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長長長 Changlu Zongze</font> <font size="5" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
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<font size="3">Honorific title: 慈慈慈慈 Cijue Dashi (Great Teacher
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“</font><font size="3">Compassionate Enlightenment”)</font></font></p>
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坐坐 Zuochan yi<br>
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<em>(English:) </em>Models for Sitting Meditation</font></p>
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苑苑苑 Chanyuan qinggui </font><font size="3" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
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(Rōmaji:) Chōro Sōsaku: Zenen shingi <br>
(English:) Rules of purity for the Chan Monastery<br>
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<p><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">Changlu Zongze.
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Arial. Arial. sans-serif"><a href="#a">The Zuochanyi by Changlu Zongze</a> <br> </font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. When a<br> revised edition of the Chanyuan qinggui was published in 1202. Arial. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3"><br> Contents </font></strong></font></font></b></font></div></TD> </TR> <TR> <TD>&nbsp. fl. sans-serif"><font size="2" face="Verdana. Changlu also seems to<br> have had a close relation to the disciples of Tianyi Yihuai (993–1064). Helvetica. Arial.html" target="_blank">The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism</a> (PDF. himself a<br> disciple of the Yunmen Chan master XUEDOU CHONGXUAN. the recitation of the name of the buddha<br> AMITĀBHA.<br> during his tenure at the Chan monastery Hongji chanyuan in 1103. the CHANYUAN QINGGUI. Arial. Helvetica. and later inherited the latter’s lineage.<br> whence he acquired his toponym. Arial. Arial. Changlu Zongze is<br> most famous for his compilation of the influential text on Chan monastic<br> regulations or “rules of purity” (QINGGUI). but Changlu is said to have been a native of<br> Yongnian in Luozhou. sans-serif"><img src="https://terebess. K. Arial. sans-serif"><img src="https://terebess. Helvetica. Página 2 . Changlu was later given the title Chan master<br> Cijue (Compassionate Enlightenment).hu/zen/magyar. Arial. Helvetica. Helvetica. Changlu is also remembered as a PURE LAND adept renowned for his<br> rigorous practice of NIANFO. sans-serif"><a href="Princeton-Dictionary-of-Buddhism. in present-day Henan province. Arial. probably composed by Changlu or his colleagues.u.). He later moved to Changlu in present-day Jiangxi province. was<br> included. Chōro Sōsaku.<br> late eleventh to early twelfth centuries). Little is known about his life. sans-serif"><br> </font><font size="2" face="Verdana. Chinese CHAN monk of the YUNMEN<br> ZONG.u. Helvetica.txt (J.</TD> <TD><p><strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial.hu/zen/angol..gif" width="36" height="25" border="0"> <b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica.</font><font size="3" face="Verdana. Changlu<br> eventually became a student of Tianyi’s disciples Fayun Faxiu (1027–1090) and<br> Changlu Yingfu (d. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3"><br> Tartalom</font></strong></font></font></b></font></div></TD> <TD width="65%"><div align="center"><font size="2" face="Verdana.gif" width="36" height="25" border="0"> <b><font face="Verdana. sans-serif"><font size="2" face="Verdana. c. changlu. the meditation<br> manual ZUOCHAN YI. 2014) </font><font size="3" face="Verdana. Helvetica. sans-serif"><br> <br> </font></p> <div align="center"> <TABLE WIDTH="80%" BORDER="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"> <TR> <TD width="35%"><div align="center"><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Changno Chongsaek 長長長長) (d. Helvetica. Helvetica.

Helvetica. Arial. Helvetica. sans-serif"><br> Translated by Thomas Cleary </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif"><br> </font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. Helvetica. Arial. sans-serif">PDF: <a href="Chanyuan-qinggui. Helvetica. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#FF8040"><a name="a" id="a"></a></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></strong></font><f ont face="Verdana. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. Helvetica. Helvetica. Helvetica. Arial. Helvetica. Arial. Helvetica. Arial. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b></b></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></strong></font><strong> <font size="3" face="Verdana. sans-serif"><a href="#c"><strong>Cijiao's Rules for Meditation</strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana.pdf" target="_blank">Form of Zazen</a></strong> </font><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Helvetica. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. Arial. Arial. sans-serif">PDF: <strong><a href="dogen/Fukanzazengi-6. sans-serif"><br> Translated by Hakuun Barnhard</font></font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Helvetica. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. sans-serif"><br> Translated by Shohaku Okumura</font></p> <p><strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. <em>Dōgen's Manuals of Zen Meditation.txt sans-serif">by Carl Bielefeldt </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Arial.</em> University of California Press. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica. Arial. sans-serif">from Carl Bielefeldt.pdf" target="_blank"><strong>An Annotated Translation and Study of the Chanyuan qinggui</strong></a> <br> by Yifa</font></p></TD> </TR> </TABLE> </div> <p align="left"><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b></b></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></strong></font></p> <p><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. Arial. Helvetica. 1988. sans-serif"><strong><a href="#d">120 Questions from the Zenen Shingi</a></strong><br> Translated by Antaiji </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Arial. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. Arial. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica. sans-serif"><br> Página 3 . Helvetica. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica. Helvetica. Arial. sans-serif"><a href="#b">Models for Sitting Meditation / Cijiao of Changlu</a> </font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif"></font></a><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Arial. Arial. Helvetica. Helvetica.</font></p> <p><strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font size="3" face="Verdana. Helvetica. sans-serif">The Zuochanyi by Changlu Zongze</font><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. changlu. Helvetica.

place your right hand on your left foot. and your left hand on your right palm. spread a thick mat in a quiet place. T'ien-t'ai's Chih-kuan. Surely this has a deep meaning. The eyes should remain slightly open. sans-serif">The Bodhisattva who studies prajñā should first arouse the thought of great compassion. you should relax your abdomen. by letting the wind fan the flame. it is because they do not take proper care. sans-serif">Once you have settled your posture and regulated your breathing. with no division between action and rest. then straighten your body and sit erect. The Śūraṅgama-sūtra. Yet if you just keep right thought present. And even one who has not yet achieved it. Or you may sit in the half cross-legged position: simply rest your left foot on your right foot. In ancient times. More recently. known to those who have mastered [meditation practice]. Next. Helvetica. Arial. and those who would be prepared in advance for the Página 4 . Honestly speaking. as the path gets higher. Do not lean to the left or right. there were monks eminent in the practice of meditation who always sat with their eyes open. sans-serif">When you sit in meditation. changlu. will not have to make much effort. Slowly raise your torso and stretch it forward. so that you take neither too much nor too little. sans-serif">If you grasp the point of this [practice]. Vowing to save sentient beings. and close your lips and teeth. the flavor of the dharma will sustain the spirit. as soon as you aware of it. Do not think of any good or evil whatsoever. and assume a proper demeanor. Loosen your robe and belt. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. demons flourish. and then carefully cultivate samādhi. Press the tips of your thumbs together. and Kuei-feng's Hsiu-cheng i give detailed explications of these demonic occurrences. you will not be deceived. Arial. in order to prevent drowsiness. and agreeable and disagreeable experiences are manifold. neck. adjust sleep. One who has already achieved clarification [of the truth] may be likened to the dragon gaining the water or the tiger taking to the mountains. If you remain for a long period forgetful of objects. Arial. Helvetica. If you attain samādhi [with the eyes open]. you will naturally become unified. Keep your hips. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. thoughts will be correct and clear. Make body and mind one. likening [their practice] to the ghost cave of the Black Mountain.txt </font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. and you will be calm. Your ears should be in line with your shoulders. Nevertheless. and joyful. Just assent to it. tso-ch'an is the dharma gate of ease and joy. back. Press your tongue against the front of your palate. First place your right foot on your left thigh. so that you neither deprive nor indulge yourself. Whenever a thought occurs. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. Then sit in the full cross-legged position. Regulate food and drink. the Ch'an master Fa-yün Yüan-t'ung criticized those who sit in meditation with their eyes closed. This is the essential art of tso-ch'an. Helvetica. Arial. making your posture like a stūpa. If there are many people who become ill [from its practice]. then place your left foot on your right thigh. the four elements [of the body] will become light and at ease. and head in line. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. lest it make your breathing forced and unsettled. he should not seek liberation for himself alone. make the extensive vows. none of them can obstruct you. pure. the spirit will be fresh and sharp. But do not strain your body upward too far. and your nose in line with your navel. sans-serif">Then cast aside all involvements and discontinue all affairs. it will vanish. Helvetica. it will be the most powerful. forward or backward. be aware of it. Swing to the left and right.

Helvetica. Helvetica. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. Arial. always employ appropriate means to protect and maintain the power of samādhi. sans-serif"><font size="3">Models for Sitting Meditation / Cijiao of Changlu </font></font></strong></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></strong></font>< /font></strong><strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Then your samādhi power will easily develop. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana.</p> <p align="left">&nbsp. how then could one who procrastinates possibly overcome karma? Therefore. After you have left samādhi. we should still the waves. Therefore. an ancient has said. Arial. sans-serif"><br> <font size="3" face="Verdana.” Thus. Those who Página 5 . sans-serif">Friends in Ch'an. he practices the control of the mind. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana.” The Lotus Blossom Sūtra says. then when it comes down to it. 1995. Arial. Helvetica. Helvetica. Arial. Sumeru. Helvetica. to seek the pearl. you will end your life in vain. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. transcending the profane and surpassing the holy are always contingent on the condition of dhyāna. immaculate wisdom always arises dependent on meditation. the pearl of the mind will appear of itself. Helvetica. and just as you are.</p> <p align="left"><strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. “In a quiet place. he may still not be in time. Arial. Helvetica. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana. Arial. do not be hasty or rough. Helvetica. the Perfect Enlightenment Sūtra says. Arial. if we disturb the water. changlu. ”Unimpeded. Helvetica. it will be hard to get. ”Without the power of samādhi. you will meekly cower at death's door. Arial. Benefiting others as well as ourselves. Arial. Helvetica. Helvetica. sans-serif"><font size="2"><br> </font></font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. sans-serif">1. </font></p> <p>&nbsp. If you do not practice meditation and enter dhyāna. Arial. you will drift [in saṃsāra]. sans-serif">In:<em> Minding Mind: A Course in Basic Meditation</em><br> Translated by Thomas Cleary <br> Boston. Arial.txt unforeseen should be familiar with them. Therefore. you will be completely at a loss. let us together achieve full enlightenment. move slowly and arise calmly. as though you were protecting an infant. Mass. : Shambhala.” Shutting your eyes. shedding [this body] while seated and fleeing [this life] while standing are necessarily dependent on the power of samādhi. 2009</font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. abiding motionless like Mt. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. Arial. 2nd Revised edition edition. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font size="3" face="Verdana. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. This one teaching of meditation is our most urgent business. Arial. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#FF8040"><a name="b" id="b"></a></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></b></font><font size="2" face="Verdana. When the water of meditation is clear. Helvetica. Even if one devotes himself to the practice his entire life. sans-serif">When you come out of samādhi. Helvetica. Arial. Helvetica. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. Helvetica. go over this text again and again. Helvetica.

then sit straight. <br> <br> 8. The eyes should be slightly open. the nose with the navel. of which adepts are aware. If you are going to attain meditation concentration. changlu. your form like a stupa. <br> <br> 6. Slowly raise the body forward. then relax your lower abdomen. Yet you should not make your body too extremely erect. The tongue rests on the <br> upper palate. your spine. Regulate your sleep. that is all. In spite of the fact that sitting Zen meditation is a scientific way to peace and bliss. to avoid brining on oblivion and drowsiness. uncluttered place. This is because they do not apply their minds correctly. <br> <br> 10. Do not lean to the left or right. and there is no gap between movement and stillness. first placing the right foot on the left thigh. and also rock to the left and right. on the palm of the right hand. and the base of the skull so that they support each other. <br> <br> 4. neither restricting it too much nor indulging in it too much. spread a thick sitting at in a quiet. If you get Página 6 . notice it. <br> <br> 7. <br> <br> 2. but maintain uniform order in your posture and carriage. not seeking liberation for your own self alone. Align the joints of your hips. taking neither to much nor too little. just put the left foot on the right leg. When you are going to sit in meditation. Wear your clothing loosely. This is the essential art of sitting Zen meditation. When a thought arises. <br> <br> 3. promising to liberate other people. The <br> half-lotus posture will also do.txt aspire to enlightenment and who would learn wisdom should first arouse an attitude of great compassion and make an all-encompassing vow to master concentration. The ears should be aligned with the shoulders. it disappears. <br> <br> 9. Then and only then should you let go of all objects and ought to rest all concerns. Eventually you forget mental objects and spontaneously become unified. Evidently there is deep meaning in this. <br> <br> 5. that power is supreme. the lips and teeth are touching. for that constricts the breathing and makes it uncomfortable. place the right hand on the left ankle. so that body and mind are one suchness. many people do it in a pathological manner that brings on sickness. and place the left hand. palm up. Then sit in the lotus posture. when you become aware of it. Have the thumbs of both hands brace each other up. then placing the left foot on the right thigh. do not tilt forward or backward. Moderate your food and drink. Chan Master Fayun Yuantong also scolded people for sitting in meditation with their eyes closed. In ancient times there were eminent monks specializing in concentration practice who always kept their eyes open when they sat. Once the physical posture is settled and the breath is tuned. Next. Do not think of anything good or bad. calling it a ghost cave in a mountain of darkness.

the savor of truth sustains the spirit. as if you were taking care of a baby. Nevertheless. <br> <br> 18. the Tiantai manuals of &quot. it is best to still the waves. Even if you work on it all your life. it will be hard to find if you stir the water. <br> <br> 11.In an unoccupied space. <br> <br> 12. to help themselves and help others alike to attain true awakening. Just make the mind receptive and you will not be cheated. and you experience pure bliss in a state of profound serenity.&quot. Therefore The Scipture of Complete Awakening says.</font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. one must depend on the power of concentration. when the Way is lofty. to die sitting or pass away standing. As long as you keep true mindfulness present. The Shurangama-sutra . If you do not meditate calmly and reflect quietly. however. this can be said to be like a dragon finding water. changlu. living out one's life in vain. and Guifengs Guidelines for Cultivation and Realization fully explains bedevilments. sans-serif"><br> <br> </font></p> Página 7 . <br> <br> 15. &quot. <br> <br> 14. demons abound. <br> <br> 19. you still may not succeed. the effort required is not much.stopping and seeing. practice collecting the mind. When you want to come out of concentration.txt the true sense. For those who have not yet had an awakening. it is still using the wind to blow on the fire. like a wandering vagrant. I hope that companions in meditation will read this tract over and over. So we know that in order to transcend the ordinary and go beyond the holy.&quot. For those who have already had an awakening. one <br> must make use of quiet meditation. <br> <br> 16. <br> <br> 13. Those whose preparation is insufficient should not fail to know these. When the water of concentration is still clear. True mindfulness is distinctly clear. you will be utterly at loss in this domain. all sorts of things offend and please. like a tier in the mountains. &quot. stabilizing it so that it is as immovable as the Polar Mountain. the pearl of mind reveals itself.Unhindered pure wisdom all comes from meditation concentration. none of this can hold you back. After coming out of concentration. So if you are going to look for a pearl. Then the power of concentration will be easy to perfect. Meditation concentration is a most urgent task. unseeing. slowly rock the body and rise calmly and carefully avoiding haste. Arial.&quot. Helvetica. then your body will naturally feel light and easy. while your vital spirit will be clear and keen. The Lotus Scripture says. at all times use whatever means expedient to preserve the power of concentration. how much more so if you waste time! What will you use to counteract karma? This is why the ancients said that if one lacks the power of concentration one willingly submits to death. <br> <br> 17.

then only put the left foot on top of the right thigh. Helvetica. sans-serif">Take food and drink in moderation. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. neither too much nor too little. left and right. Arial. so you do not solely seek freedom for yourself. with your lips and teeth together. Helvetica. eminent monks who practiced sitting in meditation. The vertebrae of the lower back. Arial.txt <p>&nbsp. Arial. sans-serif"><br> by master Cijiao (Compassionate Awakening) from Chang-lu (written 1103). Arial. Helvetica. Arial. Loosen up your belt and clothing. Regulate your sleep. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#FF8040"><a name="c" id="c"></a></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></b></font></strong>Cijiao's Rules for Meditation</font><font size="2" face="Verdana. let all phenomena rest. Helvetica. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif">Only then must you let go of all appearances. rest the right hand on the left foot and the left hand in the palm of the right one. <br> Zenmaster Dogen used parts of Cijao's Rules for meditation for his Zazen for anyone anywhere (Fukanzazengi). always have been sitting with open eyes. Arial. Next. sans-serif" size="2"><b><font face="Verdana. Arial. Hold your tongue pressed against your top teeth. sans-serif">Slowly rock back and forth. Arial. he was ordained in 1089. Arial. neither too long nor too short. Your eyes must be slightly open. Helvetica. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. this is the most powerful. sans-serif"><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. choose a quiet restful spot and put a thick cushion down. Helvetica. Arial. Date of birth is not known. with the thumbs touching and propping each other up. your shape like a stupa. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. For finding meditative stability (ch'an ting). Helvetica. without leaning to left or right. Helvetica. Página 8 . sans-serif">Then fold your legs together crossed into a knot (the Lotus-position). changlu. To cross just the one leg is also all right. Arial. Helvetica. spine and neck should be aligned with the top of the head and hold each other up.</p> <p><strong><font size="3" face="Verdana. and assume the proper posture and composure. sans-serif"></font></strong><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. In the past. to avoid dozing or falling asleep. Then sit steadily up straight. so that your body and mind can be one ‘just as it is-ness' and no gap exists between activity and stillness. sans-serif"><br> If you wish to train for the wisdom of enlightened being. Helvetica. you must first arouse the heart of great compassion and take the all-embracing (bodhisattva)-vow: to become versed in the practice of samadhi and liberate all beings. When you are going to meditate. <br> Translated by Hakuun Barnhard</font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. backward or forward. sans-serif">Keep your ears in line with the shoulders and your nose in line with your navel. Helvetica. First let the right foot rest on top of the left thigh and the left foot on the right thigh. Arial. But you must not rise up your body too much so your energy gets excited. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica. sans-serif"><b><font face="Verdana.

you naturally become one. Helvetica. can be called a dragon that has found water. Quiet stability settles and clarifies the water so that the jewel of the heart-mind will naturally show itself. are all concerned with exposing hindrances. they are a ‘must know' for those who are not well prepared. sans-serif">The grounded stillness of meditation is a most urgent matter. sans-serif">I venture to say that this sitting in meditation is the Dharma-gate to peace and joy. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Helvetica.txt </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. When a thought arises. there are plenty of pitfalls (lit: demons). right thought clearly stands out. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. do at all times what is beneficial. this all cannot hold us back. When you forget all reasoning for a long time. slowly move the body and carefully get up. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. sans-serif">For this knowledge of transcending the ordinary as well as the sacred. Arial. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. not abruptly. Helvetica. Helvetica.” </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. who searches the jewel must still the waves. Helvetica. So. Helvetica. sans-serif">Therefore the Perfect Enlightenment Sutra says: “Unimpeded pure wisdom entirely depends on the presence of the grounded stillness of meditation. sans-serif">Master Fa-yun Yuan-tong reprimanded those meditating with their eyes closed. to die sitting or standing. That many people become ill. When you do sit with the right mind. Do not get involved in thoughts about good or bad. as experienced meditators know. sans-serif">But when the Way is lofty. your spirits become alive and bright. sans-serif">When you wish to arise from meditation. If you do not practice this quiet sitting. sans-serif">After your posture is settled and your breath regulated. or a tiger that reached the (free) mountains. is because they do not use their mind with careful attention. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. you let your lower abdomen extend in a relaxed way. But when we keep right mindfulness present. sans-serif">As the Shurangama-Sutra . Those who still have to do so – keep letting the wind blow on the fire. Merely see and follow the true heart and you surely will not be deceived. Helvetica. This is the art of meditation. and Master Gui Feng's How to Practice Realisation. Arial. protect and maintain the power of stillness as if you protect your baby child. Helvetica. all manner of things attract and offend. Arial. Arial. anxiety enters the serenity and you will end up in a daze. Helvetica. in awareness it is let go off. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. Arial. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana.: what we are).” The Lotus Sutra says: “Settle in an enclosed place and harmonize your heart-and-mind so that it is still and immovable as the Central Mountain. in restless waters it is hard to find. which will be serene. Arial. lucid and joyful. This way you can perfect the power of meditative stability.e. the four elements naturally come to peace. After coming out of meditation and getting up. </font></p> <p><font size="2" face="Verdana. changlu. sans-serif">Someone who has clarified existence (i. Arial. be aware of it. Arial. Arial. he called it “(sitting in) a dark mountain-ghost cave”. Arial. Then the flavour of the Dharma safeguards your spirit. Helvetica. the Tiantai writings about “stopping and looking”. This has deep meaning. you must rely on the power of Página 9 . Much effort is not needed. you must put to rest cause and effect.

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