The oldest extant formal set of regulations for a Chan/Zen monastery, composed in 1103, containing detailed instructions for daily conduct of monks, ceremonies, and administration. The Chanyuan Qinggui heavily influenced later Chan/Zen monastic regulations, including those composed by Dogen for Japanese Soto monasteries.« Back to Glossary Index
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