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Mind-Seal of The Buddhas - THƯ VIỆN PHẬT GIÁO

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  • Tên sách : Mind-Seal of The Buddhas
  • Tác giả : J.C Cleary, Patriarch Ou-i's
  • Dịch giả :
  • Ngôn ngữ : Anh
  • Số trang : 200
  • Nhà xuất bản : The Corporate Body of the Buddha Education Foundation
  • Năm xuất bản : 1997
  • Phân loại : Sách tiếng Anh-English
  • MCB : 1210000007199
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Introduction

This work presents a translation of the Amitabha Sutra, a seminal text of Pure Land Buddhism, along with a translation of a commentary on the sutra by the eminent seventeenth century Pure Land Master Ou-i. It is appropriate to introduce the translations with a few words on the general nature of the Buddhist teachings and the specifics of Pure Land Buddhism, and a brief note on the life and times of Master Ou-i himself, and the moment in Buddhist history in which he worked.

Buddhism: Skill in Means

Buddhism has taken on many diverse forms during its two and a half thousand year history, but none has been more influential than Pure Land Buddhism. The special methods and techniques of Pure Land Buddhism are specifically designed to enhance the spiritual focus of all people. Pure Land practices can be integrated into the daily work and family life of anyone of any age, no matter what their circumstances, no matter how pressed they are for time, no matter what their karmic entanglements. For this reason, Pure Land Buddhism has always been immensely popular wherever it has been propagated, and has been the most widely practiced form of Buddhism in East Asia for the past thousand years and more.

According to the basic principle of Buddhist teaching, the principle of skill in means, it is essential that any presentation of the Buddhist message be adapted to the needs and capacities of the particular people to whom it is being offered. From the Buddhist point of view, then, it is not only perfectly legitimate, but absolutely necessary, that Buddhism should have taken on so many forms during its long history.

Contents

.EDITORS’ FOREWORD

.PURE LAND BUDDHISM

         IN A NUTSHELL

.INTRODUCTION (J.C. Cleary)

Commentary on the Amitabha Sutra

Essence of the sutra

Explanation of the text

Afterword

Appendix. Avatamsaka Sutra:

          Vows of Samantabhadra

.Notes

.Glossary

.Bibliography

.Index

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