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afflictions afflictions

上心烦恼

afflictive afflictive

烦恼障

Agadas Agadas

adj.: healthy; n.: antidote, panacea, universal remedy.

Agamas Agamas
<p>Generic term applied to a collection of traditional doctrines and precepts; also means the home or collecting-place of the law or truth; the peerless law; the ultimate absolute truth. The Four Agamas are as follows: (1) Dirghagama, "law treatises on cosmogony; (2) Madhyamagama, "middle" treatises on metaphysics; (3) Samyuktagama, "miscellaneous" treatises on abstract contemplation; (4) Edottaragama, "numerical" treatises on subjects treated numerically.The sutras of Theravada are referred to at times as the Agamas.

AGAMA 阿伽摩 阿含 AGAMA,阿伽摩/阿含

"Often used as a generic term for the Theravada sutras."

"Lit., tradition. The Agamas are Chinese translations of the Sutras or Sermons as collected by the Sarvastivadin School (q.v.). They vary little from the corresponding Sutra Pitaka (Sutra Pitaka) of the Theravada Canon of today."

Agara Agara

House, dwelling, receptacle; also, used in the sense of a Bodily organ, e.g., the ear for sound, etc.

Agaru Aguru Agaru/Aguru

Sandalwood incense.

age age

劫浊

aggregate aggregate

色蕴

AGGREGATES AGGREGATES

蕴/五蕴

备注: 色.受.想.行.识

参考: SKANDHAS

aggregate aggregate(s)

See khandha.

AHIMSA 不害 AHIMSA,不害

(参见:Non-killing); (参见:Non-harming)

(参见:Compassion); (参见:Vegetarianism); (参见:Killing,杀生

"Skt., lit. 'non-harming.' In Buddhism non-harming of living beings is considered one of the most important aspects of the Buddhist spiritual attitude. The rule of vegetarianism for monks and nuns in most Buddhist cultures is based on this principle of ahimsa."

aid aid

加持

Akasagarbha Akasagarbha

虚空藏菩萨

AKSHOBHYA AKSHOBHYA

阿閦佛阿閦鞞佛不动佛

备注: 五方佛之一

Aksobhya Aksobhya

阿閦佛

AKUSHALA 恶业 AKUSHALA,恶业

Sanskrit word. It means bad Karma.

Alaya Alaya

The fundamental consciousness of all sentient beings. As defined by the Yogacara School, Alaya means the "storehouse", implying that this consciousness contains and preserves all past memories and potential psychic energy within its fold; it is the reservoir of all ideas, memories and desires and is also the fundamental cause of both Samsara and Nirvana.

Alaya Consciousness Alaya-Consciousness

阿赖耶识

alaya vijnana alaya-vijnana
<p>sually rendered 'storehouse consciousness'. In Yogacara philosophy, this is the underlying stratum of existence that is 'perfumed' by volitional actions and thus 'stores' the moral effects of kamma. Note that it is regarded as a conditioned phenomenon, not as a 'soul' in the sense of Western religion. The theory is most fully elaborated by Vasubandhu in //Vij~napti-maatrataa-tri.msikaa// and by Dharmapala in //Vij~napti-maatrataa-siddhi-"saastra//. The doctrine of alaya-vijnana greatly influenced Chinese Buddhism and sects derived from it (e.g. Zen). See also bhavanga.

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