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  • About Taigu

    Rev. Pierre Taigu Turlur (also known as "Kuma san", meanting "big stupid bear", though many prefer "Cuddly Bear") was born in France in 1964. A student of French language and literature, he formally made his profession in academia. Taigu started Zazen at age 13! Received Shukke Tokudo in 1983, at age 18, from Rev. Mokusho Zeister of the Deshimaru Lineage (AZI). After Rev. Zeisler's death, and disagreeing with some rigidity and dogmaticism in the AZI, he became a Sangha-less priest until eventually meeting Michael Chodo Cross in the Nishijima Lineage through reading the Nishijima-Cross translation of the Shobogenzo. Received Dharma Transmission from Chodo Cross in 2002. After many twists and turn, including list residence in England, he made it to Japan, where he now lives in Nishinomiya near Osaka. He lives teaching French, although he known as a regular sight in front of local train stations engaging in Takuhatsu with his begging bowl. Enjoys 10,000,000 things, including writing cheap poetry and playing music, being with friends and family...

    His poetry blog can be found at:

    His blog on the sewing and history of "Nyoho-e Kesa" can be found here:

  • Recent Forum Posts


    Re-reading zen books

    Hello Walter ... with me, an open heart; an open mind; a heart and mind of a beginner. Read them as though you have not read them before. =)

    Shingen Today, 07:12 PM Go to last post

    The F-bomb

    Yes Kaishin, I too agree ... if I use this Sangha as an example: I "trust" this Sangha and I am "dedicated" to this Sangha. To me

    Shingen Today, 07:09 PM Go to last post


    My heart is so full, yet it is hard to put in words.

    What a wonderful 2 days it has been...a truly beautiful experience, a time of practice,

    KellyRok Today, 06:22 PM Go to last post

    Re-reading zen books

    Hi all, some time ago I bought a couple of Zen books which I've read, but I would like to re-read them now with a little bit more contact with the zen

    walter Today, 06:20 PM Go to last post

    The F-bomb

    At some point Jundo said he prefers the words "trust" and "dedication" rather than "faith" or "belief." Those

    Kaishin Today, 06:15 PM Go to last post