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II. The Life of Chinul. Koryo Buddhism at the Time of Chinu/,' Birth and Early Years; The. Vow to Form a Retreat Society; To Ch'ongwon sa: First Awakening;. Pomun sa: Second Awakening; The Retreat Begins; Respite at Sang- muju am: Final Awakening; Reestablishment of the Community at. Kilsang sa; The Troining.Amazon.com: The Collected Works of Chinul|The Korean Approach to Zen (9780824807856): Chinul, Robert E. Buswell Jr.: Books.Sep 9, 2010 This was originally written as a short paper for a seminary class on Chinul and Korean Sôn at the Five Mountain Seminary. I thought people might appreciate some of the content though it is a bit long for a blog post. Hwadu is part of my own practice within my overall work with kong-ans, which I tend to avoid .Mar 31, 2009 Chinul (1158 - 1210) was one of the first great masters of Korean Zen. He focused the tradition on meditation practice and established a foundation in the sutras for Zen teaching. Chinul also introduced hwa-du practice (Chinese: hua-t'ou).Bojo Jinul often called Jinul or Chinul for short, was a Korean monk of the Goryeo period, who is considered to be the most influential figure in the formation of Korean Seon (Zen) Buddhism. He is credited as the founder of the Jogye Order, by working to unify the disparate sects in Korean Buddhism into a cohesive .