Acknowledgments Foreword by Kenneth K. Teachings of the Pure Land Tradition Cont. Pure Land Practice 1. General Approach to Practice 2. Devotion to Amida and All Buddhas 3. Aspiration for Birth in the Pure Land 4. Name- Nembutsu 6. Benefits 7. Repentance 8. Gratitude 9. Merit Transference Self-Power and Other-Power Learning: The Good Teacher Sharing Dharma a.
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Overview This second volume of passages gathered from the leading monks and teachers of the Pure Land, or Shin, school of Buddhist teaching focuses on religious practice. Volume 2 features a foreword by Kenneth K. Tanaka and an introduction by renowned scholar and editor, Alfred Bloom, whose selected passages have been arranged topically for easy reference on issues of Pure Land teaching. He received his PhD. He lives in Kailua, HI. Show More. Average Review.
Write a Review. Dharmakara Practices the Bodhisattva Path a. Dharmakara Bodhisattva Attains Buddhahood 8. True Disciple of the Buddha Description of the Pure Land a. The Larger Pure Land Sutra b. The Shorter Amida Sutra c. The Nirvana Sutra Birth in the Pure Land a. The Shorter Pure Land Sutra c. The Contemplation Sutra d. The Contemplation Sutra— Levels of Birth i.
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Birth in the Highest Grade ii. Birth in the Lowest Grade D. Passions and Their Fruits 3. Worldly Evils 4. Buddha and Society 5. Encountering the Buddha- Dharma E. Spiritual Emancipation in The Contemplation Sutra a. Queen Vaidehi: Visualization and Meditation b.
Visualizing the Pure Land b. The Thirteen Contemplations c. Vision of Amida d. Miscellaneous Sutra Sources 1.
The Nirvana Sutra 2. The Garland Sutra 3. The Sun Matrix Sutra 5. Teachings of the Pure Land Tradition A. Pure Land Teaching 1. General Perspective b. Stages in the Decline of Dharma 2. The Nature of Pure Land Teaching 3. Correspondence of the Times and Beings B. The Thirty-Fifth Vow and Women 2.
Eighteenth Vow Exclusion Clause D.