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Buddhist Encyclopedia
Buddha Dharma Glossary of Terms

abbot [12]

Abhidharma [13]

Ajita (Bodhisattva) [14]

Amita (Buddha) [15]

Amitabha (Buddha) [16] see Amita (Buddha) [15]

Amitabha Sutra [17]

Ananda (Venerable) [18]

Anuttara Samyak Sambodhi [19]

Arhat [20]

Asanga (Bodhisattva) [21]

Asankhyeya/Asankhyeya [22]

Asura [23]

attachment [24]

Avalokiteshvara (Bodhisattva) [25]

Avatamsaka Sutra [26] see Flower Adornment Sutra [27]

Avichi Hell [28]

Baozi (Chan Master)

Bhikshu [29]

Bhikshuni [30]

Blessings [31]

Bodhi [32]

Bodhidharma (Patriarch) [33]

Bodhi Resolve, (bringing forth) [34]

Bodhisattva [35]

bowing [36]

Brahma Net Sutra [37]

Budai (Venerable) [38]

Buddha [39]

Buddha Land [40]

[41]

Buddha Recitation

Buddha Vehicle see Three Vehicles

Buddhism/Buddha Dharma

Buddhist sects

causation

Certification

Changzhi (Chan Master)

Changren (Chan Master)

Chan School

City of Ten Thousand Buddhas see Sagely City of Ten Thousand Buddhas

compassion

Consciousness-Only School

cosmology

creation

Cultivation

Daosheng (Venerable)

demons

Devadatta

Dhamma see Dharma/Dharma

Dharani

Dharani Sutra

Dharma/Dharma

Dharma Door

Dharma-Ending Age

Dharma Flower Sutra (Lotus) Sutra

Dharma Master

Dharma Protector

Dharma Realm

Dharma Transmission

Dhyana see Meditation & Four Dhyanas

Dhyana-Meditation see Six Paramitas

Earth Store (Bodhisattva)

Eight Consciousnesses

Eighteen Realms

Eightfold Division of ghosts and Spirits

Eightfold Path

Eight Winds

Eighty-Eight Deluded Viewpoints

84000 Dharma Doors

Eighty-One Cognitive Delusions

Eleven Benefits from Making Iimages of Buddhas

Emptiness

Enlightenment

Expedient Dharmas

Faith

false thinking see polluted thoughts

Filial Respect (respect for all)

Five Contemplations when Eating

Five Desires

Five Eyes

Five Moral Precepts

Five Skandhas

Five Turbidities

Five Types of Buddhist Study and Practice

Flower Adornment Sutra

Four Applications of Mindfulness

Four Dhyanas

Four Formless Realms

Fourfold Assembly

Four Great Elements

Four Great Vows

Four Noble Truths

Four Stations of Emptiness see Four Formless Realms

Four Unlimited Aspects of Mind

Gautama/Gotama (Buddha)

ghosts

God

Gods

Good and Wise Advisor

Good Roots

Great Compassion Mantra

Great Vehicle see Mahayana and Hinayana Compared

Gong Fu

Han-Shan and Shr-De (Bodhisattvas)

Heart Sutra

Hearers see Shravaka

Heavens see Gods

hells

Hinayana see Mahayana and Hinayana Compared

hungry ghosts see Six Paths of Re[[birth

Huayan School

Hui Neng (Chan Master/Patriarch)

Ignorance

Impermanence

Kalpa

Karma

Ksitigarbha (Bodhisattva) see Earth Store (Bodhisattva)

Kumarajiva (Tripitaka Master]])

liberating living beings

Lineage

living beings

Lotus Posture

Lotus Sutra see Dharma Flower (Lotus) Sutra

love

Madhyamaka see Emptiness, Nagarjuna (Bodhisattva)

Maha

Maha Kashyapa (Venerable)

Maha Maudgalyayana (Venerable)

Maha Parinirvana Sutra see Nirvana Sutra

Mahasattva

Mahayana Buddhism see Mahayana and Hinayana Compared

Mahayana and Hinayana Compared

Maitreya (Bodhisattva)

Mandala

Manjushri (Bodhisattva)

Mantra

Mara see demons

Meditation

Merit/Merit and virtue

Middle Way

Mindfulness

Moral Precepts

Nagarjuna (Bodhisattva)

Namo

Nirvana

Nirvana Sutra

no Outflows see Outflows

no self

Offerings

One Hundred Dharmas

One Thousand Hands and Eyes

ordination

Outflows

Pali

Paramita

polluted thoughts

Prajna

Pratyekabuddha

Precepts see Moral Precepts

Pure Land

Pure Land School see Five Types of Buddhist Study and Practice

Qing Liang Cheng Guan (National Master)

Ranking the Teachings

Re[[birth

Refuge with the Three Jewels

Relics

Repentance

Sagely City of Ten Thousand Buddhas

Shakra/Sakra

Samadhi

Samantabhadra (Bodhisattva) see Universal Worthy (Bodhisattva)

Samsara

Sangha

Sanskrit

Shakyamuni (Buddha)

Shariputra (Venerable)

Sharira/Sharira see Relics

Shastra

Shramana

Shravaka/Shravaka

Shr-De (Bodhisattva) see Han-Shan and Shr-De (Bodhisattvas)

Shurangama Mantra

Shurangama Sutra

Six Desire Heavens

Six Paramitas

Six Paths of Re[[birth

Six Principles of the Sagely City of Ten Thousand Buddhas

Six Spiritual Powers

Sixth Patriarch's Dharma Jewel Platform Sutra

Small Vehicle see Mahayana and Hinayana Compared

Sound Hearer see Shravaka

suffering

Sutra

Sutra in Forty-Two Sections

Sutra of the Past Vows of Earth Store Bodhisattva

Xuan Zang (Tripitaka Master]])

Tantric School see Five Types of Buddhist Study and Practice–Mysteries TESTERTESTERTESTER

Tathagata see Thus Come One

Tathagata Garbha

Ten Dharma Realms

Ten Grounds/Stages of the Path of the Bodhisattva

Ten Titles of a Buddha

Ten Good Deeds

Theravada Buddhism

Thirty-Two Major Phyical Characteristics of a Buddha

Thousand Handed Thousand Eyed Dharani Sutra see Dharani Sutra

Three Aspects of learning to Be Without Outflows

Three Bodies of a Buddha/Three Types of Buddha Bodies

Three Jewels

Three Poisons

Three Refuges see Refuge with the Three Jewels

Three Realms see Three Worlds

Three Vehicles

Three Worlds

Thus Come One

time

Transference of Merit

Transformation Bodies

Tripitaka

Tripitaka Master]]

Tushita Heaven see Six Desire Heavens

Twelvefold Conditioned Arising

Two Vehicles

Tian Tai School

Universal Worthy (Bodhisattva)

Upasaka

Upasika

Vajra

Vajra (Diamond) Prajna Paramita Sutra

Vasubandhu (Bodhisattva) [42]

Vegetarianism [43]

Vinaya

Vinaya School

Vows

way see Middle Way

Way Place

World Systems

Yogachara see Consciousness-Only School

Yojana

Zen see Chan School

Zhi'i (Venerable)

Zhong Guo



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