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eBook The Zen teaching of Hui Hai on sudden illumination: Being the teaching of the Zen Master Hui Hai, known as the Great Pearl ePub
Author: Huihai Blofeld John
ISBN: 0090638808
ISBN13: 978-0090638802
Publisher: Rider; 1 edition (1969)
Pages: 160
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Hui Hai, otherwise known as the 'Great Pearl' - was an outstanding Ch'an master of the Tang. This translation repays careful digestion. John Blofeld spent many years in China, frequenting Chinese Buddhist temples. The Chinese text translated here, was given to .

Hui Hai, otherwise known as the 'Great Pearl' - was an outstanding Ch'an master of the Tang. during one such sojourn at a Chinese Ch'an monastery.

Hui Hai can serve as further disscussion of Foyan's sermons. 4 people found this helpful. 8 people found this helpful.

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being the teaching of the Zen Master Hui Hai, known as the Great Pearl; rendered into English . A complete translation of the Dun wu ru dao yao men lun and of the previously unpublished Tsung Ching Record. On sudden illumination. 160 p. Number of pages.

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Sudden Illumination, by Zen master Hui Hai. Sudden Illumination means deliverance while still in this life. October 3, 2017 ·. buddhismnow. Discovering the Text of Hui Hai, by John Blofeld.

Posts about Zen Master Hui Hai written by Buddhism No. They contain some of the most well known Buddhist texts such as The Perfection of Wisdom in 700 Lines, The Heart Sutra, and The Diamond Sutra. Stories, parables, and examples pointing to the spiritual implications of practical events in daily life.

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The Zen Teaching of Instantaneous Awakening : Being the Teaching of the Zen Master, Hui Hai, Known as the Great Pearl. Zen teaching of instantaneous awakening A complete translation of the teaching of the Chinese Ch'an Master Hui Hai by John Blofeld, with a foreword by Charles Luk Hui Hai, was one of the great Ch'an (Zen) Masters. He was a contemporary of both Ma Tsu and Huang Po, those early masters who established Ch'an after the death of Hui Neng, the sixth Patriarch.

John Blofeld, the translator of The Zen Teaching of Hui Hai: On Sudden Illumination, tells us that Hui Hai . Hui Hai thus became known as the Great Pearl - pearl also being a play on words with his lay surname (Chu), which has the same sound as the Chinese word for pearl.

John Blofeld, the translator of The Zen Teaching of Hui Hai: On Sudden Illumination, tells us that Hui Hai entered a monastery in his home town as a child. Later he journeyed to the monastery of Ma Tsu, a disciple of the sixth patriarch Hui-neng.

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John Blofeld's important translation of the Teachings of Zen master Hui Hai, also known as "The Great Pearl."

The translator of the classic Huang Po Zen Transmission of Mind, offers another masterpiece of Zen literature in this book which includes complete translations of both "The Tsung Ching Record" as well as "The Tun Wu Ju Tao Yao Men Lun" (The Treatise on the Essential Gateway to Truth by Means of Instantaneous Awakening). This classic eighth-century Zen record is an insightful, and inspiring text essential to all Zen students, and a fascinating read for anyone interested in Zen.

Two selections of this pure blood and guts Zen to enjoy now:

39.Q: For followers of the Way, what constitutes realization of the goal?

A: Realization must be ultimate realization.

Q: And what is that?

A: Ultimate realization means being free from both realization and absence of realizations

Q: What does that mean?

A: Realization means remaining unstained by sights, sounds and other sense perceptions from without, and inwardly possessing minds in which no erroneous thinking takes place. To achieve this without giving it a thought is called `absence of realization'; and to achieve the latter without giving that a thought either is called `freedom from absence of realization'.

40.Q: What is meant by `a mind delivered'?

A: Having a mind free from the concepts of delivered and undelivered is called `real deliverance'. This is what the Diamond Sutra means by the words: `Even the Dharma must be cast aside, how much more so the not-Dharma!' Here, Dharma implies existence and not-Dharma implies nonexistence - disengagement from both of which results in true deliverance.
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John Blofeld's important translation of the Teachings of Zen master Hui Hai, also known as "The Great Pearl."

The translator of the classic Huang Po Zen Transmission of Mind, offers another masterpiece of Zen literature in this book which includes complete translations of both "The Tsung Ching Record" as well as "The Tun Wu Ju Tao Yao Men Lun" (The Treatise on the Essential Gateway to Truth by Means of Instantaneous Awakening). This classic eighth-century Zen record is an insightful, and inspiring text essential to all Zen students, and a fascinating read for anyone interested in Zen.

Two selections of this pure blood and guts Zen to enjoy now:

39.Q: For followers of the Way, what constitutes realization of the goal?

A: Realization must be ultimate realization.

Q: And what is that?

A: Ultimate realization means being free from both realization and absence of realizations

Q: What does that mean?

A: Realization means remaining unstained by sights, sounds and other sense perceptions from without, and inwardly possessing minds in which no erroneous thinking takes place. To achieve this without giving it a thought is called `absence of realization'; and to achieve the latter without giving that a thought either is called `freedom from absence of realization'.

40.Q: What is meant by `a mind delivered'?

A: Having a mind free from the concepts of delivered and undelivered is called `real deliverance'. This is what the Diamond Sutra means by the words: `Even the Dharma must be cast aside, how much more so the not-Dharma!' Here, Dharma implies existence and not-Dharma implies nonexistence - disengagement from both of which results in true deliverance.
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For those looking for a copy of the writings of Hui Hai (Great Pearl), it is currently published by the Buddhist Publishing Group in the UK. With airmail shipping to the US, the cost is about $27.00 Their web site is buddhismnow.com, from which you can order the book, entitled "Zen Teaching of Instantaneous Awakening." However, you can also find the book by typing "Hui Hai" in their search engine.
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