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  • Manual of Zen BuddhismDAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, D.LITT.

  • Table of ContentsManual of Zen Buddhism...................................................................................................................................1

    DAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, D.LITT.................................................................................................1EDITOR'S FOREWORD TO SECOND EDITION................................................................................2EDITOR'S NOTE TO SECOND EDITION............................................................................................3PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION............................................................................................................3

    I. GATHAS AND PRAYERS..............................................................................................................................3I. ON OPENING THE SUTRA...............................................................................................................3II. CONFESSION....................................................................................................................................4III. THE THREEFOLD REFUGE...........................................................................................................4IV. THE FOUR GREAT VOWS[1]........................................................................................................4V. THE WORSHIPPING OF THE SARIRA..........................................................................................4VI. THE TEACHING OF THE SEVEN BUDDHAS.............................................................................4VII. THE GATHA OF IMPERMANENCE[1].......................................................................................5VIII. THE YEMMEI KWANNON TENCLAUSE SUTRA[1]...........................................................5IX. PRAYER ON THE OCCASION OF FEEDING THE HUNGRY GHOSTS..................................5X. GENERAL PRAYER[1].....................................................................................................................7XI. PRAYER OF THE BELL..................................................................................................................7

    II. THE DHARANIS............................................................................................................................................8I. DHARANI OF REMOVING DISASTERS.........................................................................................8II. DHARANI OF THE GREAT COMPASSIONATE ONE................................................................8III. DHARANI OF THE VICTORIOUS BUDDHACROWN.............................................................9

    III. THE SUTRAS..............................................................................................................................................10I. ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE SHINGYO............................................................................10II. THE KWANNON SUTRA[1]..........................................................................................................12III. THE KONGOKYO OR DIAMOND SUTRA[2]............................................................................18IV. THE LANKAVATARA SUTRA....................................................................................................24XVIII......................................................................................................................................................26XIX........................................................................................................................................................26XXIV......................................................................................................................................................26XXVIII...................................................................................................................................................27XXXV....................................................................................................................................................28XXXVII.................................................................................................................................................30LXVIII...................................................................................................................................................31V. THE RYOGONKYO, OR SURANGAMA SUTRA[1]..................................................................32

    IV. FROM THE CHINESE ZEN MASTERS....................................................................................................36I. BODHIDHARMA ON THE TWOFOLD ENTRANCE TO THE TAO[1].....................................36II. ON BELIEVING IN MIND (SHINJINNOMEI)[2]....................................................................38III. FROM HUINENG'S TANCHING[1].........................................................................................42IV. YOKA DAISHI'S "SONG OF ENLIGHTENMENT"[1]..............................................................46V. BASO (MATSU) AND SEKITO (SHIHT'OU), TWO GREAT MASTERS OF THE T'ANG DYNASTY................................................................................................................................53VI. HUANGPO'S SERMON, FROM "TREATISE ON THE ESSENTIALS OF THE TRANSMISSION OF MIND" (DENSHIN HOYO).............................................................................59VII. GENSHA ON THE: THREE INVALIDS[1]. Preliminary Remark.............................................63Illustrative Case.....................................................................................................................................63Commentary Notes................................................................................................................................64Seccho's Remarks in Verse....................................................................................................................66Yengo's Comment on Seccho................................................................................................................66

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  • Table of ContentsVIII. THE TEN OXHERDING PICTURES. Preliminary....................................................................67The Ten Oxherding Pictures, I. by Kakuan........................................................................................68The Ten Oxherding Pictures, II.............................................................................................................71

    V. FROM THE JAPANESE ZEN MASTERS...................................................................................................73I. DAIO KOKUSHI "ON ZEN"..........................................................................................................732. DAIO KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION[1]..........................................................................................743. DAITO KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION..............................................................................................74IV. KWANZAN KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION[1]...............................................................................75V. MUSO KOKUSHI'S ADMONITION..............................................................................................76VI. HAKUIN'S "SONG OF MEDITATION".......................................................................................76

    VI. THE BUDDHIST STATUES AND PICTURES IN A ZEN MONASTERY............................................77II. THE BODHISATTVAS...................................................................................................................78III. THE ARHATS.................................................................................................................................79IV. THE PROTECTING GODS............................................................................................................79V. SOME OF THE HISTORICAL FIGURES......................................................................................80

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  • Manual of Zen BuddhismDAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, D.LITT.

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    EDITOR'S FOREWORD TO SECOND EDITION EDITOR'S NOTE TO SECOND EDITION PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION I. GATHAS AND PRAYERS

    I. ON OPENING THE SUTRA II. CONFESSION III. THE THREEFOLD REFUGE IV. THE FOUR GREAT VOWS[1] V. THE WORSHIPPING OF THE SARIRA VI. THE TEACHING OF THE SEVEN BUDDHAS VII. THE GATHA OF IMPERMANENCE[1] VIII. THE YEMMEI KWANNON TENCLAUSE SUTRA[1] IX. PRAYER ON THE OCCASION OF FEEDING THE HUNGRY GHOSTS X. GENERAL PRAYER[1] XI. PRAYER OF THE BELL

    II. THE DHARANIS I. DHARANI OF REMOVING DISASTERS II. DHARANI OF THE GREAT COMPASSIONATE ONE III. DHARANI OF THE VICTORIOUS BUDDHACROWN

    III. THE SUTRAS I. ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE SHINGYO II. THE KWANNON SUTRA[1] III. THE KONGOKYO OR DIAMOND SUTRA[2] IV. THE LANKAVATARA SUTRA XVIII XIX XXIV XXVIII XXXV XXXVII LXVIII V. THE RYOGONKYO, OR SURANGAMA SUTRA[1]

    IV. FROM THE CHINESE ZEN MASTERS I. BODHIDHARMA ON THE TWOFOLD ENTRANCE TO THE TAO[1] II. ON BELIEVING IN MIND (SHINJINNOMEI)[2] III. FROM HUINENG'S TANCHING[1] IV. YOKA DAISHI'S "SONG OF ENLIGHTENMENT"[1] V. BASO (MATSU) AND SEKITO (SHIHT'OU), TWO GREAT MASTERS OF THE T'ANGDYNASTY

    VI. HUANGPO'S SERMON, FROM "TREATISE ON THE ESSENTIALS OF THETRANSMISSION OF MIND" (DENSHIN HOYO)

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  • VII. GENSHA ON THE: THREE INVALIDS[1]. Preliminary Remark Illustrative Case Commentary Notes Seccho's Remarks in Verse Yengo's Comment on Seccho VIII. THE TEN OXHERDING PICTURES. Preliminary The Ten Oxherding Pictures, I. by Kakuan The Ten Oxherdi

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