Buddhism Meditation Music: Welcome to Chinese Buddhism, please scroll down The Buddhist Tripitaka original music series 顯密經藏 原創音樂 1. Mind Bridge 心橋: 00:00 2. Neutral Mind 平常心: 10:39 3. Tears of Avalokiteśvara 觀音淚: 20:52 4. Follow Your Heart 隨緣: 30:47 5. Nirvana 涅槃: 40:34 6. Ultimate Bliss 極樂: 49:46 7. Praise of Badeng Rinpoche 巴登上師祈請文: 1:00:14
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Vimalakirti Sutra is a discourse in which the Mahayana principles of “emptiness” and “non-duality” are presented in the form of a conversation between famous Buddhist disciples such as Shariputra and Bodhisattva Manjushri and the householder, Vimalakirti.
This sūtra is generally known by its abbreviated title of Śrīmālā-sūtra, and as is suggested by the title, it was expounded by Śrīmālā, the daughter of King Prasenajit of Śrāvastī, under the inspiration of Śākyamuni. The most important subjects dealt with are the theory of the ‘One True Vehicle’ and the dharmakāya. The fact that the leading role is played by a woman distinguishes this work from other sūtras, and on the basis of the guarantee given by Śākyamuni it is used as textual authority to support the view that a woman too can become a buddha.
This work consists of a record of the teachings of Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch of the Chan School in China, recorded by his disciple Fa-hai, and is known by several abbreviated titles such as “Platform Sūtra of the Sixth Patriarch”, “Platform Sūtra” or “Platform Sūtra of the Dharma Treasure”. It proclaims the independence of the Southern School of Chan from the Northern School, and discusses such subjects as ‘sudden enlightenment’ and the external expression of one’s real nature.