Zen master Hôgen Yamahata was born in 1935 and started very young on an intense spiritual quest. For more than ten years he practiced with master Tangen Harada Roshi, abbot of the monastery Bukkoku-ji. After that he married, founded a family and took care of the temple Chôgen-ji in a place near Tokyo. Since 1980 he has visited regularly Europe and Australia to share his practice in meditation retreats. In 1989 he founded the centre Jikô An in the Alpujarra of Granada, and at present is trying to create another centre in Australia.
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