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Suzuki, T D- Buddhism - Manual Of Zen Buddhism

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Manual of Zen Buddhism
DAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, D.LITT.
Manual of Zen Buddhism
Table of Contents
Manual of Zen Buddhism...................................................................................................................................1

DAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, D.LITT.................................................................................................1
EDITOR'S FOREWORD TO SECOND EDITION................................................................................2
EDITOR'S NOTE TO SECOND EDITION............................................................................................3
PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION............................................................................................................3
I. GATHAS AND PRAYERS..............................................................................................................................3
I. ON OPENING THE SUTRA...............................................................................................................3
II. CONFESSION....................................................................................................................................4
III. THE THREEFOLD REFUGE...........................................................................................................4
IV. THE FOUR GREAT VOWS[1]........................................................................................................4
V. THE WORSHIPPING OF THE SARIRA..........................................................................................4
VI. THE TEACHING OF THE SEVEN BUDDHAS.............................................................................4
VII. THE GATHA OF IMPERMANENCE[1].......................................................................................5
VIII. THE YEMMEI KWANNON TEN\u2212CLAUSE SUTRA[1]...........................................................5
IX. PRAYER ON THE OCCASION OF FEEDING THE HUNGRY GHOSTS..................................5
X. GENERAL PRAYER[1].....................................................................................................................7
XI. PRAYER OF THE BELL..................................................................................................................7
II. THE DHARANIS............................................................................................................................................8
I. DHARANI OF REMOVING DISASTERS.........................................................................................8
II. DHARANI OF THE GREAT COMPASSIONATE ONE................................................................8
III. DHARANI OF THE VICTORIOUS BUDDHA\u2212CROWN.............................................................9
III. THE SUTRAS..............................................................................................................................................10
I. ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE SHINGYO............................................................................10
II. THE KWANNON SUTRA[1]..........................................................................................................12
III. THE KONGOKYO OR DIAMOND SUTRA[2]............................................................................18
IV. THE LANKAVATARA SUTRA....................................................................................................24
XVIII......................................................................................................................................................26
XIX........................................................................................................................................................26
XXIV......................................................................................................................................................26
XXVIII...................................................................................................................................................27
XXXV....................................................................................................................................................28
XXXVII.................................................................................................................................................30
LXVIII...................................................................................................................................................31
V. THE RYOGONKYO, OR SURANGAMA SUTRA[1]..................................................................32
IV. FROM THE CHINESE ZEN MASTERS....................................................................................................36
I. BODHIDHARMA ON THE TWOFOLD ENTRANCE TO THE TAO[1].....................................36
II. ON BELIEVING IN MIND (SHINJIN\u2212NO\u2212MEI)[2]....................................................................38
III. FROM HUI\u2212NENG'S TAN\u2212CHING[1].........................................................................................42
IV. YOKA DAISHI'S "SONG OF ENLIGHTENMENT"[1]..............................................................46

V. BASO (MA\u2212TSU) AND SEKITO (SHIH\u2212T'OU), TWO GREAT MASTERS OF THE\ue000
T'ANG DYNASTY................................................................................................................................53
VI. HUANG\u2212PO'S SERMON, FROM "TREATISE ON THE ESSENTIALS OF THE\ue000
TRANSMISSION OF MIND" (DENSHIN HOYO).............................................................................59
VII. GENSHA ON THE: THREE INVALIDS[1]. Preliminary Remark.............................................63
Illustrative Case.....................................................................................................................................63
Commentary Notes................................................................................................................................64
Seccho's Remarks in Verse....................................................................................................................66
Yengo's Comment on Seccho................................................................................................................66

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VIII. THE TEN OXHERDING PICTURES. Preliminary....................................................................67
The Ten Oxherding Pictures, I. by Kaku\u2212an........................................................................................68
The Ten Oxherding Pictures, II.............................................................................................................71
V. FROM THE JAPANESE ZEN MASTERS...................................................................................................73
I. DAI\u2212O KOKUSHI "ON ZEN"..........................................................................................................73
2. DAI\u2212O KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION[1]..........................................................................................74
3. DAITO KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION..............................................................................................74
IV. KWANZAN KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION[1]...............................................................................75
V. MUSO KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION..............................................................................................76
VI. HAKUIN'S "SONG OF MEDITATION".......................................................................................76
VI. THE BUDDHIST STATUES AND PICTURES IN A ZEN MONASTERY............................................77
II. THE BODHISATTVAS...................................................................................................................78
III. THE ARHATS.................................................................................................................................79
IV. THE PROTECTING GODS............................................................................................................79
V. SOME OF THE HISTORICAL FIGURES......................................................................................80ii

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