Site mapAbout usConsultative CommitteeAsk LibrarianContributionCopyrightCitation GuidelineDonationHome        

CatalogAuthor AuthorityGoogle
Search engineFulltextScripturesLanguage LessonsMuseumLinks
 
Bookmark and Share


Extra service
Tools
Export
Hoofprint of the Ox : Principles of the Chan Buddhist Path as Taught by a Modern Chinese Master
Author Shih, Sheng-yen=釋聖嚴 ; Stevenson, Dan
Date2001.02.01
Pages256
PublisherOxford University Press, USA
LocationNew York, NY, US [紐約, 紐約州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
Keyword尸羅=戒=command=Precept=sila=morality=rule=discipline=prohibition; 佛教人物=Buddhist; 法師=Master; 開悟=證悟=Satori=Enlightenment
AbstractRevered by Buddhists in the United States and China, Master Sheng-yen shares his wisdom and teachings in this first comprehensive English primer of Chan, the Chinese tradition of Buddhism that inspired Japanese Zen. Often misunderstood as a system of mind games, the Chan path leads to enlightenment through apparent contradiction. While demanding the mental and physical discipline of traditional Buddhist doctrine, it asserts that wisdom (Buddha-nature) is innate and immediate in all living beings, and thus not to be achieved through devotion to the strictures of religious
ISBN0195136934 (hc)
Hits892
Created date2006.09.14



Best viewed with Chrome, Firefox, Safari(Mac) but not supported IE

Notice

You are leaving our website for The full text resources provided by the above database or electronic journals may not be displayed due to the domain restrictions or fee-charging download problems.

Record correction

Please delete and correct directly in the form below, and click "Apply" at the bottom.
(When receiving your information, we will check and correct the mistake as soon as possible.)

Serial No.
135765

Search History (Only show 10 bibliography limited)
Search Criteria Field Codes
Search CriteriaBrowse