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Buddhadharma : Spring 2011
29 spring 2 01 1 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly Installation from the Artempo exhibition, 2007 Lohan, Chinese, artist unknown, Sung Dynasty (13th century), and White Works by Roman Opalka Courtesy Vervoordt Foundation of the Five Schools of Zen. Finally, I met Zen master Nyojo (Tendo) on Mt. Taipai and completely clarified the great mat- ter of a lifelong practice,” from “Bendowa” (Talks on the many monasteries; as soon as I met Master Tendo I realized my eyes were horizontal and my nose was upright and I could no longer be fooled by people. I returned empty-handed to my home,” from chapter 1 of Eiheikoroku (The Extensive Record of Eihei Dogen); and “I went to Song China and visited vari- ous masters in Chekiang Province, where I learned the ways