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Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Spoken by the Buddha

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Published by Buddhist Text Translation Society .
Written in English


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Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL25158910M
ISBN 100881399574
ISBN 10978-0881399578


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A further meaning of "sutra" is "a path." Sutras teach people methods for cultivation, so the word "sutra" also means a path for cultivation. There are other meanings as well in the word "sutra." This is a general explanation of the meaning of the Sutra's title, The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha.

THE SUTRA OF THE FORTY-TWO SECTIONS. At this time, the world-honoured one having perfected reason, considered thus in his mind: "The banishment of lust (or desire), resulting in a state of perfect rest and quietness, this is the very first and most excellent standing ground, the great means of subduing all the wiles of Mara (or of overcoming all the followers of Mara or the way of Mara).".

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Lectures by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua, Given at Gold Mountain Monastery, San Francisco, California, in The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha.

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Get this from a library. The sutra in forty-two sections spoken by the Buddha: based on the translation into Chinese by the Venerable Kashyapa-matanga and Venerable Gobharana: a simple explanation. [Hsüan Hua; Buddhist Text Translation Society.]. And so, this sutra, The Sutra in Forty-two Sections, Spoken by the Buddha, was the first sutra to be translated when Buddhism was transmitted to China.

Translated, reviewed, and edited by members of the Buddhist Text Translation Society. The Sutra in Forty -Two Sections Spoken by the Buddha. Hsuan Hua.1 Rating; $; $; Publisher Description. This short yet important sutra gives us a picture of the entire range of the Buddha s teachings, from the basic to the profound.

With its repeated emphasis on the importance of eliminating desire and greed, this sutra is 5/5(1). A further meaning of "sutra" is path.

Sutras teach people methods for cultivation, so the word "sutra" also means a path for cultivation. There are other meanings as well in the word "sutra." This is a general explanation of the meaning of the Sutra title, The Sutra in. A Commentary by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua.

The Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Spoken by the Buddha Contents. Preface and Section 1 Section 1: Leaving Home and Becoming an Arhat Section Section 2: Eliminating Desire and Ending Seeking. The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha (Section 1 to 7) Lectures by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua, Given at Gold Mountain Monastery, San Francisco, California, in Sutra in Forty-Two Sections (Section 1 to 7) there may be many people who will become enlightened upon reading that book.

That is a future matter. The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha. The ten words of the title express both the general and individual names of this Sutra. All sutras spoken by the Buddha share the general name "sutra." The individual name, which accompanies the word "sutra," is the particular name of that sutra, which distinguishes it from other sutras.

The sutra of fourty two sections spoken by the buddha 1. se + = tr!.y lhc Sutra, of l,orty-tw,o Secti orrs > ;H flim;fi rF, -t*tF=iDI"l 1iff ffi Translated into Chinese from Sanskrit by I KASYAPA MATANGA I and GOBHARANA tll,i,-i?+i: 4,tl ttrnp], I: l Translatecl into English from the Chinese VersionI by UPASAKA CHU CHAN TJOHN BLOFELDJ.

THE SUTRA IN FORTY TWO SECTIONS SPOKEN BY THE BUDDHA. It can also be viewed as a bed at the Buddha, and forty-two chapters is the term continental forty-two, or forty-two of his teachings. THE SUTRA IN FORTY TWO SECTIONS SPOKEN BY THE BUDD T.

The Buddha teaches: ỀCó, Buddhists hold listeners, and graduate from, Hanh practice bèn deliberately to have yelled at Buddha. as heard that Buddha was a monastery and preserve, still happy great austerities, so coming from in front of Him that deliberately insults.

The Sutra in forty-two sections spoken by the Buddha / based on the translation into Chinese by the venerable Kashyapa-matanga and venerable Gobharana ; with explanation by the venerable master Hsuan Hua Buddhist Text Translation Society Ukiah, Calif Australian/Harvard Citation.

Hsuan Hua. & Kaśyapa Mataṅga. & Gobharana. The following points are culled and reworked from The Sutra of Forty-Two Sections Spoken by the Buddha. Kernels that are not annotated here, may be found in the first or fourth translation in the book list at the bottom of the page.

~ೞ⬯ೞ~ From the Sutra of Forty-Two Sections. When the World-Honoured One [Buddha] had become Enlightened, he.

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Free shipping for many products. In the Shurangama Sutra, the Buddha describes the nature of reality and mind consciousness by stripping Ananda of his attachment to the. The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha.

Lectures by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua given at Gold Mountain Monastery, San Francisco, California, in (Translation with commentaries) Beal, Samuel, trans.

The Sutra of the Forty-two Sections, Journal of. ART. XIVThe Sutra of the Forty-two Sections, from the ChineseTranslated by the REVEREND S. BEAL. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. THE ordinary account of the introduction of Buddhist books and tracts into China is the following: "In the fourth year of the reign of Ming-Ti, of the Han dynasty, the Emperor dreamt that he saw a divine personage, with a body like gold, and six chang in height, his.

The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha Section 36 to 37 (difficulties of being born human and to hear the Dharma) 3.

What did the Buddha mean when he said “One is one’s own refuge, who else could be the refuge”. How does one become his own ‘refuge’. Sutta mentioned in book. The First Teaching Of The Buddha Flawless Purity Sutra - A dialogue with the Laywoman Gangottara Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Fourth Khandhaka - The Pavàranà Ceremony at the End of the Rainy Season, Vassa G Gaddula Sutta - The Leash Gadrabha Sutta - The Donkey Ganakamoggallana Sutta - The Discourse to Ganaka-Moggallana Ganda Sutta - A Boil.

Shurangama Sutra reading based on the sutra text published: The Shurangama Sutra, BTTS Publication () This narration is a voluntary work.

India, and diligently seek after the law of Buddha." After eleven years, In and the others returned from India, having obtained the picture of Buddha, which King Yau-Chan* caused to be made, and also the classic of the Forty-two Sections.

They were accompanied alsei, on their invitation, by the Shamans5. The Sutra in Forty-Two Sections: B.T.T.S. The sutra of forty-two sections spoken by the Buddha John Blofeld The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha: Commentaries by Ven.

Master Hsuan Hua The Sayings of the Buddha in Forty-Two Sections Kasyapa Matanga, Gobharana The Sutra of the Forty-Two Sections: S. BEAL: Hungarian. The Sutra of Forty-Two Sections Translated by Kasyapa Matanga and Gobharana; The Sutra of Forty-Two Sections Translated by Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society; The Sutra of Forty-Two Sections Translated by T.D.

Suzuki (copyrighted material) The Golden Light Sutra, Provided by The Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. Inthe Venerable Master opened talks on the Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Spoken by the Buddha, the earliest Sutra translated in China.

In simple and lucid language, the book in forty-two short chapters clearly states the step-by-step process of cultivation, from leaving home-life, cultivating the Way, up to becoming sages. The Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Spoken by Buddha: Based on the Translation into Chinese by the Venerable Kashyapa-Matanga and Venerable Gobharana: A Simple Explanation Hsüan Hua from: $ At this time the world-honoured one spoke this exact Sutra, containing forty-two sections.

"Buddha said: The man who leaves his family, quits his house, enters on the study of supreme reason, searches out the deepest principle of his intelligent mind, (to) understand the law which adroits of no active exertion,--this man is called a Shamun.

also he ordered a likeness of Buddha to be set up at the Tsing­ leung-toi,' or the Southern Palace, as well as over the chief gate of the city (of Lo-) Yang, that both the ministers and people might see and reverence it." This account may be also found briefly given at the end of the book File Size: 2MB.

About the Book The Eight Realizations of a Bodhisattva Sutra allows us to see the world as a bodhisattva does: complete with its share of difficulties and troubles, but also equip with endless opportunities to become wiser and more compassionate. The Great Realizations is a new English translation and commentary that weaves the teachings of this essential sutra into the larger Buddhist tradition.

The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha, the first Chinese Buddhist text, translated in 67 by Kasyapa-Matanga 迦葉摩騰 and Gobharana 竺法蘭 (Dharmaraksha) 四 十 二 章 經 妙 法 莲 华 经. Tibetan Buddhism.

Gampopa (12th century), one of the main early masters of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, followed the Indian Buddhist tradition, starting with the 3rd-century Hinayana texts of Vasubandhu, that oral and anal sex, whether with a man or a woman, are violations of the third precept regarding inappropriate sexual behavior.

Longchenpa, the 13th-century founder of the Nyingma. The Sutra in Forty-two Sections Spoken by the Buddha, the first Chinese Buddhist text, translated in 67 by Kasyapa-Matanga 迦葉摩騰 and Gobharana 竺法蘭 (Dharmaraksha) 四 十 二 章 經 剖 腹 产 手 术.

In the Sutra of Forty-Two Sections, the Buddha asked his disciples, “How long is one’s life?” One of the monks replied, “A few years.” The next one answered, “A few days!” Another one said, “Less than one day!” Another responded, “Between meals!” Finally, the. The two emmisaries wrote the "The Sutra of forty-two sections spoken by the Buddha" so as to offer a guidance on the ideas of Buddhism and conducts of monks.

This is widely regarded as the first Buddhist text in Chinese language though there are recording of this. Sutra on the Eight Realizations 2. The Enlightenment Sutra The Empty Beggar's Bowl Esukaari Sutta Filial Piety Sutra The First Discourse Of The Buddha First Khandhaka The First Teaching The First Teaching Of The Buddha The Sutra Called Flawless Purity Sutra in Forty-Two Sections Fourth Khandhaka.

buddha lao tu To have knowledge of the Way is good. Conforming to the Way is best. The Tao Te Ching To follow the Way is goodness. To conform to the Way is greatness. The Sutra of Forty-two Sections If you seek the Way through learning, you will not understand it.

If you seek the Way with a humble heart, then you will find it. The Tao Te Ching.The Sayings of the Buddha in Forty-Two Sections by Gobharana & Kasyapa Matanga — PDF ( MB) The Sayings of the Buddha in Forty-Two Sections by Gobharana & Kasyapa Matanga — PDF ( MB) The Seeker's Glossary of Buddhism 2nd ed by Canada & Sutra Translation Committee of USA — PDF ( MB) The Sixth Patriarch's Dharma Jewel.The Sutra spoken by the Buddha on the Great Dragon Krkala's Victory, the Exterior-Path Practitioners' surrender, and the Dharani (Tsun).html The Mahāyana Sūtra on the Greatly Auspicious Heavenly Maiden’s Twelve Categories with the Undefiled Names.