Definitions

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  • n. In Zen practice, the walking meditation practiced between zazen sessions

Etymologies

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經行; Japanese: kinhin or kyōgyō, Chinese: jingxing

Examples

  • Walking zazen "kinhin", pronounced keen-heen and zazen, wearing clothes as above, the left hand is on the chest and the right hand is folded on it, and holding the left hand, with the feeling in a way that the "folded hands are on target on the chest" so to speak.

    Zazen Method, Part 1

  • The bell rings to signal kinhin, the boat comes into the dock and we unload at the pier.

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  • Kobun teaches Jobs kinhin, a walking meditation, and alludes to Jobs' quest to understand ma, a Japanese design concept apparent today in the simplicity in all iProducts.

  • kinhin, a walking meditation, and alludes to Steve's quest to understand ma, a Japanese design concept apparent in all iProducts since Steve's triumphant return to Apple.

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