Wake up amongst the dead. Swallow.
Lately I’ve been (slowly) revising a collection of stories told by Daehaeng Kun Sunim during her Dharma talks. Here’s the story of the awakening of one of the most famous figures in Korean Buddhism, Wonhyo Daesa (617–686 CE). Wonhyo Sunim and Uisang Sunim were Buddhist monks who had become close friends, and were on their way to China to find a great master under whom they could study. They had left Gyeongju, the capital of the Silla Kingdom, a … Read More