Most of the resources below originate from the Kansas Zen Center. Many more resources are available at the Kwan Um School of Zen site. In addition, access to classical Korean texts is available from the Korean Jogye order from which we are descended.

Syllabus for the Compass of Zen course

History of the Temple Rules by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

Hsin Hsin Ming translated by Zen Master Hae Kwang (Stan Lombardo)

Notes on the Morning Bell Chant by Zen Master Hae Kwang (Stan Lombardo)

Notes on Nagarjuna by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

Notes on So Sahn by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

Notes on the Heart Sutra by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

Who’s Who in our Chants by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

Women in Zen by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman)

The Heart Sutra as a Translation by Jess Row (from Chogye International Zen Center in New York City)

Kwan Um School of Zen Chanting with interlinear (word for word) translations (interlinear translations by Zen Master Hae Kwang)

Article on Nagarjuna’s four propositions and Zen by Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman), published in Buddhadharma