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Teachings in Chinese Buddhism by Venerable Yin, Shun

CONTENTS: Part One: 1. How I came to follow the Buddha’s path 2. The basic purpose of following teaching of the Buddha 3. The path from human to Buddhahood 4. The three essentials in practising the teachings of the Buddha 5. A commentary on the excellence of the three birth, and cause and effect theories 6. Common Buddhist misunderstanding 7. The new idea we ought to have 8. The position of Chinese Tripitaka in world Buddhism Part II: 1. The Buddha dharma is the light of deliverence 2. Buddha came to save and protect us 3. A discussion of the three- and one-vehicle 4. Buddhism – the middle path 5. The two distinctive characteristics of Buddhism 6. Sunyata (Emptiness) in Mahayana context 7. The critical issue of life and death 8. The immense teachings on the expedient path of Buddhist practice 9. Dharma about lay people for lay people 10. Let go of your sorrow 11. From relieving the suffering of the mind to relieving the suffering of the body 12. What is the significance of life?

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Title: Teachings in Chinese Buddhism

Author: Venerable Yin, Shun

Blurb: CONTENTS: Part One: 1. How I came to follow the Buddha’s path 2. The basic purpose of following teaching of the Buddha 3. The path from human to Buddhahood 4. The three essentials in practising the teachings of the Buddha 5. A commentary on the excellence of the three birth, and cause and effect theories 6. Common Buddhist misunderstanding 7. The new idea we ought to have 8. The position of Chinese Tripitaka in world Buddhism Part II: 1. The Buddha dharma is the light of deliverence 2. Buddha came to save and protect us 3. A discussion of the three- and one-vehicle 4. Buddhism – the middle path 5. The two distinctive characteristics of Buddhism 6. Sunyata (Emptiness) in Mahayana context 7. The critical issue of life and death 8. The immense teachings on the expedient path of Buddhist practice 9. Dharma about lay people for lay people 10. Let go of your sorrow 11. From relieving the suffering of the mind to relieving the suffering of the body 12. What is the significance of life?

Pages: 258

Year of Publication: 1996

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Publisher: Hwa Tsang Monastery Inc.

File Size: 800 KB

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