Ch'an Dao Links:
Aims & Objectives
Master Xu Yun (1840-1959)
Charles Luk (1898-1978) – Upasaka Lu Kuan Yu
Richard Hunn (1949-2006) – Upasaka Wen Shu
Adrian Chan-Wyles (b. 1967) – Shi Da Dao
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Aims & Objectives:
1) Preserve the memory of Ch’an master Xu Yun (1840-1959).
2) Preserve traditional Ch’an Buddhist Practice.
3) Translate key Chinese Buddhist, and related spiritual texts into reliable English.
4) Translations placed on the internet free of charge for all to read.
5) Make available free instruction for Ch’an meditation.
6) Arrange and hold Ch’an meditation courses free of charge.
7) Propagate good relations with the country of China.
8) Propagate good relations with international Buddhism.
9) Encourage discussion about mental health.
10) Make available authentic teachings about Daoism and Confucianism.
11) Make available information about Jungian Analytical Psychology.
12) Encourage a good diet through vegetarianism and ethical eating.
13) Oppose animal cruelty wherever, or in what form it occurs.
14) Encourage good relations with other religions.
15) Encourage good standards of scholarship with regards to Buddhist philosophy.
16) Encourage the development and understanding of traditional Chinese medicine.
17) Grant free qigong treatment in person, or mind to mind.
18) Propagate understanding of traditional (spiritual) Chinese martial arts.
19) Offer counselling free of charge to anyone who requires it.
20) Encourage advanced use of the human mind for peace and equality in the world.