Sati (P) Niệm → Mindfulness → Smṛti (S), Nen (J) → → mindfulness, attention, awareness, recall, recollection: the mind's ability to know and observe itself. Sati is not memory or remembering, although related to them. Nor is it mere heedfulness or carefulness. Sati allows us to be aware of what we are about to do → 1- Xem Smṛti. Xem Ksana. 2- Tt Đế: Tn vị thần ở .
Sati-bāla (S) .
Sati-paa (P) → Mindfulness and wisdom: Sati and Paa must work together. Paa depends on sati. it arises through mindfulness of life's experiences and is applied to present experience through mindfulness. Yet, without sufficient wisdom, mindfulness would be misused.
Satipaṭṭhāna (P) → Foundation of mindfulness → Smṛty-upasṭhāna (S) → → Applicatioms of mindfulness. it can mean the cetasika sati which is aware of realities or the objects of mindfulness which are classified as four applications of mindfulness: Body, Feeling Citta, Dhamma. Or it can mean the development of direct understanding of realities through awareness. → Gồm: - (Kayanapassana):thân - (Vedananupassana): thọ thị khổ (thọ cảm là khổ) - (Cittanupassana): tâm (tâm ý là ) - (Dhammanupassana): (muôn vật đều không thiệt có).
Satipatthana sutta (P) → Sutra of Frames of Reference and Foundations of Mindfulness → Name of a sutra.(MN 10) → Tên một .
Satipatthana-samyutta (P) → The Four Frames of Reference → Name of a sutra. (chapter SN 47) → Tên một .
Satipatthana-vibhaṅga sutta (P) → Sutra on Analysis of the Frames of Reference → Name of a sutra.(SN XLVii.40) → Tên một .
Ṣātīsambojjhaṅga (S) → Recollection → See Saptabodhyangani.
Sati-sampajāna (P) → Clear comprehension.
Sati-vinaya (S) → (S, P).
Satkara (S) .
Satkaryavada (S) .
Satkāya (S) → With body → Sakkāya (P).
Satkāya-darśana (P) → Sakkāya-dassana (P) → See Satkāya.
Satkāya-dṛṣṭi (S) → Sakkāya-diṭṭhi (P) → → cho rằng có và trong thân, chấp là có thực. Một trong .
Satori (J) Ngộ → Enlightenment → → A state of consciousness, often associated with enlightenment. Satori is essential wisdom (prajna) for the practice of Zen.
Satpadartgha (S) .
Satru (S) → Người với ta.
Ṣaṭśāstārā (S) .
Satta (S) → Sattva (S) → See Sattva.
Satta sutta (P) → Sutra on A Being → Name of a sutra.(SN XXiii.2) → Tên một .
Sattabojjhaṅga (S) → See Saptabodhyangani, Sattasambojjhaṅga.
Sattaloka (P) .
Sattasambojjhaṅga (P) → .
Satta-tiṃsa-bodhipakkhiyā-dhammā (P) → .
Sattatthana sutta (P) → Sutra on Seven Bases → Name of a sutra. (SN XXii.57) → Tên một .
Sattha (S) → One of many titles of Sakyamuni Buddha. → Một trong nhiều của .
Satthar (S) → See Upadhaya.
Satthu (S) → See Upadhaya.
Satti sutta (P) → Sutra on The Spear → Name of a sutra.(SN XX.5) → Tên một .
Sattva (S) → Being → Satta (P) → , , , ; → Vật có sanh mạng, trong , trong .
Sattva-kaṣāyaḥ (S) → See Paca-kaṣāyah.
Sattvarthakriya-śīla (S) → .
Sattvasamatā (S) → .
Sattva-Vajri (S) → Name of a Bodhisattva. → Tên một vị .
Sattya (S) Đế → , các pháp.
Satva (S) → → có tình thức.
Satya (S) → Sacca (P) → Đế → không còn .
Satyadvaya (S) .
Satyarata (S) → Name of a Bodhisattva. → Tên một vị .
Satyasaddhi śāstra (S) → Name of a work of commentary. → Tên một bộ .
Satyasiddhi-śāstra (S) → Written by Harivarman in the 4th century BC and translated by Kumarajiva, on which the Satyasiddhi Sect bases its doctrine. it was a Hinayana variation of the Sunya (emptiness) doctrine. The term is defined as perfectly establishing the real meaning of the Sutras. → Do ngài vào thế kỷ thứ 4 BC.
Satyasiddhi School (P) → See Satyasiddhi-śāstra.
Satya-vada (S) → Bhuta-vadi (S), Sacca-vada (P).
Satya-yuga (P) → See Kṛta-yuga.
Saumanasya-vedanā (S) → Somanassa-vedana (P) → One of the Panca-vedanah. → Một trong . đối với .
Saunanasya-vedaniya-karma (S) .
Sa-upadisesa-nibbana (P) → Nibbana with fuel remaining (the analogy is to an extinguished fire whose embers are still glowing) -- liberation as experienced in this lifetime by an arahant. Arahatship with the khandhas or groups of existence remaining, thus not final nibbana at death of an arahat.
Sauraya (S) → → Name of a Bodhisattva. → Tên một vị .
Sutravadatika (S) → Suttavāda (P), do dī pe (T), Sankrantivada (S) → , → Libereally means reliance upon sutras, the original Buddhist texts, therefore emphasized the efficacy and authority of the sutras. Also called Sankrantivada as it held the view that the Skandhas transmigrate from the former world to the later world. it is one of the Hinayana sect, a branch of Sthaviradin developed from Sarvastivadah. Vasubandhu's arguments in the Abhidharmakośa criticize the Vaibhasikas from a Sautrantika viewpoint. The ideas influenced Mahayana doctrines to form Yogacara school. → Một trong 11 của do ngài la đa (Kumaralabdha) .
Sutravadatika school → See Sutravadatika.
Sautrantikah (S) → See See Sutravadatika.
Sava (S) → Thi thể người mới chết.
Savabhāva-suddha (S) Đắc tánh → Name of a Buddha or Tathāgata. → của , cũng là của Phật .
Sāvaka (P) → See Śrāvaka.
Sāvaka-kicca (P) → Function of hearing.
Sāvakasaṃgha (P) → Congregation of disciples → Community of (noble) disciples.
Sāvakayāna (P) .
Sāvatthi (P) → Śṛāvāsti (S) → See Śṛāvāsti.
Sāvika (P) (nữ) → See Śrāvaka.
Savipaka (S) → Có khả năng quả ở tương lai.
Savitṛ (S) → The activities of the sun. → Nghĩa: của .
Savupadisesa-nibbhāna (P) → Sopadhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa (S).
Sayāna-kicca (P) → Function of tasting.
Sayanāsana (S) .
School of Consciousness-Only → The school of Mahayana thought founded by Vasubandhu; it teaches that all existences are transformations of consciousnesses, of which the most fundamental is Alaya. Based on Hsuan-tsang's Chinese translation of Vasubandhu's Thirty Verses and its commentaries, the Hosso (Fa-hsiang) school arose and was later transmitted to Japan.
School of the Middle → Nagarjuna's Madhyamika school, which rejects two extreme views of 'existence' and 'non-existence' and claims that truth lies in the middle.
Sea of Perfume → The sea from which grows a large lotus-flower, which produces Vairocana Buddha's land, called 'World of Lotus-store'.
Seccho (J) → See Hsueh tou Chung hsien.
Secret mantra → sang ngak (T) → A name for the vajrayana.
Sedaka sutta (P) → Sutra At Sedaka → Name of a sutra. (SN XLVii.19) → Tên một .
Seidō Chizō (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Seigen Gyōshi (J) → See Ch'ing-yuan Hsing-ssu.
Seigen ishin (J) → See Ching yuan Wei hsin.
Seikyo (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Seirai-no-i (J) .
Seishimaru (J) → Honen's name when he was a child.
Seiza (J) → Traditional Japanese sitting posture, with the buttocks on the heels of the feet, large toes crossed, and a straight posture. This is a typical posture assumed in martial arts dojos.
Sekha (S) → See Śaikṣa.
Sekhasuttam (P) → Name of a sutra. → Tên một .
Sekhiya (S) → See Śaikṣa. → 75 điều trong 227 điều của trong (Sutta-Vibhanga).
Sekhiyā-dhamma (P) → See Śaikṣa-dharma.
Sekisō Soen (J) → See Shih-huang Ch'u-yuan.
Sekisō-Keishō (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư. See Shih shuang Ching Chu.
Sekitō Kisen (J) → See Shih tou Hsi hsien (C).
Sela sutta (P) → Name of a sutra.(SN V.9) → Tên một .
Self-attachment , → innate and unconscious attachment to the false image of ego which is, in fact, non-existent.
self-knowledge → Tib. rang rig → This is a high meditation in which one looks directly at mind itself with no conceptualization to determine the characteritics of reality.
selflessness → dag me (T) → Also called egolessness. in two of the hinayana schools (Vaibhashika and Sautrantika) this referred exclusively to the fact that "a person" is not a real permanent self, but rather just a collection of thoughts and feelings. in two of the mahayana schools (Chittamatra and Madhyamaka) this was extended to mean there was no inherent existence to outside phenomena as well.
Self-nature → One's own Original Nature, one's own Buddha Nature.
Self-power → One's own power to perform Buddhist practices; it is limited and defiled by evil passions, and so, inefficient in achieving the Buddhist goal; see Other-Power.
selwa (T) → See Clarity.
Semblance Dharma (age of) → The second of the three Dharma-ages; in this age, which lasted a thousand years after the end of the age of the Right Dharma, the Buddhist teachings existed and practices were possible but Enlightenment was no longer attainable due to the declining spiritual capacities of human beings.
Semnegu (T) → See Nine steps for settling the mind.
Sems tsam pa (T) → See Cittamātra.
Sena (S) → thế kỳ X, Xi, Xii ở . Cuối thế kỷ Xii vương triều này bị đưa đến sự của ở (Tantric Buddhism).
Senasanam (P) .
Sendhya-kāya (S) → Thân người.
Sending and taking practice Tong-len → tong len (T) → A meditation practice promulgated by Atisha in which the practitioner takes on the negative conditions of others and gives out all that is positive.→ Một hành thiền của tổ Atisha, nhận hết những của và trả lại bằng những điều .
Seng tsan (C) → Sosan (J) → See Seng T'san.
Sengai Gibon (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Sengcan (C) → See Seng T'san.
Seng-chao (C) → Shengzhao (C) → (374/37(8) 414) Of the San-lun school of Chinese Madhyamaka. → (374/378-414) Thuộc trường phái trong hệ ở .
Seng-chia-che ching (C) → Name of a sutra. → Tên một .
Seng-han (C) .
Seng-tchao (S) → See Seng-chao.
Seng-t'san (C) → Sengcan (C), Sosan (J) → The third patriarch of Chinese Zen, passed away in around 606 (?). A student and dharma successor of Hui-k'o and dharma master of Tao-hsin.→ Tổ thứ ba dòng thiền , mất năm 606 (?). và của và là thầy của .
Seng-tsang (C) → See Seng T'san.
Senkan (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
sensei (J) Thầy (âm Hán là ) → Teacher. Title of respect in Japan.
Sensu Tokujō (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Sentient beings → Sattva (P) → The sentient being is generally defined as any living creature which has developed enough consciousness awareness to experience feelings, particularly suffering.
Sentsang (C) → See Hsuan-chuang.
Sepathesesanirvāṇa (S) .
Seperation from the beloved ái .
Seppō Gison (J) → See See Hsueh-feng i-ts'un.
Ser chin (T) → See Prajnapāramitā.
Serene Faith → Chn tn → Faith of the Other-Power; shinjin; originally, one of the three entrusting minds promised in the Eighteenth Vow.
Serene Faith of Joy.
Serenity meditation .
Sesshin (J) .
Sesson Yūbai (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Setcho Juchen (J) → See Hsueh-tou Ch'ung-hsien.
Setchō Jūken (J) Trừng Hiển → See Hsueh-tou Chung-hsien.
Setsuna (J) → See Kṣaṇa.
Seven acts for bodhisattvas of the First Stage thất hạnh môn → 1. to forbear, 2. to avoid lawsuits, 3. to have much joy, 4. to have much happiness in the mind, 5. to seek purity of mind always, 6. to pity sentient beings, and 7. to bear no enmity toward them.
Seven Buddhas → Có 7 ra đời trước đây kể cả đức , gồm: - , thứ 998 thuộc . - , thứ 999 thuộc . - , thứ 1000 thuộc . - , thứ nhất thuộc . - , ( ) thứ nhì thuộc . - , thứ ba thuộc . - , thứ tư thuộc .
Seven causes of awakening the Bodhi-mind → 1. The Tathagatas lead one to awaken the Bodhi-mind, 2. on seeing perishing of the Dharma, one awakens the Bodhi-mind wishing to protect it, 3. out of compassion for sentient beings, one awakens the Bodhi-mind, 4. bodhisattvas teach one to awaken the Bodhi-mind, 5. on seeing the bodhisattvas' practices, one awakens toe Bodhi-mind, 6. after practising Dana, one awakens the Bodhi-mind, and 7. on beholding the Buddha's physical characteristics, one awakens the Bodhi-mind.
Seven disciplines → The seven rules of acts for the bodhisattvas of the First Stage: 1. forbearance, 2. avoiding disputes, 3. joy, 4. happiness, 5. purity of heart, 6. compassion, and 7. not getting angry.
Seven elements of Bodhi , → The seven factors for the attainment of Enlightenment: 1. distinguishing the true teaching from the false, 2. making efforts to practise the true teaching, 3. rejoicing in the true teaching, 4. eliminating indolence and attaining comfort and relaxation, 5. being mindful so as to keep the balance between concentration and insight, 6. concentration, and 7. detaching one's thoughts from external objects, thereby securing serenity of mind.
Seven elements of evil → The opposites of the seven elements of virtue. → Ngược lại Bảy việc .
Seven elements of virtue → Faith, repentance, shamefulness, hearing the Dharma, efforts, mindfulness and wisdom.
Seven evil acts → 1. killing, 2. stealing, 3. committing adultery, 4. telling lies, 5. uttering harsh words, 6. uttering words which cause enmity between two or more persons, and 7. engaging in idle talk.
Seven factors of wisdom , pháp, thất chi → The seven factors for cultivating superior wisdom: (1) distinguishing the true Dharma from false teachings; (2) making efforts in practising the true Dharma; (3) rejoicing in the true Dharma; (4) eliminating indolence and attaining comfort and relaxation; (5) being mindful to keep the balance between concentration and insight; (6) concentration; and (7) detaching one's thoughts from external objects so as to secure serenity of mind.
Seven faults → 1. many secular engagements, 2. chanting non-Buddhist scriptures, 3. coveting much sleep, 4. indulging in conversation with many, 5. attachment to personal riches and gains, 6. excessive eagerness to please people, and 7. being confused about the Buddhist Path.
Seven jewels , → Gold, silver, beryl, crystal, rosy pearl, cornelian, and sapphire.
Seven Masters ( , , Ðàm Loan, Ðạo Xước, Thiện Ðạo, , và ), → The Seven Patriachs of Jodoshinshu: Nagarjuna, Vasubandhu, T'an-luan, Tao-ch'o, Shan-tao, Genshin and Honen.
Seven patriarches → tarab dun (T) → These were the seven great teachers and major holders of Buddhism and were Mahakashyapa, Ananada, Upagupta, Canavasika, Dhitika, Krisna, and Mahasudarchana.
Seven practices leading to Enlightenment Bảy , , → The seven factors for the attainment of Enlightenment: (1) distinguishing the true teaching from the false, (2) making efforts to practise the true teaching, (3) rejoicing in the true teaching, (4) eliminating indolence and attaining comfort and relaxation, (5) being mindful so as to keep the balance between concentration and insight, (6) concentration, and (7) detaching one's thoughts from external objects, thereby securing serenity of mind.
Seven prominences on the body (bảy chỗ tròn đầy, trên thân Phật) → in both feet, both hands, both shoulders and on the back; this feature is one of the 32 physical characteristics of the Buddha.
Seven purification .
Seven riches → Gồm: (faith), (discipline), sự (listening to Dharma), biết (shame), lòng nhiệt thành (zeal and devotion), xả bỏ (abnegation), (meditation).
Seven sentiments → Gồm: - Hỷ (mừng) - nộ (giận) - ai ( ) - cụ (sợ sệt) - aí (yêu) - ố (ghét) - dục (muốn).
Seven treasures → Gold, silver, lapis lazuli, crystal, red pearls, diamond, and coral; there are, however, other versions.
Seventeenth Vow → in this vow Dharmakara promised that, when he became a Buddha, his Name would be glorified by all Buddhas, so that living beings who hear it might joyfully hold it; Shakra.
Sevitabha-asevitabhasuttam (P) → Name of a sutra. → Tên một .
Sgyu lus (T) → See Gyulu.
Shadayatana (S) → Six bases → See Sadayatana.
Shaivism đạo, Thấp Bà tông → Shivaism → A branch of Hinduism which the followers worship Shiva as the supreme being.
Shakra's pendent mani-gem Tỳ → The gem on the top of Shakra's head; said to be the most precious gem in the world (M12,15).
Shakra's vase Ðế Thích bình, Thiên , Ðế → The vase which produces anything at will; said to be a possession of Shakra.
Sakiya (P) → See Śākya.
Shakya Pandita (T) → (1181-1251 C.E.) A hereditary head of the Śākya lineage. A great scholar who was an outspoken opponent of the Kagyu teachings. He also became head of the Tibetan state under the authority of the Mongol emperors.
Shakya tubpa (T) → See Buddha Shakyamuni.
Sha-lo-pa (C) .
Shamatha meditation → Tranquility meditation → shinay (T) → This is basic sitting meditation in which one sitting in the cross-legged posture follows the breath while observing the workings of the mind. The main purpose of shamatha meditation is to settle or tame the mind so that it will stay where one places it.
Shami (J) → Sami(K) → a Buddhist monk or nun who has accepted the first grade of clerical precepts.
Shamon (J) .
Shan hsing (J) → See Pradhanasura.
Shan tao (C) .
Shanavasin (S), Śanavasin (S) → The 3rd patriach of indian Buddhism. → Tổ thứ 3 giòng Ấn.
Shang Dynasty (C) → The Shang Dynasty was founded by Tang the Emperor. → nhà Thương, do Thang đế lập ra.
Shanghabhadrā (S) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shaṇghadeva, Saṇghadeva (S) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shanghapala, Saṇghapala (S) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shanghata, Saṇghata (S) → Shanga → → See narakanitaya.
Shanka (S) → The great world-ruler at the time Maitreya appears in this world. → Tên vị vào thời ở .
Shan-tao (C) → See Zendo.
Shan-tao School → One of the three Chinese Pure Land schools; the other two are Lu-shan ( tông) school of Hui-yuan (33(4) 416) and Tz'u-min school of Hui-jih (680-748).
Shantarakshita, Santarakshita (S) Thiện Hải → An abbot of Nalanda University who was invited by King Trisong Detsen to come to Tibet. He established Samye Monastery and thus helped introduce Buddhism in Tibet.
Shantideva (S) → Śantideva (S) → 675- 725 C.E. A great bodhisattva who lived in 7th and 8th century in india known for his two works on the conduct of a bodhisattva → .
Shantung (C) → A province in China → Tên một tỉnh của .
Shao-lin (C) .
Shao-k'ang (C) → A Chinese Pure Land master, renowned as an incarnation of Shan-tao; died in 805.
Shao-lin ssu (C) → Shorin-ji (J), Shaolinsi (C) → A Buddhist monastery built on the Sung-shan in 477 by Emperor Hsiao-wen of northern Wei Dynasty, where Bodhiruchi lived to translate the sutras at the beginning of the 6th century, and Bodhidharma had a retreat in the first half also of that century. → Phật do Hiếu Văn triều Bắc Ngụy xây trên núi vào năm 477, nơi đã ở để điển vào đầu thế kỷ thứ 6. Cũng nơi đây đã ẩn tu trong nửa đầu thế kỷ ấy.
Shaolinsi (C) → See Shao-lin ssu.
Shaolinszu (C) .
Shao-luan (C) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
shari pu (T) → See Śāriputra.
Shaseki-shū (J) .
Śatika-śāstra (P) → One of the Three Śāstra of Madhyamika School, so called because of its 100 verses, each of 32 words. it was written in Sanskrit by Vasubandhu and translated by Kumarajiva, but the versions differ.
Shayata (S) → Tổ thứ 20 giòng Ấn.
she rab (T) Huệ → See Prajā.
Shen (C) Thần → Spirit → in Ching, Ch'i, Shen - the fundamental concepts of the Taoism meditative breathing. → Trong tinh, khí, thần - những nguyên lý trong phép luyện thở của Đạo gia.
Shen hsiu (C) → See Shen-hsiu.
Shen hui (C) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Sheng t'ai (C) → Holy embryo.
Shengg Chou Chi (C) .
Sheng-mu (C) → Holy Mother → Another name for Pi-hsia Yuan-chun → Tên khác của .
Shengzhao (C) → See Seng-chao.
Shen-Hsiu (C) → Shenxiu (C), Jinshu (J) → (?-706) A student of Hung-jen, the founder of the Northern school of Ch'an. → (?-706) của , khai sáng dòng thiền Bắc phương .
Shentong school → The Madhyamika or middle way school in Tibet divided into two major schools: the Rongtong which maintains voidness is devoid of inherent existence and Shentong which maintains voidness is indivisible from luminosity.
Shenxiu (C) → See Shen-hsiu.
shes sgrib (T) → cognitive obscurations.
Shi-ching (C) → Book of Songs → Confucius is credited with the authorship of this work. → Do san định.
Shichi-shū (J) .
Shidō Munan (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shifuku (J) → See Tzu fu.
Shifuku Nyohō (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shigen (J) → See Shih-yen.
Shiguseigan (J) .
Shih fan (C) .
Shih kung (C) .
Shih men Tsung (C) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shih shuang Ching Chu (C) → Sekiso Keisho (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư. (807-888).
Shih shuang Hsing k'ung (C) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shih tien Fa hsun (C) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shih tou Hsi hsien (C) → Sekito Kisen (J) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư. (700-790).
Shih wu Ching hung (C) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shih-huang Ch'u-yuan (C) → Sekiso Soen (J) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Shih-i (C) → Ten Wings → The 10 commentaries on i-ching. Traditionally, it is said to have originated with Confucius, but scholars confirmed that they date from the Warring States Period, during the Ch'in or Han dynasty. → Mười biên khảo về . Theo , là do san định, nhưng các ngày nay cho thấy này có từ thời Chiến quốc, thuộc triều Tần hay Hán.
Shihō (J) .
Shih-shuang Ch'ing-chu (C) → Sekiso Keisho (J) → (80(7) 888/889) A student and dharma successor of Tao-wu Yuan-chih. → (807-888/889) và của .
Shih-shuang Ch'u-yuan (C) → Shishuang Chuyuan (C), Sekiso Soen (J), Ch'i-ming (C) → (98(6) 1039) Also called Ch'i-ming.A student and dharma successor of Fen-yang Shan-chao. → (986-1039) Còn gọi là . và của Phần Dương .
Shih-t'ou (C) → See Shih-t'ou Hsi-ch'ien.
Shih-t'ou Hsi-ch'ien (C) → (700 - 790). A famous master, a contemparary with Ma-tsu,a dharma successor of Ch'ing-yuan Hsing-ssu. → (700 - 790). Một vị thầy cùng thời ngài (thế kỷ thứ 8) ở , người của ngài Thanh Nguyên Hành Tự.
Shih-yen (C) → Jui-yen (C); Zuigan, Shigen (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư. Khoảng TK thứ 9.
Shika (C) → Long poem.
Shikan (J) → → See Chih-Kuan.
Shikantaza (J) Chỉ quản (Có nghĩa là chỉ ), chữ dùng trong của ngài Ðạo Nguyên → Meditation without any object, without counting, focus on breathing, nor koans. it is intense sitting, where there is unshakeable conviction that zazen is the actualization, and there is nothing else to gain. At the root, this frame of thought realizes that there is not a struggle involved in the attainment of satori. → Xem .
Shiko (J) → See Tzuhu.
Shiko Rishō (J) → → See Tzu-hu Li-tsung.
Shiku fumbetsu (J) .
Shin (C) chân Tông → The popular name for Jodoshinshu.
Shin Buddhist → A follower of Jodoshinshu.
shinay (T) Chỉ → See Śamatha.
Shinchi kakushin (J) .
Shinga (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư. 801 - 879.
Shingaku (J) .
Shingetsu Shōryō (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shingon (J) → The esoteric Buddhism which originated in india, developed in China and was systematized in Japan by Kukai (774 - 835).
Shingon-shū (J) .
Shin-in (J) .
Shinjin (J) → Faith of the Other-Power.
Shinjinmei (J) .
Shinkū (J) .
Shinnen (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư. 804 - 891.
Shinnin (J) .
Shinnyo (J) .
Shinran (J) → → The founder of Jodoshinshu (117(3) 1262). → phái ở Nhật.
Shinran Shonin (J) → Twelfth-century founder of Jodo Shinshu.
Shinshū (J) → → Do ngài (1173 - 1263) ở Nhật.
Shin-shū (J) → Shin school → Jodo-shin shu (J) → True School of Pure Land. A school of Japanese Buddhism founded by Shinran (117(3) 1262), members of this school live as lay people, they avoid building up barriers between themselves and the world around. → Còn gọi là . Một ở Nhật do (1173-1262) . sống như những người , họ không muốn tạo dựng sự ngăn cách giữa họ với chung quanh.
Shinshu Daishi (J) → See Zhenzongdashi.
Shintō (J) → See Shintoism.
Shintoism → Way of the Gods → Shinto (J) → → Shinto was a religion of worshipping the nature deities, strongly influenced by Chinese Confuciansim. From 1868 to 1945 it was recognized as a state religion in which the emperor was worshipped as a god. → là một các , chịu mạnh mẽ của . Từ năm 1868 đế`n 1945, được là và được .
Shinzei (J) → → 800 - 860, .
Shiran (J) → ( -Shinshu- ở Nhật).
Shishibodai (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shishin goshin (J) → Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Shishuang Chuyuan (C) → See Shih-shuang Ch'u-yuan.
Shitennoji (J) .
Shitenoji (J) → Một ngôi chùa của Nhật do cất năm 587.
Shiva, Śiva (S) , , Hoang thần → The third divinity in the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. → Vị thần thứ ba trong của Ấn giáo: , và .
Shivaism → Shaivism → Shi va giáo → A branch of Hinduism which the followers worship Shiva as the supreme being.