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八指頭陀寄禪法師的詩風禪韻和禪學思想=Poetic Chan Rhyme and Chan Thoughts about Eight Fingers Tou-to Ji-chan Master
Author 黃連忠 (著)=Huang, Lien-chung (au.)
Source 圓光佛學學報=Yuan Kuang Journal of Buddhist Studies
Pages163 - 190
Publisher圓光佛學研究所=Yuan Kuang Buddhist College
Publisher Url
Location桃園縣, 臺灣 [Taoyuean hsien, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword八指頭陀=Eight Fingers Tou-to; 寄禪法師=Ji-chan Master; 敬安=respect and comfort; 禪詩=Chan poetry; 天童寺=Tiantong Temple



Ji-chan Master (AD. 1852-1912) integrated in poetic monk, Chan great master and Buddhist leader at late Qing Dynasty and he lived in Age of Turbulence and dangerous fate of Buddhism, subsequently became a leader of Buddhism at late Qing Dynasty, as well as appointed as the first chairman of Chinese Buddhist Association after it was established. Ji-chan Master successively acted as the abbot of several Buddhist monasteries before and after the Republic of China, he was dedicated to poetry and regularly went and came to poets league and was named as poet monk at late Qing Dynasty.

There is always succeeding in poem in Tiantong temple in Ningbo (China mainland) from Late Ming Dynasty to late Qing Dynasty; in which there was some asthmatic atmosphere resulting from poetic Chan. In Ji-chan Master’s poetry and poetic style, secular feelings for patriotism, sorrow for people and pity on the livelihood as well as protection of Buddhist benefit for livelihood were naturally revealed whitin poetic style of poetic mood that Chan rhythm out of words and enlightenment by environment also appeared. At the turbulence of late Qing Dynasty, Ji-chan Master revealed warm-hearted and the wrath of the world and protection of Buddhism from his poems, also incorporated enlightenment of generosity out of the world about Yunshui Chan thought, which became key point for discussion and studies in this Article.

Heart Access about poem creation by Ji-chan Master revealed his sorrowful and depressed feeling about one’s hardships in the course of elaboration for poetry and words study. Moreover, between poetic words tempering and asthmatic artistic presentation, we disclosed that Ji-chan Master desired to improve life level of Buddhist monasteries and present life aesthetics by reciting poetry; even seamless access to mode of Chan enlightenment, beauty of poetic rhythm and warmhearted protection of Buddhism, featuring mutual poet and Chan enlightenment, mutual proof of Chan and poet. So, Ji-chan Master’s poetic style revealed generous enlightenment and poetic inspiration, between which there incorporated in deep feeling about irregular life and sorrow for family and country. Sorrow for livelihood and patriotism and protection of Buddhism by Ji-chan Master not only revealed in form of Chan rhythm and poetic patriotism; but also intimately incorporated in his conventional law and ultimate law. Ji chan Master was named as Lengxiang after he passed away;Lengxiang succeeded in it during turbulent world would be admired and limitlessly missed among descendents.
Table of contents摘要 163
一、前言 168
二、寄禪法師的詩風禪韻及其藝術特質 170
三、寄禪法師的禪學思想流變梗概 181
四、結論 188
參考書目 190
ISSN16086848 (P)
Created date2018.03.19
Modified date2020.04.15

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