What's in a name? See Mee Bee stands for Shaolin Mahayana Buddhism, the theological geography within religious discourse. See Mee Bee is also one of our most common chants, which we use for sound meditation. See Mee Bee also stands for: "See Me Be" or "See Me Become", a phrase we use to mentally project our path to enlightenment before us.
The Heart and Diamond Sutras
These are our two most sacred texts for our Shaolin Mayahana Buddhism. The Heart Sutra is very short, but very profound. The Diamond Sutra is much longer, but equally as profound. Remember that Sutra's are only a way to get to spiritual enlightenment: they are not the only way.
The Sacred Shrine
The "Sacred Shrine" is a very important element of our faith. It is the idea that the space that we use for our spiritual journey is sacred and acts as a shrine for others to follow. It is also the idea that a physical permanent place of worship is not necessary for spiritual enlightenment. Instead, anywhere that we gather for spiritual enlightenment though Shaolin teachings is sacred ground.
Trademark for our Organization
Trademark for our original Organization
Our trademark, which we've used for over 20 years, is a structure resembling a temple. Each vertical pillar represents the four paths, the roof represents the protection of the shrine, and the middle square inside represents the sacred nature of our faith.