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sutra of Hui Neng =

Huineng

sutra of Hui Neng =

Liu tsu tʻan ching : sutra spoken by the 6th patriarch on the high seat of "the treasure of the law".

by Huineng

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Published by Buddhist Book Distributor Press in H[ong] K[ong] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zen Buddhism -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    ContributionsWong, Mou-lam., Humphreys, Christmas, 1901-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17777194M

      He completed the first published English translation of The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch in Mou-lam also translated The Diamond Sutra and the Sutra of Hui Neng, two of the most treasured works of Buddhist literature, the first of which is considered the oldest existing printed book in the world/5(10).   This collection of his talks, also known as the Platform or Altar Sutra, is the only Zen record of its kind to be generally honored with the appellation sutra, or scripture. The Sutra of Hui-neng is here accompanied by Hui-neng's verse-by-verse commentary on the Diamond Sutra—in its very first published English translation : Shambhala.

    The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch. By Hui-neng trans by Philip Yampolsky Philip Yampolsky. View this book on Amazon» The Platform Sutra records the teachings of Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch, who is revered as one of the two great figures in the founding of Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism. The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch is generally regarded as the basic classic of Chan (Zen) Buddhism. The work is reputed to be a record of the teachings of the great Chan master Huineng.

    From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Chapter Page. 5: ON PRAJNA. ON REPENTANCE. 3 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. The sutra of Wei Lang: (or Hui Neng) Huineng, Buddhist Society of Great Britain and Ireland Snippet view - The Diamond Sutra, composed in India in the fourth century CE, is one of the most treasured works of Buddhist literature and is the oldest existing printed book in the world. It is known as the Diamond Sutra because its teachings are said to be like diamonds that cut away all dualistic thought, releasing one from the attachment to objects and bringing one to the further shore of enlightenment.


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Sutra of Hui Neng = by Huineng Download PDF EPUB FB2

The "Platform Sutra" records the teachings of Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch, who is revered as one of the two great figures in the founding of Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism.

This translation is the definitive English version of the eighth-century Ch'an classic/5. The Sutra of Hui-neng is here accompanied by Hui-neng's verse-by-verse commentary on the Diamond Sutra—in its very first published English translation ever. /5(27). The Diamond Sutra and the Sutra of Hui-Neng (Shambhala Dragon Editions) by Christmas Humphreys,W.

Evans-Wentz,Wong Mou-lam,A. Price and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Platform Sutra occupies a central place in Zen (Ch'an) Buddhist instruction for students and spiritual seekers worldwide.

It is often linked with The Heart Sutra and The Diamond Sutra to form a trio of texts that have been revered and studied for centuries. However, unlike the other sutras, which transcribe the teachings of the Buddha himself, The Platform Sutra presents the life and work 5/5(1).

Hui-neng's instruction still matters — the 7th-century school of Sudden Awakening that he founded survives today, continuing to influence the Rinzai and Soto schools of contemporary Zen.

Red Pine, whose translations of The Heart Sutra and The Diamond Sutra have been celebrated and widely received, now provides a sensitive and assured. The Sutra of Hui-neng, also known as the Platform Sutra, contains the autobiography of a pivotal figure in Zen history & some of the most profound passages of Zen literature.

Hui-neng was the 6th patriarch of Zen in China, but is often regarded as the true father of the Zen tradition/5. The Sutra of Hui Neng is the longest of these three works, and is different again.

It is a remarkable document, telling the history of the Sixth Chan Patriarch, Hui Neng (), a semi-legendary teacher who, though uneducated and illiterate, gained enlightenment when accidentally hearing The Diamond Sutra being recited. The teachings of Hui Neng have brought joy and inspiration to countless people since they sutra of Hui Neng = book first written down in the sixth century.

An illiterate woodcutter who was instantly enlightened, Hui Neng went on to become the Sixth Patriarch of Zen Buddhism. As a founding father of Zen, his teachings speak from a fullness of heart and mind.

This edition of The Platform Sutra is another translation and close reading by Bill Porter, b.k.a. Red Pine.

Clark Strand turned me onto his Heart Sutra. The Platform Sutra does not purport to be spoken by the Buddha, but rather is spoken by a buddha, Hui-neng, known as the Sixth patriarch of Zen or Chan Buddhism (and also called Huineng and in Japanese, Yeno or Eno.).

The Sixth Patriarch's Platform Sutra is the only sutra by a master of Chinese background, the Chan School's sixth patriarch, Hui Neng. Among many explanations to this sutra for over a thousand years in Chinese history, the notes by the second patriarch of Buddha-in-mind are one of the best to explain the profound in simple terms and serve as.

Price is the translator of the ancient and revered Zen Buddhist scriptures The Diamond Sutra and the Sutra of Hui-neng. In her book Embracing Illusion: Truth and Fiction in the Dream of the Nine Clouds, author Francisca Cho praised Price's work for its "readability and faithfulness to Kumarajiva's Chinese translation."/5(24).

The Sutra of Hui Neng arrives printed in English and Pinyin Chinese. It is beautifully presented. It is a valuable reference for anyone interested in the history of China, the history of Buddhism and the core teachings of the Buddhist tradition as they are found in China.5/5(1).

The two primary sources for Huineng's life are the preface to the Platform Sutra and the Transmission of the Lamp. Most modern scholars doubt the historicity of traditional biographies and works written about Huineng, considering his extended biography to be a legendary narrative based on a historical person of "merely regional significance," of whom very little is :Xinxing County, Guangdong, China.

Selected passages from the "Sutra Spoken by the Sixth Patriarch on the High Seat of the Treasure of the Law." Hui Neng () was a seminal figure in. The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch (Chinese: 六祖壇經; pinyin: Liùzǔ Tánjīng or simply: 壇經 Tánjīng) is a Chan Buddhist scripture that was composed in China during the 8th to 13th century.

The "platform" (施法壇) refers to the podium on which a Buddhist teacher speaks. Its key themes are the direct perception of one's true nature, and the unity in essence of śīla.

Hui-neng (–) is perhaps the most beloved and respected figure in Zen Buddhism. An illiterate woodcutter who attained enlightenment in a flash, he became the Sixth Patriarch of Chinese Zen, and is regarded as the founder of the "Sudden Enlightenment" school.

He is the supreme exemplar of the fact that neither education nor social background has any bearing on the attainment of. So The Sutra of Hui neng is almost like an autobiography of Hui Neng-a somewhat brief one-yet quite deep and insightful.

So toss this book up, it always lands heads. Read this book often-it may seem slow at parts due to the ancient dialects-but true wisdom is on every page.

Read it enough times, and your minds eye can open up!5/5(5). The Sixth Patriarch’s Dharma Jewel Platform Sutra is the fundamental text of Ch’an Buddhism. It relates the life and teachings of Master Hui Neng, the Great Master the Sixth Patriarch, as set down by one of his disciples.

During the seventh and eighth centuries under the T’ang Dynasty, Master Hui Neng. Hui-neng's instruction still matters the 7th-century school of Sudden Awakening that he founded survives today, continuing to influence the Rinzai and Soto schools of contemporary Zen.

Red Pine, whose translations of The Heart Sutra and The Diamond Sutra have been celebrated and widely received, now provides a sensitive and assured treatment of. About The Diamond Sutra and the Sutra of Hui-neng The Diamond Sutra, composed in India in the fourth century CE, is one of the most treasured works of Buddhist literature and is the oldest existing printed book in the world.

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No missing contents. Author of Liuzu da shi fa bao tan jing, The platform sutra of the sixth patriarch, The sutra of Hui Neng =, The Sixth Patriarch's Dharma Jewel Platform Sutra, The Sutra of Hui-neng, grand master of Zen, Rokuso dangyō shohon shūsei, Liu-tsu fa pao tʻan ching, Jin gang jing liu zu kou jue.PDF: The Sutra of Hui-neng, Grand Master of Zen, with Hui-neng's Commentary on the Diamond Sutra, translated by Thomas Cleary, Boston: Shambhala Dragon Editions,pages.

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