Talking about Zen outside Zen

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We can cite two masters of translating scriptures as evidence. One is Kumarajiva, whose translation is mainly based on Prajna (which can also be regarded as the theoretical basis of Zen), but also translated such classics as Samadhi Sutra, Zen Essentials and Zen Secret Essentials Sutra, which promote Zen. His disciple Sengrui wrote in his Preface to the Guanzhong Zen Sutra: "Master Kumarajiva traveled from Guzang to Chang'an on the 20th day of the 12th month of the year of Xin Chou, and received the Zen Dharma on the 26th day of the same month." It can be seen that Kumarajiva, the master of Prajna, also promoted Zen. The other is Buddha Batala (also known as Juexian), who has translated the "Bodhidharma Nerve" and other classics to promote Zen, and gathered disciples to teach Zen. During this period, there were many monks who practiced Zen in the north, and there were also many famous monks who had made great achievements. For example, Buddha Sina is the teacher of Buddha Batra. Disciples of Buddha Badala, such as Xuangao, Baoyun and Huiguan. Among them, Xuan Gao is particularly famous. Huijiao's "Biography of Eminent Monks" says that he "has a wonderful understanding of Zen" and has "three hundred disciples". The disciples of Kumarajiva, Daosheng, Sengzhao, Daorong, and Sengrui, are known as the Four Saints of Shimen, and Daoheng, Sengying, Huiguan, and Huiyan, are known as the Eight Juns of Shimen. Monk Rui, in particular, said in Huijiao's Biography of Eminent Monks that he lamented that "although the sutras are few, they are sufficient to understand cause and effect, the Zen method has not been passed on, and the house has no place to live", "practicing day and night, then refining the five doors, and being good at entering the six quietness". In addition, the foreign monks who came to China to promote the Zen method included Dang Wupi, Le Na Moti, and Buddha Fan Duo (also known as Buddha); the Chinese monks who practiced the Zen method included Sengchou (Buddha Fan Duo praised him as the best in Zen, and Dao Xuan praised him as comparable to Bodhi Dama), Sengshi, Huichu, Sengzhou, Huitong, Dao Heng, Sengda, Fa Chang, Seng Wei,whirlpool hot tub spa, Tan Zhun, En Guang. During this period, Beidi Zen was also divided into different families. One is the six wonderful ways of meditation, that is, counting, following, stopping, observing, returning and purifying, which can also be divided into four levels, called four meditations. One is the view of impurity, which focuses on breaking lust. One is to recite the Buddha's name, that is, to meditate on the solemnity of the Buddha and the land of the Buddha. One is the first Shurangama Samadhi, which means to accomplish the great cause of liberation with the most vigorous actions. 5. 2. Establish clan karma The situation of Zen mentioned in the above three sections can also be regarded as the cause of the evolution of Zen after Sui Dynasty. Among them, the Buddha Buddha has a genealogy of passing on the Dharma (fu ruo mi Luo fu ruo Luo tan Mo duo Luo Po Luo Buddha Si na Buddhas Buddha), which can be regarded as the forerunner of the later legend of giving and receiving the mantle. However, the "sect" mentioned here refers to the Southern Sect of Dunjiao after Huineng, the Sixth Patriarch, and there should be more direct reasons for the establishment of the sect. These are mainly the following. (1) One is the reason that does not deserve to be called the reason, that is, when the capital is large (there are many people, and the law is systematic), endless swimming pool ,outdoor hot tub, it will naturally drift with the tide. This is because the establishment of sects has become a common practice (as early as the Western period), such as Sanlun, Pure Land, Tiantai, and so on. This is like seeing the owner buy a horse, and the Western family can't help buying a car, so they also set the patriarch, compile the pedigree, publicize it internally, recognize it externally, and the sect is formed. (2) The other, and in fact the most powerful, is that meditation is the surest and most effective path to liberation. The teachings of Buddhism are profound, and as a result of deep research, people have their own views, forming different schools and even sects. However, it is the common creed of all schools and sects to use discipline and wisdom as a means to achieve the goal of liberation. That is to say, in order to achieve liberation, we must attach importance to Zen Buddhism; the result of attaching importance to Zen Buddhism is to carry it forward, so it is easy for a small country to become a big country, that is, to become a sect. (3) During the Six Dynasties, the most popular Buddhist doctrine was the theory of Prajna's emptiness of nature. In the early days, this theory was carried forward by Dao An, who explained the emptiness of nature and created the theory of no origin. The meaning of nothingness is that "all Dharmas are empty in nature". Because this is the formation of abstract concepts in the conceptual world, different people are most likely to form different patterns, so there are many different names of the same name and different names. To Kumarajiva, the synthesis of various schools tends to be more thorough, creating the idea of emptiness after all. What is empty after all? "After all, all Dharmas are empty and silent. They are the same as the mud. There is neither existence nor non-existence. There is no birth or death. It is asserted that all mental actions are destroyed" (Mahayana Chapter). This is very difficult to understand, we might as well take its spirit, say that it is to break all the persistence of common sense, in popular words, it is wrong to open your mouth to affirm. This is the same path taken by Zen Buddhism to break all attachments, even to Buddha and Nirvana. (4) There are already many pioneers in terms of understanding and even in terms of implementation. To name only the most illustrious. One is Zhu Daosheng, the first disciple of Kumarajiva. Born in the Jin and Song Dynasties, he learned Buddhism from Sangha Devas, Kumarajiva and other masters. He was able to integrate the theories of Prajna emptiness and Nirvana Buddha nature, and advocated the theory of epiphany. Huijiao's Biography of Eminent Monks says: The key to entering the Tao is wisdom and understanding. When he had been thinking for a long time, and was thoroughly aware of what was beyond his words, he sighed, saying, "The image is used to express the meaning; when he is satisfied, the image is forgotten; the words are used to explain the truth; when he is in the truth, the words are unmoving.". Since the classics have flowed eastward, the translators have been heavily blocked, and most of them have kept the text and rarely seen the round meaning. "If you forget to take the fish, then you can speak with him." So he reviewed the truth and customs, studied the cause and effect, and said that the good would not be rewarded (the best way is to do nothing, so the result is not enough), and became a Buddha. Another six volumes of "Mud" first to Kyoto, the analysis of the manager, into the hole, is said to mention (can not become a Buddha) all people can become a Buddha. After Nirvana, as for Nanjing, Guo said that there was Buddha nature, which was in line with what was said before. Zhu Daosheng was so talented that he was honored as Shenggong. He was a famous Buddhist master in the history of Chinese Buddhism. Even the legendary saying of Shenggong, the stone nodded, is still a scene of Tiger Hill in Suzhou. His sudden enlightenment as a Buddha said that later Zen Buddhism would certainly be used as a magic weapon to take over. This epiphany, Mr. Tang Yongtong's History of Buddhism in the Han, Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, has two meanings: (1) Zong is extremely wonderful, and Li is beyond the image. To conform to the principle and prove the body does not allow the class. Zhi Daolin and others said that enlightenment is in the seven dwelling places (the seven steps of spiritual practice and enlightenment), which is naturally fragmented. (2) The Buddha-nature originally exists, and to see the nature and become a Buddha is to reverse the origin. All living beings inherit this to live, so it is explained that there is nature. The true nature of those who oppose the original is spontaneous and self-evident, so those who realize realize themselves. Because those who are enlightened are self-enlightened, they are different from those who are taught and have faith in practice. As soon as you enter the truth, you will have an epiphany and become a Buddha. As soon as you mention that you have the Buddha nature,hot tub wholesale, your self-nature is pure, and liberation lies in understanding the mind and seeing the nature, which is no different from what later Zen masters advocated. monalisa.com

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