting Go]
#02 [Dwelling Thoroughly in the Mountains]
#03 [The Dynamic Relationship of Ancient & Present]
#04 [Nine Times Nine in the Deep Snow]
#05 [A Great Dojo]
#06 [Our Temple is Great Awakening]
#07 [A Complete Dharma Year]
#08 [Ninety Days of Great Peace]
#09 [The Meaning of the Green Pine]
#10 [Informal Meeting at New Year's Eve]
#11 [For the Love of Buddha's Lively Eyes]
#12 [The Nectar within Forms and Rituals]
#13 [Returning to the Source]
#14 [The Solid Rock at the Gate]
#15 [Transmitting the Jewels of Yaoshan's Words]
#16 [Renewing Laughter]
#17 [Clouds & Waters Meet Equally with Clouds & Waters]
#18 [Kind Hearts in Deep Snow]
#19 [Sitting Upright like Bamboo]


Bamboo Mudra, Great Tree Zen Temple, Teijo Munnich, Abbess
__ __ __
HOGO (Dharma Words) 

#01 [Awakening to the Marketplace]
#02 [Traveling Through the Great Way]
#03 [The Function of Half-Turning]
#04 [The Inexpressible Dharma]
#05 [The Active Verification of Play in Samadhi]
#06 [The Devoted Effort of a Work Leader]
#07 [Enlightenment Refreshed at Work]
#08 [Golden Fish Freed from the Hook]
#09 [The Vital Stream of "Mind Itself is Buddha"]
#10 [Healing the Whole Body]
#11 [Verification, Practice, & Expounding are One & the Same]
#12 [Taking the Flower of the Ancient Buddhas]
#13 [Young Mind of an Ancient Buddha]
#14 [Good Teachers for Lay Practitioners]

__ __ __
FUKANZAZENGI (separate listing )



永平広録 (九)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Nine, JUKO) (from 1236)
      Dogen Osho Juko (Master Dogen's Verses Praising Ancient Koans [公案])
Collected by Senne, Attendant of Dogen Zenji & Others
Geju Verses #001-005
Geju Verses #006-010
Geju Verses #011-015
Geju Verses #016-020
Geju Verses #021-025
Geju Verses #026-030
Geju Verses #031-035
Geju Verses #036-040
Geju Verses #041-045
Geju Verses #046-050
Geju Verses #051-055
Geju Verses #056-060
Geju Verses #061-065
Geju Verses #066-070
Geju Verses #071-075
Geju Verses #076-080
Geju Verses #081-085
Geju Verses #086-090



永平広録 (十)
Eihei Koroku (Volume Ten) (1223-1253)
      Dogen Osho Shinsan, Jisan, and Geju
Collected by Senne, Attendant of Dogen Zenji & Others
SHINSAN ( Master Dogen's Verses of Praise on Portraits) 
Shinsan Verses #001-005
JISAN (Master Dogen's Verses of Praise on Portraits of Himself) 
Jisan Verses #001-005
Jisan Verses #006-010
Jisan Verses #011-015
Jisan Verses #016-020
GEJU (Master Dogen's Assorted Verses) 
Geju Verses #001-005
Geju Verses #006-010
Geju Verses #011-015
Geju Verses #016-020
Geju Verses #021-025
Geju Verses #026-030
Geju Verses #031-035
Geju Verses #036-040
Geju Verses #041-045
Geju Verses #046-050
Geju Verses #051-055
Geju Verses #056-060
Geju Verses #061-065
Geju Verses #066-070
Geju Verses #071-075
Geju Verses #076-080
Geju Verses #081-085
Geju Verses #086-090
Geju Verses #091-095
Geju Verses #096-100
Geju Verses #101-105
Geju Verses #106-110
Geju Verses #111-115
Geju Verses #116-120
Geju Verses #121-125


永平清規
Eihei Shingi
      CONTENTS
Tenzokyokun (典座教訓) (separate listing)
Bendoho (弁道法) (separate listing)
Fushukuhanpo (赴粥飯法) (separate listing)
Taitaiko Gogejariho (対大己五夏闍梨法) (separate listing)
Shuryo Shingi (衆寮清規) (separate listing)
Chiji Shingi (知事清規) (separate listing)

Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community 
_______(a) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community, Leighton & Okumura

普勧坐禅儀
Fukan Zazengi (1227 & later edited)
      Recommending Zazen to All People | citation (just this)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #App. I, p.907), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
A Universal Recommendation for Zazen | citation (zazen not step-by-step) 
_______(b) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
General Recommendations for Doing Zazen 
_______(c) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Universally Recommended Instructions for Zazen 
_______(d) Soto School Scriptures, Soto Zen Text Project
Universal Promotion of the Principles of Zazen 
_______(e) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
Recommending Zazen to All People  
_______(f) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Recommending Zazen to All People  
_______(g) Beyond Thinking, ed, by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Principles of Seated Meditation 
_______(h) On Zen Practice (tr. Carl Bielefeldt), ed. Maezumi & Glassman
Universally Recommended Instructions for Zazen  
_______(i) A Translation of the Eihei Koroku (Vol. 8), by Leighton & Okumura
Commentary on Fukanzazengi 
_______(j) by Hakuyu Taizan Maezumi, Art of Just Sitting, ed. by J. D. Loori
Rules for Meditation | citation (not rubbing one part of an elephant) 
_______(k) An Introduction to the Tradition of Serene Reflection Meditation,
by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Fukanzazengi 
_______(l) The Soto Approach to Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
Universal Guide to the Standard Method of Zazen 
_______(m) Master Dogen's Shinji Shobogenzo (Bk 1), tr. by Gudo Nishijima

Portrait of Gertrude Stein (detail), 1906, by Pablo Picasso
Fukanzazengi (Commentary on Dogen Zenji & Gertrude Stein) | citation (Why the question?) 
_______(n) Impermanence is Buddha-nature, by Joan Stambaugh
Fukanzazengi 
_______(o) Zen: Simply Sitting: A Zen Monk's Commentary by Philippe Coupe
The Way of Zazen Recommended to Everyone 
_______(p) Shikantaza, An Introduction to Zazen, tr. by Shohaku Okumura
How Everyone Can Sit 
_______(q) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen


赴粥飯法
Fushuku-hampo (Fushukuhampo)
      Meal-Time Regulations 
_______(a) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Dharma for Taking Food 
_______(b) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community (Eihei Shinji),
tr. by Taigen Daniel Leighton & S. Okumura
How to Use Your Bowls 
_______(c) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen


畫餅
Gabyo (1242)
      Painting of a Rice Cake
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #41, p.444), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Painting of a Rice Cake 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Pictured Cakes (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
A Painting of a Rice Cake 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
A Picture of a Rice Cake | citation (enlightenment all one, all different) 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
A Painting of a Rice Cake - Living Beyond Buddha | citation (karma twists and turns) 
_______(f) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
A Painting of a Rice Cake | citation (tall bamboo) 
_______(g) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
A Picture of Rice Cake 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Painted Rice Cakes 
_______(i) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen


Zenji Jiyu-Kennett, Abbess (法雲慈友禪師)


學道用心集
Gakudo Yojin-shu (1234)
      Guidelines for Studying the Way 
_______(a) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Points to Watch in Buddhist Training 
_______(b) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Important Aspects of Zazen  | citation (Priestess Teijô)
_______(c) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
             Inner Chapter Titles: (1) Necessity for the Desire for the Way (2) The Necessity of Training for Truth (3) The Necessity of Constantly Practicing the Way in Order to Realize Enlightenment (4) The Necessity of Selfless Training (5) The Necessity of Finding a True Teacher (6) The Necessity of Being Aware During Zazen (7) The Necessity for Zazen when Training to be Truly Free (8) How a Zen Trainee Should Behave (9) The Necessity of Training in Order to Attain the Way of Buddhism (10) The Receiving of Direct Teaching
Important Things to Understand in Training 
_______(d) Dharma Talk (6 sessions online) by Rev. Master Meian Elbert, Abbess


Rev. Master Meian Elbert, Abbess, Shasta Abbey

眼睛
Ganzei (1243)
      Eyeball
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #63, p.615), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Eye of a Buddha 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Eye-Pupil 
_______(c) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
Eyes 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Enlightened Vision 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Toni Packer and Roshi Enkyo, Sensei


現成公案
Genjo Koan (1233, rev. 1252)
      Actualizing the Fundamental Point
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #3, p.29), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Actualizing the Fundamental Point 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
(revised and republished in Tanahashi's Enlightenment Unfolds)
The Realization-koan (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Koan Realized in Life (Selections, Commentary) 
_______(d) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), Hee-Jin Kim
Genjo Koan 
_______(e) The Formless Self, Joan Stambaugh (citations, commentary)
Genjokoan (Commentary) | citation (firewood & changing world)  
_______(f) The Silent Question by Toni Packer
Actualizing the Fundamental Point (llfe-path Commentary) | citation (Zohar / Radiance) 
_______(g) Dokusan with Dogen: Timeless Lessons in Negotiating the Way by Barbara Verkuilen
Genjokoan (Selections and Commentary) | citation (ox in search of an ox) 
_______(h) The Oxherder: A Zen Parable Illustrated, Stephanie Wada

Otagaki Rengetsu 
Otagaki Rengetsu (太田垣蓮月) (1791-1875)

Practically Getting the Point | citation (after a snow storm)  
_______(i) Lotus Moon: Poetry of Buddhist Nun Rengetsu (tr. by John Stevens)
with afterword by Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei
Manifesting Absolute Reality 
_______(j) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
The Actualization of Enlightenment 
_______(k) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Genjo Koan (Commentary) 
_______(l) Dogen, Deep Ecology and the Ecological Self, by Deane Curtin
The Realized Universe 
_______(m) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Issue at Hand 
_______(n) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Genjokoan (Commentary) 
_______(o) Mind of Clover: Gandhi, Dogen and Deep Ecology, by Robert Aitken
The Way of Everyday Life 
_______(p) On Zen Practice, Taizan Maezumi & Bernie Glassman
The Problem of Everyday Life | citation (why use a fan?) 
_______(q) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Genjokoan (Commentary) | citation (liberation and ritual practice) 
_______(r) Bonds of Civility by Eiko Ikegami
The Spiritual Question as It Manifests Before Your Very Eyes  
_______(s) All is One and All is Different, Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi

The Spiritual Question as It Manifests Before Your Very Eyes 
_______(t) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Genjokoan (Commentary) 
_______(u) Zen Action, Zen Person, by Thomas P. Kasulis
Genjo Koan (Commentary) | citation (doing not doing) 
_______(v) What Is Zen? by Alan Watts
Genjokoan 
_______(w) Flowers fall : a commentary on Dogen's Genjokoan, by
Hakuun Yasutani, tr. by Paul Jaffe
Genjo Koan 
_______(x) The Soto Approach to Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
The Actualization of Enlightenment 
_______(y) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Question of Our Lives | citation (watching the shore)  
_______(z) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen



Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei

行佛威儀
Gyobutsu Iigi (1241)
      Awesome Presence of Active Buddhas
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #24, p.260), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Majestic Bearing of the Enactment-buddha | citation (transformative activity) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness (selections), tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Everyday Behavior of a Buddha Doing His Practice 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Always Becoming Buddha (Commentary) 
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Dignified Behavior of Acting Buddha 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Awesome Presence of Active Buddhas 
_______(f) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
To Train Oneself in the Buddha Way and Take on the Character of Buddha 
_______(g) Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi


行持 (上)
Gyoji (Upper) (1243)
      Continuous Practice (Part One)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #31a, p.332), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Ceaseless Practice 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Activity Unremtting (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim | citation (showing vs. telling)
Ceaseless Practice Part One 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens
Continuous Practice | citation (age, gender, no barriers) 
_______(e) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Activity Unremitting (Commentary) 
_______(f) The Formless Self, by Joan Stambaugh
Continuous Practice, Fascicle One | citation (circle of the way)  
_______(g) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
[Pure] Conduct and Observance [of Precepts] - Part 1 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Manifesting Suchness 
_______(i) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe


Martine Batchelor (former Buddhist nun)

行持 (下)
Gyoji (Lower) (1243)
      Continuous Practice (Part Two)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #31b, p.354), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Ceaseless Practice 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Activity Unremtting (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Ceaseless Practice Part Two 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens
Continuous Practice, Fascicle Two 
_______(e) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi | citation (real merits) 
[Pure] Conduct and Observance [of Precepts] - Part 2 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


Wendy Egyoku Nakao, Abbess

八大人覚
Hachi Dainingaku (1253)
      Eight Awakenings of Great Beings
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #84, p.771), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Eight Realizations of a Great One  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Eight Aspects of Enlightenment 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
The Eight Awarenesses of Great People 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Eight Awakenings of Great Beings 
_______(e) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Eight Truths of a Great Human Being 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Eight Awarenesses of the Enlightened Person 
_______(g) The Hazy Moon of Enlightenment, Maezumi & Glassman,
tr. by Taizan Maezumi & Francis Cook


柏樹子
Hakujushi (1242)
      Cypress Tree
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #36, p.409), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Cypress Tree 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Cypress Tree (bilingual) | citation (fuel from cow dung) 
_______(c) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
Cedar Trees 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Oak Tree 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


偏參
Henzan (Hensan) (1243)
      All-Inclusive Study
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #62, p.609), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
All-Inclusive Study 
_______(a) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Seeking One's Master Far and Wide 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Thorough Exploration 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Extensive Study (Bilingual) 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
Direct Study under a Master 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Beate Genko Stolte, Sensei

法華轉法華
Hokke Ten Hokke (1241)
      Dharma Blossoms Turn Dharma Blossoms
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #18, p.180), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Flowering of the Dharma Sets the Dharma's Flowering in Motion 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by H. Nearman | Jiyu-Kennett dharma talk
The Lotus Flower of the Dharma | citation (outside time) 
_______(c) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Flower of Dharma Turns the Flower of Dharma 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


宝慶記
Hokyo-ki (1226)
      Journal of My Study in China 
_______(a) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Hokyo-ki (Record of the Pao-ching Era) 
_______(b) Dogen's Formative Years in China, tr. by Takashi James Kodera
Hokyo-ki (i.e., dialogues with Nyojô)
_______(c) The Essence of Dogen, by Masanobu Tanahashi (Commentary)


法性
Hossho (1243)
      Dharma Nature
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #55, p.558), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The True Nature of All Things 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Nature of Things 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
The Dharma-nature 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Dharmata, the real nature of phenomena 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


發菩提心
Hotsu Bodai Shin (1244)
      Arousing the Aspiration for Enlightenment
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #70, p.655), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Giving Rise to the Enlightened Mind 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Awakening to the Bodhi-mind 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Bringing Forth the Mind of Bodhi (Bilingual) | citation (deep, broad, boundless) 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
Awakening the Buddha-Seeking Mind 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens
Bringing Forth the Mind of Bodhi | citation (Heraclitus, rivers) 
_______(f) Impermanence is Buddha-nature, by Joan Stambaugh
Establishment of the Bodhi-mind 
_______(g) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


發無上心
Hotsu Mujo Shin
      Arousing the Aspiration for the Unsurpassable
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #69), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Arousing the Supreme Thought 
_______(b) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Giving Rise to the Unsurpassed Mind 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Bringing Forth the Mind of Bodhi 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
Establishment of the Will to the Supreme 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Awakening the Unsurpassed Mind  
_______(f) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Developing the Supreme Mind 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), tr. by Nishiyama & Stevens
Awakening the Supreme Mind | citation (self-awakening) 
_______(h) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (selections) tr. by Hee-Jin Kim


鉢盂
Hou (Hatsu'u) (Hatsuu) (1245)
      Eating Bowl
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #78, p.721), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Alms Bowl (A Monk's Bowl) 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Mendicant Bowl 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Patra 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


一顆明珠
Ikka Myoju (1238)
      One Bright Pearl
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #4, p.34), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
One Bright Jewel (Selections, Commentary) | citation (perfect roundness)  
_______(b) Receiving the Marrow (Teachings on Dogen by Soto Zen Women Priests)
(essay by Shotai de la Rosa, ed. by Eido Frances Carney)

The Luminous Pearl (selections) | citation (no worries, still bright) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The One Bright Pearl 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
One Bright Pearl 
_______(e) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
One Bright Jewel 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
One Bright Pearl 
_______(g) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
One Bright Pearl 
_______(h) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
One Bright Pearl 
_______(i) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
One Bright Pearl 
_______(j) A New Zen Reader, ed. N. Foster & J. Shoemaker, tr. Francis Cook
One Bright Pearl
_______(k) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
One Shining Ball 
_______(l) Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi


Dai En Bennage, Soto Zen Abbess & Master Teacher


恁麼
Immo (Inmo) (1242)
      Thusness
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #30, p.324), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Thusness (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
That Which Comes Like This 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Such 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
It 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Suchness 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


Rev. Hubert Nearman, O.B.C.


一百八法明門
Ippyakuhachi Homyomon (n.d.)
      One Hundred Eight Gates of Realizing Dharma
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #96), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
One Hundred and Eight Gates to What the Dharma Illumines 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
One Hundred and Eight Ways to Enlightenment 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
One Hundred and Eight Gates of Dharma-Illumination 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Hundred and Eight Brilliant Teachings of the Dharma 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


示庫院文
Jikuin Mon (1246)
      Instructions on Kitchen Work
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #82, p.763), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Instructions for Monks in the Kitchen Hall 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Sentences To Be Shown in the Kitchen Hall 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


深信因果
Jinshin Inga (copied 1255)
      Identifying with Cause and Effect
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #90, p.951), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Deep Faith in Cause and Effect 
_______(b) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
The Absolute Certainty of Cause and Effect 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Deep Belief in Causality 
_______(d) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Identifying with Cause and Effect 
_______(e) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Deep Belief in Cause and Effect 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Deep Belief in Causality 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


神通
Jinzu / Jintsu (1241)
      Miracles
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #26, p.287), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Marvelous Spiritual Abilities 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Miracles 
_______(c) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Mystical Power 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Miraculous Powers 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


十方
Jippo (Juppo) (1243)
      Ten Directions
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #60, p.591), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Whole Universe in All Ten Directions 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Ten Directions 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Ten Directions (Bilingual)  
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Ten Directions 
_______(e) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
The Entire Universe 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


自證三昧
Jisho Zammai (Jisho Zanmai) (1244)
      Self Realization Samadhi
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #75, p.695), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Meditative State of One's True Nature 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Samadhi as Self Experience 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Self-Enlightened Samadhi 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


受戒
Jukai (n.d.)
      Receiving the Precepts
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #95), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Receiving the Precepts 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
eceiving the Precepts 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Receiving the Precepts 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Receiving the Precepts 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


授記
Juki (1242)
      Confirmation
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #33, p.387), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Assurance of Enlightenment (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Predicting Buddhahood | Abbess Jiyu-Kennett online dharma talk 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Affirmation 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Prediction of Buddhood 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


重雲堂式
Juundo-shiki (Juundoshiki) (1239)
      Regulations for the Auxiliary Cloud Hall at the Kannondori Kosho Gokoku Monastery
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #5, p.39), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Regulations for the Auxiliary Cloud Hall 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Conduct Appropriate for the Auxiliary Cloud Hall 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Rules for the Hall of Heavy Cloud 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
[Instructions for the Cloud Annex] | citation (not objectifying gender) 
_______(e) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (selections, commentary) by Hee-Jin Kim


海印三昧
Kaiin Zammai (Kaiin Zanmai) (1242)
      Ocean Mudra Samadhi
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #32, p.380), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Ocean-reflection Samadhi (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Meditative State That Bears the Seal of the Ocean 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Great Ocean of Meditation | citation (true self refuge) 
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Ocean Seal Concentration 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Ocean Seal Samadhi 
_______(f) Soto Zen Text Project, Bielefeldt & Radich
Samadhi, State Like the Sea 
_______(g) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Ocean Mudra Samadhi 
_______(h) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
Sagara Mudra Samadhi 
_______(i) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


家常
Kajo (1243)
      Everyday Activity
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #64, p.621), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Everyday Activity 
_______(a) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Everyday Activity (Commentary) | citation (tea and rice) 
_______(b) Dogen, Deep Ecology and the Ecological Self, by Deane Curtin
Everyday Life 
_______(c) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Everyday Life 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Everyday Life 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Everyday Life of the Buddhas and Patriarchs 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


看經
Kankin (Kangin) (1241)
      Reading a Sutra | citation (enlightenment as a lesson book) 
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #22, p.222), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Sutra Reading (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Reading Scriptures | citation (Hannyatara & enlightened being) 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
How to Read the Scriptures 
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Reading Sutras 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Reading of the Sutras 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Josho Pat Phelan, Sensei

觀音
Kannon (1242)
      Avalokiteshvara
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #34, p.397), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Avalokitesvara (selections) | citation (groping for a pillow)  
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Kannon, the Bodhisattva of Compassion | citation (80 or 90 percent)  
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Kannon, The Training of a Bodhisattva | citation (many hands and eyes)  
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Avalokitesvara 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Kannon 
_______(f) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
Kannon 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


葛藤
Katto (1243)
      Twining Vines
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #47, p.478), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Twining Vines 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Twining Vines
_______(c) Zen Women by Grace Shireson (Commentary)
The Vines That Entangle: the Vines That Embrace | citation | Jiyu-Kennett dharma talk
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Katto (Comments) | citation (unique yet equal awakenings)
_______(e) Lineage or Family Tree? (with comments on women and Dogen) by Miriam Levering, in Innovative Buddhist Women: Swimming Against the Stream, ed. by Karma Lekshe Tsomo
The Complicated 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Entangled Vines 
_______(g) Dogen and the Koan Tradition, tr. by Steven Heine
Twining Vines 
_______(h) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
Spiritual Entanglement 
_______(i) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


谿聲山色
Keisei Sanshoku (1240)
      Valley Streams, Mountain Colors
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #10, p.85), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Sounds of the Valley Streams, the Forms of the Mountains 
_______(b) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Valley Sounds, Mountain Sights (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Sound of the Valley, Color of the Mountains 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Valley Sounds, Mountain Sights (Commentary) | citation (integral confession) 
_______(e) Eihei Dogen, Mystical Realist (2004), by Hee-Jin Kim
The Rippling of a Valley Stream, the Contour of a Mountain 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Valley Sounds, Mountain Colors 
_______(g Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Voices of the River-Valley and the Form of the Mountains 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Sounds of the Valley Streams and Colors of the Mountains | citation (environment teacher) 
_______(i) Selections & Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
Keisei Sanshoku, Commentary (Valley stream's 84-thousand songs) 
_______(j) How to Listen to a Dharma Talk, by Abbess Meian Elbert (recorded talks online)


Jiko Linda Cutts, Soto Zen Abbess


見佛
Kembutsu (Kenbutsu) (1243)
      Seeing the Buddha
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #61, p.596), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Encountering Buddha 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Meeting Buddha 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Seeing Buddha 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


袈裟功徳
Kesa Kudoku (1240)
      Power of the Robe | citation (Nun Utpalavarna)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #13, p.112), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Spiritual Merits of the Kesa 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Merit of a Kesaya 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
The Power of the Robe 
_______(d) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Merit of the Kasaya | citation (a nun's robe) 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Merit of a Kesaya (Commentary) 
_______(f) The Hidden Lamp, ed. by Caplow and Moon,
Reflection on Nun Utpalavarna (Uppalavana and the Precepts) by Thubten Chodron


歸依佛寶僧寶
Kie Bupposo Ho (Kie Bupposo Bo) (Kie-Sanbo) (copied 1255.)
      Taking Refuge in Buddha, Dharma and Sangha
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #89, p.839), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Taking Refuge in the Treasures of Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Taking Refuge in the Three Treasures 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Taking Refuge in the Three Treasures | (Part I) 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Taking Refuge in the Three Treasures (commentary) | citation 
_______(e) Animal Grace by Mary Lou Randour


古佛心
Kobutsu-Shin (Kobusshin) (1243)
      Old Buddha Mind
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #45, p.468), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Mind of Ancient Buddhas (selections) | citation (divinity in all) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
What the Mind of an Old Buddha Is 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Old Buddha Mind 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Mind of Eternal Buddhas 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Original, Unchanging Buddha Mind 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


虚空
Koku (1245)
      Space
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #77, p.717), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Unbounded 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Space 
_______(c) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Space 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Universal Emptiness 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


古鏡
Kokyo (1241)
      Old Mirror
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #21, p.205), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Primordial Mirror | citation 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Ancient Mirror 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Ancient Mirror 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Eternal Mirror 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Primordial Mirror (Commentary) 
_______(f) The Formless Self, by Joan Stambaugh


光明
Komyo (1242)
      Radiant Light
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #38, p.415), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Radiant Light (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Brightness of the Light 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Brightness 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Divine Light 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


Mayumi Oda, Zen artist (performing the eye-opening ceremony)


空華
Kuge (1243)
      Flowers in the Sky
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #44, p.458), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Flowers of Emptiness (selections) | citation (Helen Keller) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Flowering of the Unbounded 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Flowers in the Sky 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Flowers in Space 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Flowers of Space 
_______(f) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
The Flower of Emptiness 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


供養諸佛
Kuyo Shobutsu (n.d. edited by Ejo, 1265)
      Making Offerings to Buddhas
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #88, p.819), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Making Venerative Offerings to Buddhas 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Veneration of the Buddhas 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Serving Offerings to Buddhas 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


教授戒文
Kyojukaimon (Chinese text, now attr. by Hubert Nearman to Dogen)
      Giving and Receiving the Teaching of the Precepts 
_______(a) Zen is Eternal Life, tr. by Abbess P. T. N. H. Jiyu-Kennett (1999)
  (downlaod pdf from Shasta Abbey)


摩訶般若波羅蜜
Makahannya-haramitsu (1233)
      Manifestation of Great Prajna
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #2, p.25), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Perfection of Great Wisdom (selections) | citation (form/emptiness) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Great Wisdom That Is Beyond Discriminatory Thought 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Maha-prajna-paramita 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Great Transcendent Wisdom 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
The Accomplishment of the Great Wisdom of Buddha 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


面授
Menju (1243)
      Face-to-Face Transmission
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #57, p.569), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Face-to-Face Transmission 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Conferring the Face-to-Face Transmission 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Face-to-Face Transmission 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Direct, Face to Face Transmission 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Face-to-Face Transmission (Comments) 
_______(f) Daylighting the Feminine in American Buddhism, by Mushim Ikeda-Nash, collected in Innovative Buddhist Women: Swimming Against the Stream, ed. by Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Face-to-Face Transmission (Comments) 
_______(g) "Face to Face: The Meaning Comes Alive," by Jiko Linda Cutts, in Windbell 31, No. 2 (Summer, 1997)


密語
Mitsugo (1243)
      The earth has many keys,
Where melody is not
Is the unknown peninsula.
Beauty is nature's fact.
But witness for her land, 
And witness for her sea,
The cricket is her utmost
Of elegy to me.
~ Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) 

Intimate Language 
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #52, p.531), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Heart-to-Heart Language of Intimacy | citation  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Intimate Language 
_______(c) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Secret Talk 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Secret Language 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Intimate Words | citation 
_______(f) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (selections, commentary) by Hee-Jin Kim
Intimate/Esoteric Words (Commentary) | citation 
_______(g) by Thomas P. Kasulis, Dōgen Studies, ed. William R. LaFleur



夢中説夢
Muchu Setsumu (1242)
      Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting;
The Soul that rises with us, our life’s Star,
Hath had elsewhere its setting
And cometh from afar;
~ Williiam Wordsworth (1770-1850)

Within a Dream Expressing the Dream
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #39, p.431), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
A Vision Within a Vision and a Dream Within a Dream 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Giving Expression to the Vision within the Vision | citation (Kundalini) 
_______(c) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Expounding a Dream in a Dream (selections) 
_______(d) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Within a Dream Expressing the Dream 
_______(e) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Preaching a Dream in a Dream 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Explaining a Dream within a Dream | citation (poetry & direct pointing) 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


無情説法
Mujo Seppo (1243)
      Insentient Beings Speak Dharma | citation (the eye can hear)
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #54, p.548), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi

The Dharma That Nonsentient Beings Express 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
All Beings Sing the Song of Dharma (Selections, Commentary) | citation (the insentient teach) 
_______(c) Receiving the Marrow, Jisho Warner, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Insentient Beings Speak Dharma 
_______(d) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Non-Emotional Preaches the Dharma 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Precept of Non-Sentient Being | citation (silent voices) 
_______(f) Selections & Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
The Insentient Preach the Dharma 
_______(g) Stanford Zen Text Project, Carl Bielefeldt


Jisho Warner, Zen roshi


如來全身
Nyorai Zenshin (1244)
      Tathagata's Entire Body
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #71, p.664), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Tathagata's Whole Body 
_______(b) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
The Entire Body of the Tathagata 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Universal Body of the Tathagata 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Whole Body of the Tathagata 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


王索仙陀婆
O Saku Sendaba / Osaku-Sendaba (1245)
      King Wants the Saindhava
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #81, p.755), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The King Requests Something from Sindh 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Osakusendaba 
_______(c) Dogen and the Koan Tradition, tr. by Steven Heine
A King's Seeking of Saindhava 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Master's Wish 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Ruler Seeking the Sendaba (Commentary) | citation (semantic possibilities) 
_______(e) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), by Hee-Jin Kim


An Enlightened Female Monk

禮拜得髓
Raihai Tokuzui (1240)
      Receiving the Marrow by Bowing
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #9, p.72), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Attaining the Marrow by Bowing (Commentary, Selections) | citation (equal thusness) 
_______(b) Receiving the Marrow, Grace Jill Schireson, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Rahaitokuzui
_______(c) Zen Women by Grace Schireson (feminist commentary, citation tr. by Nishiyama)
Paying Homage and Acquiring the Essence 
_______(d) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Paying Homage and Acquiring the Essence | citation (wilderness practice) 
_______(e) Interbeing, by Joan Halifax & Marty Peale, Upaya Zen Center
Attaining the Marrow through Reverance (selections) | citation (Inari, fox) 
_______(f) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Attaining the Marrow through Reverance (Commentary) | citation (gender equality) 
_______(g) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), by Hee-Jin Kim
Respectful Bowing Will Secure for You the Very Marrow of the Way 
_______(h) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Getting the Marrow by Doing Obeisance 
_______(i) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeld
Prostrating to Attainment of the Marrow | citation (beyond gender) 
_______(j) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Making a Prostration and Attaining the Marrow 
_______(k) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Bowing and Acquiring the Essence 
_______(l) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
Dogen's Raihaitokuzui (and Women Teaching in Sung Ch'an), (Commentary) 
_______(m) Journal of the International Assoc. of Buddhist Studies, Miraim Levering (1998, 21:1)
Raihai Tokuzui (Commentary): Moshan's Mountain Summit 
_______(n) The Hidden Lamp, ed. by Caplow & Moon, reflection on the koan by Shinshu Roberts
Raihai Tokuzui (Commentary): Dogen Sets the Record Straight 
_______(o) The Hidden Lamp, ed. by Caplow & Moon, commentary by Sobun Katherine Thana


Kiku Christina Lehnherr, Zen Abbess

龍吟
Ryugin (1243)
      Dragon Song
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #65, p.627), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Roar of a Dragon 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Roar of the Dragon 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Dragon Song 
_______(d) Sounds of Valley Streams, tr. by Francis H. Cook
Song of the Dragon (Bilingual) | citation (a dried tree) 
_______(e) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Moaning of Dragons 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Dragon Song 
_______(g) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
The Dragon Howl 
_______(h) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary


三界唯心
Sangai Yuishin (1243)
      Three Realms are Inseparable from Mind
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #48, p.487), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Threefold World Is Simply Your Mind 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Triple World is Only the Mind 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Three Worlds are Only Mind | citation (what is a chair) 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


三時業
Sanji Go (copied 1253)
      Karma in Three Periods
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #85, p.779), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Karmic Retribution in the Three Temporal Periods 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Karmic Retribution in the Three Stages of Time 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Karma in Three Times 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Karmic Retribution in the Three Periods of Time 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


三十七品菩提分法
Sanjushichihon Bodai Bumpo (Sanjushichi-Bon-Bodai-Bunbo) (1244)
      Thirty-Seven Wings of Enlightenment
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #73, p.671), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Thirty-Seven Methods of Training for Realizing Enlightenment 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Thirty-Seven Elements of Bodhi 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Sanjushichihon bodai bunpo 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


Joan Halifax, Roshi

山水經
Sansui-Kyo (1240)
      Mountains and Waters Sutra
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #15, p.154), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Mountains and Waters Sutra 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Mountains and Waters Sutra (Commentary) | citation (non-anthropocentrism) 
_______(c) The Formless Self by Joan Stambaugh
Mountains and Waters Sutra (tr. Kazuaki Tanahashi) 
_______(d) Dharma Rain: Sources of Buddhist Environmentalism, ed. Stephanie Kaza & Kenneth Kraft, Dogen commentaries by Gary Snyder, John Daido Loori
The Spiritual Discourses of the Mountains and the Water | intro (green, flowing buddha nature) 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman | citation (maiden gives birth)
The Practice of Mountains and Water | citation (stone woman) 
_______(f) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Sansuikuo
_______(g) The Real is Not the Rational (citation & commentary), by Joan Stambaugh
Mountains and Rivers Sutra, Commentary | citation (landscape revelation) 
_______(h) The Fruitful Darkness, by Joan Halifax, Roshi
The Mountains-and-waters Sutra (selections) 
_______(i) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Scripture of Mountains and Waters 
_______(j) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Mountains and Waters Sutra 
_______(k) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Sutra of Mountains and Water 
_______(l) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Sounds of the Valley Streams, Colors of the Mountains 
_______(m) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Mountains and Rivers 
_______(n) Mountains and Rivers: Zen teachings on the San Sui Kyo of Dogen Zenji by Anzan Hoshin
The Mountain and River Sutras 
_______(o) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens



洗淨
Senjo (1239)
      Cleansing
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #7, p.48), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Washing Yourself Clean 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Washing 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Rules for the Lavatory 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


洗面
Semmen (Senmen) (1239, rev. 1243, rev. 1250)
      Washing the Face
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #8, p.58), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
On Washing Your Face  
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Washing the Face 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


説心説性
Sesshin Sessho (1243)
      Speaking of Mind, Speaking of Essence
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #49, p.493), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Expressing One's True Nature by Expressing One's Intent 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Expounding the Mind & Expounding the Nature 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Explaining Mind, Explaining Nature 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


四馬
Shime (Shiba) (copied 1255)
      Four Horses
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #86, p.792), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Four Horses 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Four Horses 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
The Four Horses 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Four Horses 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


Wendy Egyoku Nakao, Roshi



心不可得
Shin Fukatoku (spoken or former version) (1241)
      Ungraspable Mind
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #19, p.191), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Mind-Unattainable (selections) | citation (old woman's wisdom) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Mind Cannot Be Held Onto 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Mind Cannot Be Grasped [The former] 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Ungraspable Mind 
_______(e) Dogen and the Koan Tradition, tr. by Steven Heine
Mind Cannot Be Grasped 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Old Woman's Rice Cakes 
_______(g) The Hidden Lamp, ed. by Caplow & Moon, koan reflection by Joan Halifax


心不可得
Shin Fukatoku (written or latter version) (1241)
      Ungraspable Mind: Later Version
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #20, p.195), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Mind Cannot Be Grasped 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Mind Cannot Be Grasped 
_______(c) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: It Is Enough to Know the Unborn,
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Mind Cannot Be Grasped [The latter] 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


真字正法眼蔵
Shinji Shobogenzo / Mana Shobogenzo (or Shobogenzo Sanbyakusoku)
      Chinese Shobogenzo (or 300-Koan Shobogenzo)
Shinji Shobogenzo 
_______(a) Master Dogen's Shinji Shobogenzo, tr. by Gudo Nishijima
Zen Master Dogen's Three Hundred Koans 
_______(b) The True Dharma Eye, tr. by Kazuaki Tanahashi, John Daido Loori


身心學道
Shinjin Gakudo (1242)
      Body-and-Mind Study of the Way
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #38, p.422), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Body-and-Mind Study of the Way 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Body-mind's Study of the Way (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Body Mind Study of the Way | citation (true human body) 
_______(d) Making the World My Body: Simone Weil and Somatic Practice,
by Ann Pirruccello, in Philosophy East and West (Vol 52, No 4)
Learning through Body and Mind  
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Learning the Way Through Body and Mind 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The True Human Body (Selections, Commentary) 
_______(g) Receiving the Marrow, Shosan Victoria Austin, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Learning the Truth with Body and Mind 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


嗣書
Shisho (1241)
      Document of Heritage
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #17, p.168), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Document of Heritage 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Record of Transmission 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Certificate of Succession 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Seal of Transmisssion 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


四禪比丘
Shizen Biku (n.d.)
      Monk of the Fourth Stage Meditation
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #91, p.876), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Monk in the Fourth Meditative State 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
A Monk at the Fourth Stage of Meditation 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
The Bhiksu in the Fourth Dhyana 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


諸悪莫作
Shoaku Makusa (1240)
      Refrain from Unwholesome Action
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #11, p.95), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Refrain from All Evil Whatsoever 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Deeper Meaning of Precepts | citation (child's roar) | online dharma talk 
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Not Doing Evils 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by William Bodiford
Not Doing Wrongs 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Do Not Do Anything Evil 
_______(f) Rational Zen: The Mind of Dogen Kigen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Do No Evil (Selections, Commentary) | citation (way-truth-life) 
_______(g) Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
Refrain from All Evil 
_______(h) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Not Doing Wrong Action 
_______(i) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
Not Doing Evils (Commentary, Selections) 
_______(j) Receiving the Marrow, Seisen Saunders, ed. by Eido Frances Carney


諸法實相
Shoho Jisso (1243)
      The Reality of All Things
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #51, p.518), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Real Form of All Thoughts and Things 
_______(a) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
All Dharmas are Real Form 
_______(b) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


生死
Shoji (n.d.)
      Birth and Death
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #93, p.884), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Birth and Death 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Life and Death 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Birth and Death 
_______(d) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
Life-and-Death 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Life and Death 
_______(f) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Shoji 
_______(g) The Soto Approach to Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
Life and Death 
_______(h) Selections & Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
Life and Death 
_______(i) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


出家
Shukke (1246)
      Leaving the Household
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #83, p.766), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Home Departure 
_______(b) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Leaving Home Life Behind 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Renunciation of the World 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Leaving Family Life 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Virtue of Renouncing the World 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


出家功徳
Shukke Kudoku (copied 1255)
      Virtue of Home Leaving
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #87, p.797), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Spiritual Merits of Leaving Home Life Behind 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Merit of Becoming a Monk 
_______(c) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
The Merit of Leaving Family Life 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


春秋
Shunju (1244)
      Spring and Autumn
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #6, p.631), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Spring and Autumn | citation (child's talk)  
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, tr. by Sobun Katherine Thanas & K. Tanahashi
Spring and Fall 
_______(c) How to Raise an Ox, tr. by Francis Dojun Cook
Spring and Autumn 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Spring and Autumn: Warming Up and Cooling Down 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Spring and Fall 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens
Spring and Autumn (commentary) | citation (cold/heat, just as it is) 
_______(g) Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist (2004), by Hee-Jin Kim


Shohaku Okumura, Sensei

衆寮清規
Shuryo-shingi (1249)
      Traninee's Hall Rules 
_______(a) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Regulations for the Study Hall 
_______(b) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community (Eihei Shinji),
tr. by Taigen Daniel Leighton & S. Okumura


修證義
Shushogi (Shusho-gi)(1890) [Compiled from the Shobogenzo, essential Dogen teachings]
      What is Truly Meant by Training and Enlightenment 
Listen to Rev. Master Jiyu Kennett's talk on Zen Training (mp3)
_______(a) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi  
Part 1: Introduction (The Reason for Training)
Part 2: Recognition of Evil Acts and Contrition
Part 3: Receiving the Precepts
Part 4: Awakening the Mind of the Bodhisattva | citation (Mother of True Compassion)
Part 5: Putting the Teachings into Practice and Gratitude

The Meaning of Practice-Enlightenment 
_______(b) Zen Master Dogen: Introduction, Selected Writings, Yuho Yokoi
Part 1: General Introduction
Part 2: Release through Repentence
Part 3: Ordination and Enlightenment
Part 4: Making the Altruistic Vow | citation (gender equality)
Part 5: Constant Practice and Gratitude

The Meaning of Practice and Verification  
_______(c) The Soto Zen Text Project (online)
Part 1: General Introduction
Part 2: Repenting and Eliminating Bad Karma | citation (being like a buddha)
Part 3: Receiving Precepts and Joining the Ranks
Part 4: Making the Vow to Benefit Beings
Part 5: Practicing Buddhism and Repaying Blessings




即心是佛
Soku Shin Ze Butsu / Sokushinzebutsu (1239)
      The Mind Itself is Buddha
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #6, p.43), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Mind is the Buddha (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Your Very Mind Is Buddha 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Mind Here and Now Is Buddha 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Our Mind is Buddha  
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Our Mind is Buddha (selections) | citation (nature loves to hide) 
_______(g) The Real is Not the Rational, commentary by Joan Stambaugh
Mind itself is Buddha (selections) | citation (reason of works and letters) 
_______(h) Dogen on Meditation and Thinking, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim



祖師西来意
Soshi Seirai I (Soshi-Sairai-No-I) (1244)
      The Meaning of Bodhidharma Coming From India
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #67. p.638), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Why Our Ancestral Master Came from the West 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Why the First Patriarch Came from the West 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Intention of the Ancestral Master’s Coming from the West (Bilingual) 
_______(d) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Ancestral Master's Intention in Coming from the West 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


対大己五夏闍梨法
Tai-daikogogejari-ho (Taitaiko Gogejariho) (1244)
      The Dharma when Meeting Senior Instructors of Five Summer Practice Periods 
_______(a) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community (Eihei Shinji),
tr. by Taigen Daniel Leighton & S. Okumura
How Junior Priests Must Behave in the Presence of Senior Priests 
_______(b) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi


佗心通
Tashintsu (Tashin tsu) (1245)
      Seeing Other's Minds
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #80, p.745), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Reading the Minds and Hearts of Others 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Penetration of Other Minds 
_______(c) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Power to Know Others' Minds 
_______(d) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Reading Others' Minds | citation (thoughts vs. minds) 
_______(e) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (2), Nishiyama & Stevens


轉法輪
Temborin (Ten horin) (1244)
      Turning the Dharma Wheel
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #74, p.692), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Turning the Wheel of the Dharma 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Turning of the Wheel of the Law 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Turning the Dharma Wheel 
_______(d) Enlightenment Unfolds, ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Turning the Dharma Wheel 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


典座教訓
Tenzo Kyokun (1237)
      Instructions for the Cook 
_______(a) Nothing is Hidden, text & commentary, ed. by Jisho Warner, et al
Instructions for the Cook | citation (firewood) 
_______(b) From "A Monk's Mouth is like an Oven," by Shindo Aoyama,
commentary published in Nothing is Hidden, ed. by Jisho Warner, et al
Instructions for the Tenzo 
_______(c) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Instructions for the Zen Cook 
_______(d) From Zen Kitchen to Enlightenment, tr. by Thomas Wright
Instructions for the Tenzo 
_______(e) Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community, Leighton & Okumura
Instructions for the Cook 
_______(f) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by T. Griffith Foulk
Instructions for the Cooking Master | citation (cooking now) 
_______(g) The Cosmos in a Carrot, (dialogues) by Carmen Yuen
Instructions to the Chief Cook 
_______(h) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Tenzo Kyokun (Commentary) | citation (chopping wood, carrying water) 
_______(i) Z. B. A., Zen of Business Administration, commentary by
             Marc Lesser & Shannon Fujimoto Nakaya
Instructions for the Cook 
_______(j) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
Instructions for the Cook: Nothing Is Hidden  
_______(k) Essays by Shohaku Okumura and Jisho Warner


都機
Tsuki (1243)
      The Moon
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #43, p.453), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Moon 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
On The Moon as One's Excellent Nature (Selections, Commentary) 
_______(c) Receiving the Marrow, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Complete Fulfilment 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Moon (selections) 
_______(e) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Moon as One's Excellent Nature 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Moon of Our True Nature | citation (three and three) | citation (bulldog) 
_______(g) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
The Moon 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross


優曇華
Udonge (1244)
      Udumbara Blossom
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #68, p.642), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Udumbara Blossom 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The Udumbara Flower 
_______(c) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Flower of an Udumbara Tree 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
Udumbara Flower (Selections, Commentary) citation (paradox) 
_______(e) Receiving the Marrow, Jan Chozen Bays, ed. by Eido Frances Carney


有時
Uji (1240)
      The Time Being
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #12, p.104), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Time-Being | citation (each grass whole earth) | citation (ordinary person buddha) 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi (online pdf)
Existence-time (selections) 
_______(c) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Existence-time (Comment by Bonnie Myotai Treace) | citation (between gates)
_______(d) "Understanding Dogen," Buddhadharma, A Practitioner's Quarterly, Summer, 2004
Just for the Time Being, Just for a While, For the Whole of Time is the Whole of Existence
_______(e) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman | citation
Being-Time (Commentary) 
_______(f) The Real is Not the Rational, Joan Stambaugh
Being-Time  
_______(g) The Formless Self, by Joan Stambaugh
Being-Time (selections) 
_______(h) Impermanence is Buddha Nature, Joan Stambaugh
Being/Time (Commentary) | citation (multi-dimensional time) 
_______(i) Receiving the Marrow, Shinshu Roberts, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Time-Being (Commentary) | citation (all worlds at present)  
_______(j) "Seeking Green Principles," in Mindfully Green by Stephanie Kaza
Being Time 
_______(k) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Existence-Time 
_______(l) Shobogenzo [Book 1], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Being-Time | citation (multi-directional time) 
_______(m) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
The Theory of Time | citation (spring always spring)  
_______(n) Zen is Eternal Life, by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Existence, Time, Flow | citation (sparkling water) | online dharma talk  
_______(o) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Being-Time 
_______(p) Existential & Ontological Dimensions of Time in Heidegger & Dogen
Uji 
_______(q) The Soto Approach to Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
Being-Time 
_______(r) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens

Shinshu Roberts
Shinshu Roberts, Soto Zen Priest

唯佛與佛
Yuibutsu Yobutsu (n.d.)
      Only a Buddha and a Buddha
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #92, p.876), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Only Buddha and Buddha 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Only Buddha and Buddha, Commentary | citation (a person's suchness) 
_______(c) The Formless Self, Joan Stambaugh, various citations
Each Buddha on His Own, Together with All Buddhas 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Buddhas Alone, Together With Buddhas 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 4], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Relation of Buddha to Buddha 
_______(f) Selections & Commentary, Essence of Dogen, Masanobu Takahashi
Only a Buddha Can Transmit to a Buddha 
_______(g) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (3), Nishiyama & Stevens


三昧王三昧
Zammai-o Zammai (Zanmai o zanmai) (Sammai-O-Zammai) (1244)
      King of Samadhis
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #72), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Meditative State That Is the Lord of Meditative States 
_______(b) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
The King of Samadhis Samadhi 
_______(c) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
The King of All Samadhis 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
The Samadhi That Is King of Samadhis 
_______(e) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
King of Samadhis 
_______(f) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
The King of Samadhis 
_______(g) Shikantaza, An Introduction to Zazen, tr. by Shohaku Okumura
The Samadhi That is Sovereign of Samadhis 
_______(h) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
The King of Samadhis Samadhi (bilingual) 
_______(i) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt


坐禪儀
Zazengi (1243)
      Rules for Zazen
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #58, p.579), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Rules for Zazen (selections) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
Rules for Zazen 
_______(c) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
The Model for Doing Meditation 
_______(d) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Principles of Zazen 
_______(e) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
The Principles of Zazen 
_______(f) The Heart of Dogen's Shobogenzo, tr. by Waddell & Abe
The Standard Method of Zazen 
_______(g) Shobogenzo [Book 3], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Way of Zazen 
_______(h) Shikantaza, An Introduction to Zazen, tr. by Shohaku Okumura
How to Sit 
_______(i) White Wind Zen Community, tr. by Anzan Hoshin, Yasuda Joshu Dainen
The Rule for Zazen 
_______(j) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens


坐禪箴
Zazen Shin (1242)
      The Point of Zazen
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #28, p.303), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Admonitions for Zazen (selections) | citation (engraved dragon) 
_______(b) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
On Wanshi's 'Kindly Advice for Doing Seated Meditation' 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Zazenshin (Selections, Commentary) | citations (seated meditation) 
_______(d) Receiving the Marrow, Josho Pat Phelan, ed. by Eido Frances Carney
Lancet of Zazen 
_______(e) Soto Zen Text Project, tr. by Carl Bielefeldt
A Needle for Zazen 
_______(f) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
The Point of Zazen 
_______(g) Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Meditation, ed. by K. Tanahashi
Lancet of Seated Meditation 
_______(h) A New Zen Reader, ed. by N. Foster and J. Shoemaker, tr. Carl Bielefeldt

Dogen Zenji
Dogen Zenji (道元禅師) (1200-1253)


全機
Zenki (1242)
      Undivided Activity
_______(a) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(96 fascicles, #42. p.450), ed. by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Undivided Activity 
_______(b) Moon in a Dewdrop, edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi
Functioning Fully 
_______(c) Shobogenzo, Shasta Abbey, tr. by Hubert Nearman
Ever Functioning, Never Dormant (Live Fully, Die Fully) | citation (true & full life)  
_______(d) Roar of the Tigress, Vol. II: Zen for Spiritual Adults 
[Lectures on Dogen's Shobogenzo] by Abbess Houn Jiyu-Kennett, Roshi
Total Dynamism (selections) 
_______(e) Flowers of Emptiness, tr. by Hee-Jin Kim
The Whole Works 
_______(f) Shobogenzo, Zen Essays by Dogen, tr. by Thomas Cleary
Total Dynamism (Commentary) 
_______(g) The Formless Self, by Joan Stambaugh
All Functions 
_______(h) Shobogenzo [Book 2], tr. by Nishijima & Cross
Zenki 
_______(i) Zen Beyond Zen, tr. by Masunaga Reiho
The Total Activity of Life and Death 
_______(j) Shobogenzo, the Eye and Treasury of the True Law (1), Nishiyama & Stevens
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