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Tibet's Great Yogī Milarepa
著者 Evans-Wentz, W. Y.
出版年月日1999
ページ316
出版者PILGRIMS BOOKS PVT. LTD.
出版サイト http://gfas.com/pilgrims
出版地New Delhi, India [新德里, 印度]
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
キーワード藏傳佛教=西藏佛教=Tibetan Buddhism; 傳記=Biography; 密勒日巴=Milarepa; 心靈=Spiritual; 緣起=paticca-samuppada=pratitya-samutpada=conditions; 緣起=pratitya-samutpada=conditions=paticca-samuppada
抄録Here is an authentic presentation of the teachings of Late Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup, the Tibetan Guru, for the Western World. It aims at fostering greater understanding and further study by researchers on certain aspects of Higher or Transcendental Mahayanic Teachings.
The book is replete with authoritative information gathered by author during his years of wandering through great Himalayas. It is strikingly similar found similar to the ancient ideals of Asceticism and world Renenciation which Milarepa, faithful to his Chief 'Guru' Gautama the Buddha, expounded in his Biography. It has still large adherents among Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Taoists, Islamic Sufis and even Christians throughout Asia.
The book in its small way plays important role to help the people of Europe and America to realize that the people of the Orient are moved by impulses common to all humanity, and hold fast to religious ideals, in essence, the same as their own. It emphasises that anthropologically the human race is one Family, that external differences due to hereditary racial characteristics, pigmentation and physical environment are, infact, purely superficial.
This translation of the Life history of Milarepa will make him as well known and esteemed in other lands as he is already in his own.
目次PREFACE vii
DESCRIPTION OF ILLUSTRATIONS xv
INTRODUCTION 1
I. The Importance of the Jetsün-Kahbun 1
II. Historical Value of the Narrative 2
III. Tibetan Schools of Buddhist Philosophy 4
IV. The Kargyütpa Apostolic Succession 6
V. The Modern Successors of Milarepa 8
VI. Kargyütpas Compared with Christian Gnostics 10
VII. Dissenting Sects 12
VIII. Genealogical Tree of Lāmaist Sects 14
IX. The Defence of the Hermit Ideal 15
X. The Arhant Problem 20
XI. The Text and its Translation 24
XII. The Place of the Jetsün-Kahbum in the Literature of Tibet 27
XIII. Milarepa as one of Humanity's Heroes 28
RECHUNG'S TIBETAN INTRODUCTION 31
PART I THE PATH OF DARKNESS CHAPTER I: THE LINEAGE AND BIRTH Telling of Rechung's Dreams, which led to the Writing of this Bibliography; and of Milarepa's Ancestry and Birth 41
CHAPTER II: THE TASTING OF SORROW Telling of the Death and Last Will of Milarepa's Father; the Misappropriation of the Estate by the Paternal Uncle and his Mother and Sister endured 54
CHAPTER III: THE PRACTISING OF THE BLACK ART Telling of Jetsün's Guru and Mastery of the Black Art; and of how Jetsün destroyed Thirty-Five of his Enemies and the Rich Barley Harvest of the Others, by Magic 61
PART II THE PATH OF LIGHT INTRODUCTION 83
CHAPTER IV: THE SEEKING OF THE HOLY DHARMA Telling of how Jetsün departed from his Guru of the Black Art; and of how Jetsün found his Guru of the True Doctrine, Marpa the Translator 84
CHAPTER V: The PROBATION AND PENANCE Telling of how Jetsün Obeyed the Commands of his Guru Marpa, thereby Suffering Strange Trials and Great Tribulations; and of how, in Despondency, he Thrice Deserted Marpa and Sought another Guru, and then returned to Marpa 93
CHAPTER VI: THE INITIATION Telling of the Completion of Jetsün's Probation; of Jetsün's Initiation; and of Marpa's Predictions concerning Jetsün 129
CHAPTER VII: THE PERSONAL GUIDANCE BY THE GURU Telling of the Fruits of Jetsün's Meditation and Study; of Marpa's Last Journey to India; of Jetsün's Prophetic Dream and its Interpretation by Marpa; and of Marpa's special charge to each of his Four Chief Disciples 136
CHAPTER VIII: THE PARTING FROM THE GURU Telling of how Jetsün, led by a Dream, left his Hermitage, and going to his Guru, secured permission to cisit Tsa, Jetsün's Birthplace; of the Guru's Final Instructions and Admonitions; of the Sorrowful Parting; and of how Jetsün reached Tsa 158
CHAPTER IX: THE RENUNCIATION Telling of the Disillusionment which Jetsün met when he had reached his Home; and of his Vows to Live the Ascetic Life and Practise Meditation in Solitude 173
CHAPTER X: THE MEDITATION IN SOLITUDE Telling of how Jetsün entered into Solitary Meditation in the Mountain Solitudes; of the Outer Experiences, and of the Psycho-Physical Results which Ensued; and of his Songs Recording each Event 182
CHAPTER XI: THE HERMITAGES AND SERVICE RENDERED TO SENTIENT BEINGS Telling of Jetsün's Disciples and Places of Meditation; and of the Recorded Writings concerning Jetsün 235
CHAPTER XII: THE NIRVĀṆA Telling of how Jetsün came to take Poisoned Curds from Tsaphuwa's Concubine; of the Last Assembly of Jetsün's Followers, and the Attendant Marvels; of Jetsün's Discourse on Illness and Death; of His Final Testamentary Teachings; of the Conversion of Tsaphuwa; of the Last Will; of the Passing Away in Samādhi, and the Resultant Super-normal Phenomena; of Rechung's Late Arrival and Prayer to Jetsün, and the Answer; of the Marvellous Events Connected with Cremation and the Reliques; of the Execution of Jetsün's Last Will; and concerning his Disciples 244
ISBN8176240575
ヒット数163
作成日2004.07.30
更新日期2020.01.22



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