Zen itself was created by The Japanese Buddhists. For they saw the rush-rush life and all the imbalances it caused in people. As leaders lead with any kind of Zen ability, they bask in the simplicity. Whether minimalism or stregnth of silence. The rules of Zen as a boss are pretty simple as well. If a leader is afraid they attract more fear. The whole team senses it. It attracts more to be afraid of. As stillness is emphasized in this practice, probably more so than I can recollect, it creates an atmosphere to let the light in, rather than strictly being the light. Cultivating Attention in all it's nuances is an art form. Our posture. Our behavior. The foods we pay attention to. The whole deal. Sutras is an old Sanskrit term, that refers to the teaching of Buddha that was put into writing. Passed down orally from generation to generation. This is how Zen has remained relevant. Not because a monk is selling you some karma beads near Times Square. Or you lit a candle at a Buddhist shrine once. Zen Meditation is the emphasis on how you live and see life every moment.