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Bodhisattva Mañjuśrī

The Most Noble Bodhisattva Mañjuśrī forthwith arose from his seat in the sacred assembly, bowed and then prostrated himself at the feet of the Tathagata and then circumambulated about him three times to the right. He then knelt down and … Continue reading

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Highlights from the Mahāparinirvāṇasūtra

Reflecting back upon the introductory blog from this series, along with the analysis of the Self from contemporary scholars like Dr. Tony Page and Dr. Chris Jones, the other salient construct revolved around Shimoda Masahiro’s hypothesis that the early stupa-based … Continue reading

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Spirit-Breathing

IV. Spirit-Breathing Practicing the technique of the turn-about with a devoted-spirit will assure positive results. However, if one practices with the desire to achieve a certain goal, then success will surely be eluded. The general causes of failure in the … Continue reading

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Absolute Faith

ABSOLBUDD

Enter into IT with full accord, In this fashion, the twin Iron Mountains will not hem you in. Simply saying, “Not-Two”, all things are resolved in the Unborn. Everything is now perfectly accommodated. The Shining Ones in all ten-directions, Faithfully … Continue reading

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Take the Blue pill…or the Red pill

6. The Inconceivable Liberation, cont’d Then, the Licchavi Vimalakirti said to the crown prince, Manjusri, “Manjusri, you have already been in innumerable hundreds of thousands of buddha-fields throughout the universes of the ten directions. In which buddha-field did you see … Continue reading

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