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The sutra of Hui Neng

Huineng

The sutra of Hui Neng

by Huineng

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Published by Buddhist Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1953.

Statementtranslated from the Chinese by Wong Mou-La.
ContributionsWong, Mou-Lam., Humphreys, Christmas, 1901-1983.
The Physical Object
Pagination136p.
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20925316M

Hui-neng (–) is perhaps the most beloved and respected figure in Zen Buddhism. An illiterate woodcutter who attained enlightenment in a flash, he became the Sixth Patriarch of Chinese Zen, and is regarded as the founder of the "Sudden Enlightenment" school. He is the supreme exemplar of the fact that neither education nor social background has any bearing on the attainment of This book is the equivalent of an advanced black belt's teaching in all its simplicity and depth. Hui-neng is the man I admire most because of his humble origins; and yet he rose to become the 6th Patriarch of Zen. Still illiterate, he was able to comprehend (and explicate) any sutra anybody would read to ://

Hui-neng () is perhaps the most beloved and respected figure in Zen Buddhism. An illiterate woodcutter who attained enlightenment in a flash, he became the Sixth Patriarch of Chinese Zen, and is regarded as the founder of the. Additional ISBNs: , ,, About The Sutra of Hui-neng, Grand Master of Zen. Hui-neng (–) is perhaps the most beloved and respected figure in Zen Buddhism. An illiterate woodcutter who attained enlightenment in a flash, he became the Sixth Patriarch of Chinese Zen, and is regarded as the founder of the “Sudden Enlightenment” ://

Hui-neng () is perhaps the most beloved and respected figure in Zen Buddhism. An illiterate woodcutter who attained enlightenment in a flash, he became the Sixth Patriarch of Chinese Zen, and is regarded as the founder of the "Sudden Enlightenment" school. He is the supreme exemplar of the fact that neither education nor social background has any bearing on the attainment of ://   The Sutra of Hui Neng. SUTRA SPOKEN BY THE SIXTH PATRIARCH ON THE HIGH SEAT OF "THE TREASURE OF THE LAW" translated by C. Humphreys and Wong


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