土曜日, 3月 11, 2017

馬祖道一


AppearancesEdit

Mazu appears in early Chan anthologies of lineage, encounter dialogue and koans:[30]

Other anthologies where Mazu appears include:

  • Records of Pointing at the Moon (compiled 1602),
  • Recorded Saying of the Ancient Worthies (compiled 1271),
  • Records of the Regular Transmission of the Dharma (1062).[e][f]


Shock techniquesEdit

Mazu Daoyi, in order to shake his students out of routine consciousness, employed novel and unconventional teaching methods. Mazu is credited with the innovations of using katsu(sudden shouts),[23] keisaku (unexpected strikes with a stick)[24] and unexpectedly calling to a person by name as that person is leaving. This last is said to summon original consciousness, from which enlightenment arises.[25] Mazu also employed silent gestures,[14][26] non-responsive answers to questions, and was known to grab and twist the nose of a disciple.[27] Utilizing this variety of unexpected shocks, his teaching methods challenged both habit and vanity, a push that might inspire sudden kensho.[14]




  • Chung-Yuan, Chang (1971) [1969, New York, Pantheon 1969], Original Teachings of Ch'an Buddhism. Selected from "Transmission of the Lamp", Vantage)

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