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智顗與聖嚴觀心法門於禪病之對治=Masters Zhi-Yi and Sheng-Yen’s Treatment of “Chan Sickness” by Chan Meditation
Author 郭秀年 (著)=Guo, Xiu-nian (au.)
Source 2021 第八屆漢傳佛教與聖嚴思想國際學術研討會
Date2021.06.30
Publisher財團法人聖嚴教育基金會
Publisher Url https://www.shengyen.org.tw/index.aspx?lang=cht
Location臺北, 臺灣 [Taipei, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Language中文=Chinese
Keyword權疾; 實疾; 善用心; 默照禪; 話頭禪; 禪病; 四運心; Chan Sickness; Good Intentions; Four Immeasurables; Silent Illumination; Meditation; Hua-Tou Meditation
Abstract「有身即是病」,是否意味著我們不可避免的要面對病患?儘管物質性的身病可以靠醫藥技術療治,然而,「病由心作,從心治」來反思疾病的根源;換言之,面對病痛之際我們是否可以有更殊勝的心境轉現?二位法師在修道、解脫上都重視觀心,(隋)智顗法師說「一心修三昧消眾病」、「一念病心即是法界法性」;聖嚴法師以「善用心」治禪病。

佛學作為生命之學或說心靈的醫藥是無可否認的,也就是實踐圓頓教觀。本文擬探討智顗法師與聖嚴法師,對於疾病的觀點與對治方法的比較論述,或許可提供身心療癒的另一思考方向。本文結合智顗的圓教義理、止觀治病與聖嚴的「善用心」治禪病,具體而言,就是不限任何時地,行住坐臥,念念與「無心」相應,的身心自在狀態為治禪病之方。

“There is a body, therefore there is sickness,” means that we inevitably have to face disease and suffering. Although the physical body can be treated with medical science, “disease originates in the mind,” which reminds us to reflect on the root causes of the disease. In other words, can we transform our mind when confronted with disease? The two masters emphasise practice and liberation, and Master Zhiyi says that “single-pointed concentration eliminates all ills,” and that “single-pointedness of the ill mind is the dharmanature of the dharma-realm.” Master Sheng-yen says that “good intentions cure all ills,” referring to Chan sickness.

Buddhism as the study of life, or as the medicine of the mind, will not say otherwise, that is, the doctrine of the sudden and perfect practice. This paper intends to explore the views of Masters Zhiyi and Sheng-yen and their views of disease and comparative discussion of therapeutic methods. This may provide another direction for the study of physical and mental healing. This paper combines the Perfect Teaching, the therapeutic method of cessation and contemplation, and the “good intentions” of Sheng-yen’s treatment of Chan sickness, in particular, to achieve the “mindless” state of physical and mental comfort to cure the Chan sickness.
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