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The Gates of Chan Buddhism=入禪之門
Author Shi, Jing-hui (著)=釋淨慧 (au.) ; 林蓉輝
Content type書籍=Book
Keyword公案=語錄=Koan; 佛教人物=Buddhist; 法師=Master; 菩提達摩=菩提達磨=達摩=達磨=Bodhidharma; 漢代佛教=Han Buddhism; 禪宗=Zazen Buddhism=Zen Buddhism=Son Buddhism=Chan Buddhism
AbstractBODHIDHARMA’S GATE: "Chan (Zen) in fact is an “impregnable fortress”, without a gate to enter. Suppose there is really a gate, that gate would simply be a method of training to be taken up in the Chan tradition. That is why when a monk asked Master Zhao Zhou (778 - 897): “Has a dog Buddha-nature or not?” Master Zhao Zhou retorted: “Wu.” Later on, this Gongan (koan) formed part of a specific approach in the Chan School." The author, Venerable Jing Hui is a Chan Master and a vice–president of the Buddhist Association of China.
Created date2006.11.28
Modified date2014.06.23

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