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Bodhidharma was a Buddhist monk who lived during the 5th/6th century CE. He is traditionally credited as the transmitter of Ch'an (Sanskrit: Dhyāna, Japanese: Zen) to China, and regarded as its first Chinese patriarch. According to Chinese legend, he also began the physical training of the Shaolin monks that led to the creation of Shaolinquan.

Bodhidharma was a Buddhist monk who lived during the 5th/6th century CE. He is traditionally credited as the transmitter of Ch'an (Sanskrit: Dhyāna, Japanese: Zen) to China, and regarded as its first Chinese patriarch. According to Chinese legend, he also began the physical training of the Shaolin monks that led to the creation of Shaolinquan.

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Sirena japonesa, japanese mermaid

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Hakuin, Daito Kokushi xviii

Drawing of the leontocephaline found at the mithraeum of C. Valerius Heracles and sons, dedicated 190 AD at Ostia Antica, Italy

Drawing of the leontocephaline found at the mithraeum of C. Valerius Heracles and sons, dedicated 190 AD at Ostia Antica, Italy

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sutra de la gran sabiduria - Buscar con Google

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Tao of Jeet Kune Do by Bruce Lee

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The rootless woodblock prints of Kuniyoshi

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Le prêtre bouddhiste venu d'Inde Bodhidharma (nommé aussi DaMo par les Chinois, ou Daruma par les Japonais).

Le prêtre bouddhiste venu d'Inde Bodhidharma (nommé aussi DaMo par les Chinois, ou Daruma par les Japonais).

Bodhidharma. According to legend, this Buddhist monk fell asleep seven years into his nine years of meditation. He cut off his eyelids to prevent it from happening again. As his eyelids hit the floor the first tea plants sprang up, and tea became a stimulant to help keep students of Chán (Zen) awake during meditation.

Bodhidharma. According to legend, this Buddhist monk fell asleep seven years into his nine years of meditation. He cut off his eyelids to prevent it from happening again. As his eyelids hit the floor the first tea plants sprang up, and tea became a stimulant to help keep students of Chán (Zen) awake during meditation.

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