Buddhist teachings are traditionally passed on from teacher to student. Over the past two and a half millenia, the teachings have come to be varied, based on a variety of factors principally concerning the situations in which the teachings encountered. This has led to a variety of different styles of Buddhism, which are typically referred to as "lineages" as the styles are passed from teacher to student.
The Vajrayana Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism and Hinayana Buddhism teachings of Buddhist Yogi C. M. Chen (Yogi Chen) and his disciple Dr. Yutang Lin.
Articles by Master Lee, head of For Shang, on speculations between Science and Buddhism.
A Buddhist sect that also embraces the teachings of Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Mohammadism, among others. HÜMÜH contains the diamond or pure form teachings of all spirituality. They are transcendental in nature and open the individual practitioners Wisdom Eye, a state of being that leads to complete Enlightenment.
Chinese Esoteric Buddhist sect.
An approach based on the most basic Buddhist principles that pervade all Buddhist thought. Rooted in the original teachings of Gautama Buddha, the Way of Oneness comes from the Japanese Mahayana tradition, reflecting both Shin and Zen Buddhist teachings. Takes an open, eclectic approach concentrating on individual spiritual growth.
Chinese Tantric Buddhist sect.
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