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 +======= Baozhi ======
 + ​[[Baozhi]] ([[Chan Master]]) (418*-514 A.D.)
 +_Why should I look for [[Treasure]] abroad?_
 +_Within your[[self]] you have a b[[right]] [[Pearl]]. ​
 +_(quoted in Watson, tr. [[cold]] [[mountain]],​ p. 73n)_
 +[[founder]] of the Pi-lu [[lineage]] of [[Chan]] [[Buddhism]].
 +"In Nan[[King]] a [[woman]] [[name]]d Ju [[hear]]d the [[sound]] of a small [[child]]'​s cries coming
 +from an [[eagle]]'​s nest, went searching, and got him out. At age [[seven]] he [[left]]
 +home. Later he went to Wan [[mountain]] in the province of Dz??​c[[Hua]]n at Jianshui
 +("​[[s[[word]] [[water]]"​),​ a tre[[ache]]rous area of the [[yang]]tse [[river]]. He was commonly
 +[[know]]n as Zhi[[Gong]] ("​[[noble]] Zhi"). His [[face]] was rectangular and gleamed like a
 +[[mirror]], reflecting the [[face]]s of those who came before him. His [[hand]]s and
 +[[feet]] looked like [[bird]]s'​ claws, and he ate minced fish. He would spit the
 +fish [[meat]] back into the [[water]] where it would once again [[become]] [[living]] fish.
 +"​[[Emperor Wu]] instructed a [[monk]] [[name]]d Sengyou to [[pain]]t the [[Master]]'​s portrait.
 +The [[Venerable]] One scratched open his [[face]] with his talons, and from the
 +[[gas]]hes, one after another, [[emerge]]d the [[twelve]] [[face]]s of [[Bodhisattva]]
 +[[Avalokiteshvara]]-too [[extreme]]ly beautiful to [[pain]]t!
 +"In the 13th year of the reign period Tianzhen (515 AD), he went
 +unexpectedly to the [[Emperor]] to announce his departure. The [[Emperor]] was
 +alarmed and asked, "How long will I live?" Zhi[[Gong]] smiled and did not reply.
 +He [[merely]] drew his [[finger]] a[[cross]] his throat and [[left]]. [Note: This ominous
 +gesture was probably the [[Master]]'​s [[prophecy]] of the [[Emperor]]'​s [[subsequent]] [[death]]
 +by star[[Vati]]on. In a [[past life]] [[Emperor Wu]] had been a [[cultivator]]. Annoyed by a
 +pesky [[monk]]ey]],​ he locked it in a [[cave]]. After a [[time]] he forgot about it, and
 +the [[monk]]ey]] [[die]]d of star[[Vati]]on. In a later [[life]], the [[cultivator]] had
 +[[accumulate]]d [[Blessings]] enough to [[become]] [[Emperor]],​ but bandits, with the [[monk]]ey]]
 +re[[born]] as their leader, locked him in a tower and [[left]] him to [[starve]].]
 +Returning to his [[Temple]], he lit one candle and gave it to a [[Secret]]ary [[name]]d
 +Wuching. Wuching made this [[know]]n to the [[Emperor]],​ who lamented, 'Does the
 +[[Great]] [[Master]] have [[nothing]] further to leave? In[[form]] me of his [[death]] as soon
 +as it happens.'​ Afterwards the [[Emperor]] sponsored the [[construct]]ion of a
 +[[five]]-story pa[[God]]a (_[[Stupa]]_). On the day of his burial, the [[Master]] was seen
 +standing among the clouds.
 +"His eulogy says:
 +_Come forth from an [[eagle]]'​s nest,_
 +_He made strange tracks, impossible to [[fat]]hom. ​
 +_Ripping open his [[face]],_
 +_A [[body]] was disclosed. ​
 +_There remains an [[image]] of [[purple]] sandalwood,​_
 +_And, what is more, a standard of rules. ​
 +_He stood alone above the clouds,_
 +_Leaving his traces in the [[void]]!"​_
 +_([[VBS]] #25, pp. 1-2)_
 +*Estimates of the [[date]] of his [[birth]] vary from 417 to 421.
 +1) [[Chinese]]:​ bau-jr_ .
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 +[[Glossary of Dharma]] and [[Ayurvedic Terms]] | [[Recent Changes]]
 +[[Fair Use]]: [[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[Textbook of Ayurveda]], [[Ayurvedic Press]], 2002; 
 +[[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes]], [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1994-2006; ​
 +and [[Ron Epstein]], [[Buddhism A to Z]], Burlingame, [[California]],​ [[Buddhist Text Translation Society]], 2003, p. and many other sources (see [[Bibliography]]).
 +Adapted from Fair Use Source: [[Upasaka]] [[Ron Epstein]], [[Buddhism A to Z]], 1999: p. 
 +Primary Original Source: The [[Tripitaka]] of [[Sutra]], [[Shastra]] and [[Vinaya]] [[Dharma]] teachings (as found in the scripture storehouse of the [[India]]n [[Sanskrit]]- [[Siddham]],​ [[Chinese]],​ [[Tibetan]] and [[Japanese]] traditions of the [[Nalanda Tradition]] of ancient [[Nalanda University]]) of [[Shakyamuni Buddha]], and his [[Arya]] [[Sagely]] [[Bodhisattva]] [[Bhikshu]] [[Monk]] and [[Upasaka]] disciples.
 +These [[Good and Wise Advisors]] ([[Kaliyanamitra]]) [[Dharma Master]] teachers include [[Arya]] [[Venerable]]s [[Om Tare Tuttare Ture]] [[Om Ah Hum]] and [[Namo]] to [[Jivaka]], [[Charaka]],​ [[Lao Zi]] - [[Mahakashapa]],​ [[Ashwagosha]],​ [[Shantideva]] - [[Hui Neng]] - [[Shen Kai]] [[Sheng Ren Shr]], [[Bodhidharma]],​ the 16 [[Nalanda Acharyas]] 1. [[Nagarjuna]]-[[Manjushri]],​ 2. [[Arydeva]],​ 3. [[Buddhapalita]],​ 4. [[Bhavaviveka]],​ 5. [[Chandrakirti]] and [[Chandragomin]],​ 6. [[Shantideva]],​ 7. [[Shantarakshita]],​ 8. [[Kamalashila]],​ 9. [[Asanga]]-[[Maitreya]],​ 10. [[Vasubhandu]],​ 11. [[Dignaga]],​ 12. [[Dharmakirti]],​ 13. [[Vimuktisena]],​ 14. [[Haribhadra]],​ 15. [[Gunaprabha]],​ 16. [[Shakyaprabha]];​ [[Dharmarakshita]],​ [[Atisha]], [[Tsong Khapa]], [[Thogme Zangpo]], [[Nyingma]] [[Padmasambhava]],​ [[Yeshe Tsogyel]], [[Machig Lapdron]], [[Tilopa]], [[Naropa]], [[Milarepa]],​ [[Sakya Pandita]], [[Fazang]], [[Yunmen]], [[Nichiren]],​ [[Honen]], [[Shinran]],​ [[Kukai]], [[Dogen]], [[Hakuin]], [[Jamgon Kongtrul]], [[Nyingma]] [[Penor Rinpoche]], [[Bakula Rinpoche]], [[Dagri Rinpoche]], [[Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche]], [[Geshe Lama Kongchog]], [[Longchen Rapjampa]] - [[Gosok Rinpoche]], [[Phabongkha Rinpoche]], [[Patrul Rinpoche]], [[Mingyur Rinpoche]], [[Geshe Ngwang Dakpa]], [[Geshe Sopa Rinpoche]], [[Garchen Rinpoche]], [[Karmapa]],​ [[Sakya Trizin]], [[Tenzin Gyatso]] the [[Dalai Lama]], [[Hsu Yun]], [[Hsuan Hua]], [[Lama Zopa Rinpoche]], [[Choden Rinpoche]], [[Ajahn Chah]], [[Seung Sahn]], [[Thich Nhat Hanh]], [[Ajahn Sumedho]], ​ [[S. N. Goenka], [[Mama Ayur Punya Jyana Pushtim Kuriye Svaha]], [[bowing]] at your feet I make [[request]]s. Please bestow on me the [[two attainments]] of [[Maha]] [[Punya]] and [[Maha]] [[Prajna Paramita]]. And thanks to other [[modern day masters]]. ​ We consider them to be in accord with [[Tripitaka Master]] [[Hsuan Hua]]’s "​[[Seven Guidelines for Recognizing Genuine Teachers]]"​
 +[[Nalanda Online University]]'​s teachings are based especially on the [[Lam Rim]], the Dharma Flower [[Lotus Sutra]], the [[Avatamsaka Sutra]], the [[Shurangama Sutra]], the [[Ksitigarbha Sutra]], the [[Bhaisajya Guru Sutra]], the [[Dharani Sutra]], the [[Vajra Sutra]], the [[Prajna Paramita]] Hridayam [[Heart Sutra]], the [[Vimalakirti Sutra]], the [[Sanghata Sutra]], the [[Sutra of Golden Light]], the [[Srimala Devi Sutra]], the [[Sutra in 42 Sections]], the [[Mahaparinirvana Sutra]], the [[Hui Neng Sutra]] and the [[Tantra]]s and [[Mantra]]s of the [[Vajrayana]] the [[42 Hands and Eyes]], [[Guhyasamaja]],​ the [[Kalachakra]],​ the [[Vajrayogini]],​ the [[Heruka]], the [[Chakrasamvara]],​ the [[Chod]], the [[Hayagriva]],​ the [[Hevajra]],​ the [[Yamantaka]],​ the [[Kalarupa]],​ the [[Manjushri Nama Samgiti]], the [[Vajrakilaya]],​ the [[Vajrapani]],​ the [[Vajra Claws Dakini]], the [[Mahakala]],​ the [[Tara]], the [[White Umbrella Goddess]] ([[She Dan Do Bo Da La]] and their commentaries ([[shastra]]s) by the above Arya [[Tripitakacharya]] [[Dharma Master]]s.
 +NOTE: Numerous corrections and enhancements have been made under [[Shastra tradition]] and "​[[Fair Use]]" by an [[Anonymous]] [[Buddhist Monk]] [[Redactor]] (Compiler) of this Online [[Buddhist Encyclopedia]] Compilation) ​
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