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Start by marking The Buddha Speaks The Brahma Net Sutra: The Ten Major And Forty Eight Minor Bodhisattva Precepts as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Buddha Speaks The. This chapter of the Brahma Net Suttra contains the Ten Major and Forty-eight minor Bodhisattva Precepts. Mine is titled: Moral Code of the Bodhisattvas: Brahma-Net Sutra. Published by the Sutra Translation Committee of the United States and Canada in Jan 2000.
The Brahmajala Sutra, translated by Kumārajīva (c. 400 CE), has a list of ten major and forty-eight minor Bodhisattva vows. Breaking any of these precepts is described as a major offense in the sutra. The Bodhisattva Precepts may be often called the "Brahma Net Precepts" (Chinese: 梵網戒; pinyin: Fànwǎng Jiè), particularly in Buddhist scholarship, although other sets of bodhisattva precepts may be found in other texts as well. Typically, in East Asian Mahayana traditions, only the ten major precepts are considered the bodhisattva precepts. According to the sutra, the ten major bodhisattva precepts are in summary:. A fuller description is as follows:.
The Brahmajāla Sūtra, also called the Brahma's Net Sutra, is a Mahayana Buddhist Vinaya Sutra. The Chinese translation can be found in the Taishō Tripiṭaka. It is known alternatively as the Brahmajāla Bodhisattva Śīla Sūtra (traditional Chinese: 梵網菩薩戒經; ; pinyin: Fàn Wǎng Púsà Jiè Jīng).
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English translation by the Buddhist Text Translation Society Buddhist Text Translation Society Dharma Realm Buddhist University Dharma Realm Buddhist Association Burlingame, California . The Buddha Speaks of Amitabha Sutra. After receiving the shramanera precepts from his master, he took up the practice of sitting by his mothers grave, observing a mourning period of three years. He lived in an A-frame hut made from sorghum stalks where he cultivated dhyana samadhi and recited the name of Amitabha Buddha, ate only one meal a day, and never lay down to sleep.
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The brahma net sutra. Bodhisattva Mind-Ground Chapter. Based on Kumarajiva’s text. Second Part (9). At that time, Vairocana Buddha began speaking in general about the Mind-Ground for the benefit of the Great Assembly. What he said represents but an infinitesimal part, the tip of a hair, of His innumerable teachings - as numerous as the grains of sand in the river Ganges. Vairocana Buddha customarily recited these precepts when he first developed the Bodhi Mind in the causal stages. They are precisely the original source of all Buddhas and all Bodhisattvas as well as the seed of the Buddha Nature.
The Buddha Speaks of Amitabha Sutra. Translated into Chinese by: Tripitaka Dharma Master Kumarajiva. during the Yao Qin Dynasty. Based on the English Translation by: Buddhist Text Translation Society. A General Explanation by: Master Yong Hua. Lu Mountain Temple. Five Major Schools of Asian Buddhism. The Buddha Speaks of Amitabha Buddha Sutra is generally known as the (Small) Small Amitabha Sutra.
Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (DRBA) The Buddhist Text Translation Society is part of DRBA. Spoken by Shakyamuni Buddha, it tells us that he entrusted Earth Store (Ksitigarbha) Bodhisattva with the endless task of rescuing all living beings from suffering. Formerly known as the Sino-American Buddhist Association, it was founded by Venerable Master Hsuan Hua in 1959. Earth Store’s long history and extraordinary vows to accomplish this impossible task have made this an extremely popular Buddhist text and the predominant funeral scripture in East Asia for centuries.
Give me a few more years and I'll have a complete translation of it hopefully. Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society in USA. I. Vairocana Buddha. I first read this sutra as a young person and was immediately captivated by the imagery and the perception of the profundity of the sutra. My first mental image was of a vast assembly of Buudhas on lotus seats in a vast cosmic hall, which was nonetheless intimate and presented an intimate setting. Give me a few more years and I'll have a complete translation of it hopefully. Well that's a tempting computational linquistics project because I can't really wait a few years.
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