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·十、生物基因工程--万魔正在出洞
·十一、盲区
·十二、家的含义是什么
·十三、野生动物为什么不培养自己的医生
·十四、思维误区
·十五、颠倒思维
·十六、思维是一种法力
·十七、思维的威力 雪峰
·十八、我反常思维的契机及过程
·传统意义上的亲人到底是什么东西
·反常思维18条
·反常思维漫谈
·婚姻家庭是什么东西
·就贪嗔痴和"八苦"与佛家辩论
·两点之间直线最长 曲线最短
·民主是平庸者们的追求
·为别人而活的人最自私
·知识不是力量
【禅院文集——宇宙时空篇】
·[宇宙时空篇]宇宙概述
· [宇宙时空篇]宇宙的起源
·[宇宙时空篇] 时间篇
·[宇宙时空篇] 空间篇
·[宇宙时空篇]三十六维空间
·[宇宙时空篇]空间的利用
·[宇宙时空篇]千年界
·[宇宙时空篇]千年界一瞥
·千年界二瞥
·[宇宙时空篇]万年界
·[宇宙时空篇]极乐界
·[宇宙时空篇]万年界一瞥
·超时空之路/雪峰
【禅院文集——人类人生篇】
·一、人类的起源/雪峰
·二、人类的意义/雪峰
·三、人类的作用/雪峰
·四、人类的过去和现在/雪峰
·五、人类目前面临的危机/雪峰
·六、人类的未来/雪峰
·一、人生的位置
·二、人生的价值
·三、人生的意义
·四、人生的目的
·五、人群分类
【禅院文集——生命篇】
·一、生命的赞歌
·二、生命的起源
·三、生命的特征
·四、生命的意义
·五、生命的层次
·六、生命的轮回
·七、生命的轨迹
·八、生命的演化
·清扫生命通道
·梦境和生命空间
【禅院文集——反物质世界篇】
·最新科学成果证明了天仙的存在
【禅院文集——修行修炼篇】
·一、必 然
·二、人生的18个不可管理
·三、构成必然的18个因素  
·四、晨经、午经、晚经、夜经
·五、初级修行
·六、中级修行
·七、高级修行
·生命的万有引力定律--高级修行一
·《修炼篇》
·一、初级修炼  
·二、中级修炼 
·四、完美人性的标准
·在爱里升华复活-高级修炼一
·冲出形式--高级修行2
·闭着眼睛看世界——高级修炼三
·隐遁--高级修炼四
·畅游思维怪圈--高级修炼五
·玩五行游戏--高级修炼六
·高级修炼:创造天仙结构 吸收特殊能量
·高级修炼--把自己表达清楚
·高级修炼--练习与上帝对话交流
·常处于零态(高级修炼)
·无相思维(一)
·时空变换——无相思维(二)
·1+1= 0——无相思维(三)
·零的妙用——无相思维(四)
·思维修炼(一)
·思维修炼(二)
·思维修炼(三)
·思维修炼(四)
·思维修炼(五)
·思维修炼(六)
·思维修炼(七)
·思维修炼(八)
·按照科学发展观修行修炼
·奥修的静心法——不行
·不断死亡 不断新生
·禅院草净心咒
·常驻第二家园禅院草不许生病
·成禅院草的唯一目的是自成正果
·从第二家园的实践看如何修行修炼
·打坐个屁呀
·佛学修行181条
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Buddha and the Way of Buddha

132. Buddha is nature, nature is Buddha.

   

   

   

   133. “All Bhadras and Aryas differ on account of the Eternal Asamskrta Dharma.”

   

   

   

   134. He who sees me by outward appearance and seeks me in sound, treads the heterodox path (And) cannot perceive the Tathagata. They should develop a mind which does not abide in anything. If minds abide somewhere, it will be in falsehood. You heart should not harbor any of these. Your heart should be void of ego, other people, age, a dharma, and a no-dharma. Emptiness is form and form is emptiness.

   

   

   

   135. The merit and virtue of formless alms-giving outweigh those of seven-treasure alms-giving that are as countless as the sand grains of the Ganges. The retribution for formless alms-giving is inconceivable. One should give without a mind abiding in form, or he should give without a mind abiding in sound, or in smell, or in taste, or in touch or in things. A Bodhisattva should give alms without a mind abiding in false notions of form (laksana). Everything with form is unreal. All that is void of different forms is called Buddha. A bodhisattva should not be avid for merit and virtue.

   

   

   

   136. If some says that Buddha Sakyamuni is preaching dharma, then he is slandering Buddha and does not understand the essence of Buddha’s teaching and the gist of the way of Buddha. All dharma is the way of Buddha. The real way of Buddha is free from an ego, a personality, a being, a life, and a dharma. All phenomena are like a dream, an illusion, a bubble and a shadow, like dew and lightning. Thus should you meditate upon them.

   

   

   

   137. The way to the “Supreme Authentic Wisdom” is: cultivate spiritual perception, act in accordance with nature and model after nature. To get the real experience and savoring of “Supreme Authentic Wisdom”, you have firstly to have spiritual perception rather than rely on wisdom; you have to act in accordance with nature rather than rely on the knowledge and ideas that have been accumulated; and modeling after nature but look for a shortcut. Lao Tzu has long ago warned people in Tao Te Ching, “the Main path is easy to walk on, Yet people love the small by-paths.” If we do not act like children who behave as accords their character, do not unfold the screenplay of life following the natural laws, but are bent on finding the way to “Supreme Authentic Wisdom”, then we are giving up the main road for by-paths. If we want to acquire “Supreme Authentic Wisdom”, we should first build our garden of soul. A long journey begins with a small step, and rivers come from the confluences of numerous streams. If we do not build our garden of soul, we cannot achieve any beautiful wishes, and cannot realize any beautiful ideals. If we don’t build our garden of soul, we can never acquire “Supreme Authentic Wisdom”.

   

   

   

   138. The Diamond Sutra is the Himalayas of wisdom.

   

   

   

   139. Emptiness is not different from form and form is the same as emptiness. What is visional is real and what is real is illusive.

   

   

   

   140. All phenomena are like a dream, an illusion, a bubble and a shadow, like dew and lightning. Thus should you meditate upon them. All dharma of inaction cannot be expressed. It comes like lightning and vanished like illusion. There is no nonentity and no entity, no sound and no breath, no border and no edge, no move and no target. It is invisible, intangible, and tremendously powerful. It can not be stolen, cannot be hidden. It is forever changing. Everything is it, and yet it is not everything. Conform to it, we will enjoy smooth faring and peace for tens of thousands of years; go against it, we may encounter full of frustrations and incur disaster to the future.

   

   

   

   141. Buddha Sakyamuni is not the ancestor of Buddha.

   

   

   

   142. The Tathagatas' words are true and correspond to reality. They are ultimate words, neither deceitful nor heterodox. The Dharma the Tathagata has obtained is neither real nor unreal. The Tathagata possesses human eyes, deva eyes, wisdom eyes, Dharma eyes, Budda eyes. Tathagata is so named because Buddha is as he is, coming from nowhere and going nowhere.

   

   

   

   143. All different dharma are not separate from their inherent nature. An enlightened heart is perceptive of nature, and perception of nature can leading to the attainment of Buddhahood.

   

   

   

   144. Once you have perceived your own nature, you can attain Buddhahood through insight or sudden enlightenment. However, to perceive your own nature, you need to go through daily accumulation. Without endless meditation, without the accumulated cultivation for generations, it would be difficult to associate yourself with Buddhism and understand the recondite way of Buddha.

   

   145. The qualitative change of everything comes about as a result of the accumulation of quantitative changes. Only if the accumulation of quantitative changes have reached the critical point, will it be possible for you to attain Buddhahood via sudden enlightenment. The qualitative change is the result of quantitative changes. Self-cultivation and self-refining has no shortcut to insight and sudden enlightenment. You can reach the ideal destination only through quantitative accumulation in a down-to-earth manner. You can complete the process from the quantitative change to the qualitative change only by getting across the critical point.

   

   

   

   146. The real “instant enlightenment” means a state of consciousness, which is characterized by the sudden enlightenment and reached after the quantitative changes have arrived at the limit and get across the critical point and have thus caused the sudden qualitative change.

   

   

   

   147. People who have attained Buddhahood possess three major symbols: 1. The meeting of Tathagata; 2. The achievement of the inaction and non-form; 3. No abode for the mind. Namely, anyone who has met the three conditions will become and will be a Buddha.

   

   

   

   148. Tathagata is the natural character. Diamond Sutra says, “If all forms are seen as unreal, the Tathagata will be perceived”. Tathagata does not have any specific form, and anything that possesses a concrete form is not Tathagata. Therefore, man is not Tathagata, and only the natural character of man is Tathagata. Only after you have recognized your natural character, can you see Tathagata. The moment you see Tathagata, you will become a Buddha, and you will be a Buddha, because you have regained your innocence and you have understood “all forms are seen as unreal.”

   

   

   

   149. When you realize that your flesh is not yourself and only Tathagata of natural character is yourself, then you can get into the mustard seed. Tathagata of natural character can be so expansive that it has no border and limit, and still it can be so small that it can be incredibly traceless. Mustard seed can be an astronomical universe, and the incredibly traceless you can easily enter the mustard seed and travel around in its world.

   

   

   

   150. With action, you will certainly tread awry; with action, fault is likely to occur in the perfect structure of Tathagata of natural character. The more actions you do, the further away you will be from the true nature. The more actions you have, the more difficult it will be for you to return to innocence. In one word, with action it will be difficult to attain Buddhahood. The stronger the desire, the greater the action. Laities are people with action, so what laities seek after is only fantasy and illusion. The greater the action, the lower the level of LIFE; and the smaller the action, the higher the level of LIFE; and herein lies the difference between man on the one hand and saints, sages, celestial beings and Buddha on the other.

   

   

   

   151. With inaction, you can achieve everything. And only after you have reached the realm of inaction, can you do what you want to do.

   

   

   

   152. You can obtain eternal enjoyment of LIFE by giving alms without your mind abiding in false notions. Giving away a thousand strings of coins to someone is not as good as giving him a scripture, and giving him a scripture is not as good as enlightening him on profound truth. The supreme great awakening and great wisdom is formless. The formless alms giving can foster supreme great awakening and great wisdom. Therefore the greatest alms giving is the formless alms giving.

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