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The Scripture of Won Buddhism: Won Pulkyo Kyojun

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Author: Venerable Sotaesan (Translated by Pal Khn Chon) / English Edition / Pages: 394 / Hardcover

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OVERVIEW

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AUTHOR

Venerable Sotaesan (Translated by Pal Khn Chon)

BINDING

Hardcover Binding, 394 Pages

PUBLISHER

Won Kwang Publishing

LANGUAGE

English

PUBLICATION DATE

1988

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

5.2 (W) * 7.3 (H) * 0.8 (D), inches

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The Principal Book of Won Buddhism :

The Principal Book of Won Buddhism is the Won Buddhist Canon. It is the primary scripture written by Founding Master Sotaesan. Within its pages the fundamental Won Buddhist teaching is elucidated in a simple and easy fashion.

The Scripture of The Founding Master :

The collected discourses of Sotaesan expound the Won Buddhist dharma in real situations so that it can be be applied in actual situations of daily life.

 

AS MATERIAL CIVILIZATION DEVELOPS,

CULTIVATE SPIRITUAL CIVILIZATION ACCORDINGLY.

ALL ARE INCARNATIONS OF TRUTH-BUDDHA,

DO EACH THING AS AN OFFERING OF WORSHIP TO THE BUDDHA.

PRACTICE MEDITATION CONTINUALLY,

PRACTICE MEDITATION EVERYWHERE.

KEEP SUCH ONENESS IN MOTION AND IN QUIETNESS,

MAINTAIN THE FULL ONENESS OF THE SPIRIT AND THE BODY.

BUDDHIST TRUTH IS FOUND IN LIFE,

LIFE IS BUDDHIST TRUTH ITSELF.

 

The Motive Behind the Foundation of Won Buddhism – According to the development of scientific civilization, the human spirit, which should make use of material things, grows weaker, while material things, which should be used by human beings, increasingly flourish and assert their domination over the enfeebled human spirit. Thus, human beings find themselves chained to the servitude of materialism. How, then, can they expect a life free from suffering and trouble? Won Buddhism was therefore founded in order to lead all living creatures to the vast and boundless world of happiness, away from the tormenting sea of life, by means of strengthening the power of the spirit over the forces of material things through faith in a religion based on Truth, and through actual moral training.

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Ⅰ. CANON

 

PART ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1. The Motive Behind the Foundation of Won Buddhism

Chapter 2. The General Meaning of the Doctrine

Part Two: Doctrine

Chapter 1. Il-Won-Sang

Chapter 2. The Four Graces

Chapter 3. The Four Essentials

Chapter 4. The Threefold Learning

Chapter 5. The Eight Articles

Chapter 6. The Essential Ways of Human Life, and the Essential Ways of Training

Chapter 7. The Four General Principles

Part Three: Practice

Chapter 1. Essentials of Daily Moral Practice

Chapter 2. Regular Training and Constant Training

Chapter 3. Chanting the Name of Buddha

Chapter 4. Sitting Meditation in the Lotus Position

Chapter 5. The Abstruse Questions

Chapter 6. Keeping a Diary

Chapter 7. The Practice of Continual Meditation

Chapter 8. The Words of Penitence

Chapter 9. Inward Confession and Prayer

Chapter 10. TheWay to Offer Worship to Buddha

Chapter 11. The Precepts

Chapter 12. Essentials for Utilizing One’s Original Nature

Chapter 13. The Initial Dharma Words of the Great Master

Chapter 14. Dharma Words on Happiness and Suffering

Chapter 15. An Diseases of Society and the Treatments

Chapter 16. The Way of Integration of Spirit and Body

Chapter 17. Classifications of the Dharma Rank

 

Ⅱ. THE DISCOURSES OF THE GREAT MASTER

Section One. Introduction

Section Two. On Doctrine

Section Three. On Moral Practice

Section Four. The Path of Humanity

Section Five. On Cause and Effect

Section Six. Answers to Questions

Section Seven. The Principle of the Original Nature

Section Eight. On Buddhahood

Section Nine. On Deliverance

Section Ten. On Faith

Section Eleven. Short Sayings

Section Twelve. The Great Master’s Examples

Section Thirteen. On the Won Buddhist Order

Section Fourteen. Prospects for the Future

Section Fifteen. Words of Commission

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