Wai-kung (C) → Outer exercise.
Wai-tan (C) → School of Outer Elexir
Wan shou Chung kuan (C) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Wang (T) → empowerment → Abhisheka (S) → See Abhiṣeka.
Wang Ch'un-yang (C) → The founder of Ch'uan-Chen tao (111(2) 1170) → Người phái .
Wang Hsiao-yang (C) → A disciple of Taosim in 12th century, of Ch'uan-chen tao → Một đạo gia vào thế kỷ 12, phái .
Wangchup Dorje (T) → 1556-1603 C.E → The ninth Karmpapa.
Wang-pi (C) → (22(6) 249) One of the most important commentator on the Tao-te-ching and I-ching → (226-249) Một trong những nhà bình giải quan trọng về và .
Wanshi Shōgaku (J) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Wasan (J) → .
Water of eight excellent qualities → The seven oceans surrounding Mt. Sumeru are also filled with such water. According to the Abhidharmakosha, the eight qualities are as follows: (1) sweet; (2) cool; (3) soft; (4) light; (5) pure; (6) without smell; (7) when one drinks it, it does not harm the throat; and (8) after one has drunk it, it does not harm the stomach.
Water of eight merits .
Water-element → One of the five elements.
Watō (J) → A word, phrase, or other response in answer to a koan.
Way Đạo → Tao (C) → The Buddhist Way. The path leading to Supreme Enlightenment, to Buddhahood.
Way of the Nembutsu-Faith → The way of salvation through the Nembutsu-Faith.
Webs between the fingers and toes → One of the thirty-two physical characteristics of the Buddha.
Wei Dynasty (C) .
Wei P'o-yang (C) → In 140 C.E. he wrote Chou-i ts'an-t'ung-ch'i, the oldest alchemical text → Năm 140 ông viết quyển Chu Dịch , được xem là luyện đan cổ nhất.
Wei shan Ling yu (C) → Isan Reiyu (J) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Wei tsung Chih Chang (C) Qui Tông Tri Thường → Kisu Chijo (J) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Wei yang (C) → Name of a school or branch → Tên một .
Weighty karma .
Wei-lai hsing-hsiu-chieh ch'ien-fo-ming ching (C) → Name of a sutra → Tên một .
Weilang (C) → See Hui-neng.
Wei-mo-chieh so-shuo ching (C) → Name of a sutra → Tên một .
Wei-shan Lingyu (C) → See Kuei-shan Ling-yu.
Well-gone → Sugata → A Blessed One; an epithet for a Buddha.
Well-known Buddha → Name of a Buddha or Tathāgata → Tên một vị Phật hay .
Well-Known Light Buddha → Name of a Buddha or Tathāgata → Tên một vị Phật hay .
Wen Wang (C) → A Chinese king.
Wen-ch'ang (C) → Wenchang (C) → Taoist god of literature → Thần của Đạo gia.
Wenchang (C) → See Wen-ch'ang.
Wen-shu shih-li so-shuo pan-jo t'o-lo-mi ching (C) → Name of a sutra → Tên một .
Wen-yen (C) → Commentary on the Words of the Text → A commentary, part of Shih-I → Một trong 10 trong .
Wheel of dharma → Dharma-cakra (S) → The Buddha's teachings corres-pond to three levels: the hinayana, the mahayana and the vajrayana with each set being one turning of the wheel.
Wheel of the wonderful Dharma → The Buddha Dharma keeps moving endlessly like a wheel; also, like the Cakravartin's wheel treasure which crushes enemies, it destroys wrong views.
Wheel-turning monarch → The ideal king conceived in India, who rules the world with a special kind of wheel that flies in the air and destroys the enemy.
White curl of hair between the eyebrows → One of the thirty-two physical characteristics of a Buddha. See White twist of hair between the eye-brows.
White hindrance → A slight hindrance to successful visualization of the setting sun.
White Lotus Society → The group of more than a hundred twenty men formed by Hui-yuan to practice meditation on Amida.
White path → A symbolic illustration of Faith which is awakened in the midst of evil passions.
White twist of hair between the eye-brows → → One of the thirty-two physical characteristics of the Buddha.
Wind-element → One of the five elements.
Wisdom of multiplicity or variety → Tib. ji nye pa → This is the transcendent knowledge. jnana: of the variety of phenomena.
wisdom of nature of phenomena → Tib. ji ta ba → This is transcendent knowledge Skt. jnana: of the true nature of reality, not as it appears to individuals in samsara.
Wisdom-life → The life of a Buddha or Bodhisattva, which is sustained by wisdom, just as the life of an ordinary being is sustained by food.
Wish-fulfilling jewel → yid shin norbu (T) → A jewel said to exist in the naga or deva realms which gave the owner whatever he or she wanted. Now used mostly metaphorically.
Wonderful Sound Buddha → Name of a Buddha or Tathāgata → Tên một vị Phật hay .
Words on the Dharma at Yokawa → A short but pithy exposition of the way of birth in the Pure Land by Genshin.
World Bodhisattva → Xem Bodhisattva.
World Honored One → Bhagavat (P).
World of Brahma → The Brahma Heaven in the world of form.
World of form → One of the three worlds of Samsara.
World of Lotus-store → Originally Vairocana's land; used for Amida's Pure Land. Originally the land of the Buddha Vairocana, but Vasubandhu and Shinran identified it with Amida's Pure Land.
World of non-form → The state of existence above the world of form.
World-Honoured One → Bhavagat (P) → An epithet of the Buddha.
Worldly dharmas, eight → jig ten ch gya (T) → These keep one from the path and they are attachment to gain, attachment to pleasure, attachment to praise, attachment to fame, aversion to loss, aversion to pain, aversion to blame, and aversion to a bad reputation.
Worldly path → Ordinary courses of action in the secular world which are the cause of transmigration of Samsara.
World-Sovereign-King → Lokeśvararāja (S) → Amida's teacher when he was a bodhisattva.
Wou-tou-mi-tao (C) → Five Pecks of Rice School → A Taoist school founded by Chang Tao-ling in 12(6) 144 C.E. in Szechwan and remained active until the 15th century. Also known as School of Celestial Masters (T'ien-shih p'ai) → Một trường phái của Đạo gia do vào năm 126-144 C.E. ở và vẫn còn thế kỷ thứ 15. Còn được gọi là phái.
Wrong view .
Wu Ch-eng-en (C) → The author of Hsi-yu chi → Người viết bộ .
Wu chou Shih fan (C) .
Wu Jiu (C) → See Wu-chiu.
Wu Tai shan (C) → Wu Tai mountain → A mountain in China.
Wu-chang (C) → Five constants → Wu-ch'ang (C) → Five virtues of Confu-cianism about human behaviour: Jen, I, Li, Chih, Hsin → Năm của mà một người cần có: nhân, nghĩa, lễ, trí, tín.
Wu-chen p'ien (C) → Essay on the Awakening to the Truth written by Chang Po-tuan → "Bàn về thấy được chân lý" do Trướng bá Đoàn viết.
Wu-chen Temple → The temple on Mt. Chung-nan where Shan-tao lived for several years.
Wu-ch'ien-wu-pai fo-ming shen-chou chu-chang mieh-tsui ching (C) → Name of a sutra. Name of a sutra → Tên một . Tên một .
Wu-chiu (C) → Wu Jiu (C), Ukyu (J) → (In the 13th-14th century) A student and dharma successor of Ma-tsu Tao-i → (Thế kỷ 13-14) và của .
Wu-cho (C) → Wuzhuo (C), Mujaku (J) → (82(1) 900) A student and dharma successor of Yang-shan Hui-chi → (821-900) và của .
Wu-chun (C) → Name of a monk → Tên một vị sư.
Wu-hsing (C) → Five elements.
Wu-liang-i ching (C) → Name of a sutra → Tên một .
Wu-men Hui-k'ai (C) → See Mumon Ekai.
Wu-men-kuan (S) → Mumon-kan (J), Mumon (J) → Name of a collection of Zen koans → Tên một sư tập Thiền.
Wu-shan (C) → Gosan (J).
Wu-t'ai shan (C) → Wutaishan (C) → One of the four famous mountains in China for pilgrimages, in Shansi province. The first monastery was built here in the 4th-5th century → Một trong bốn hòn núi ở để , thuộc tỉnh Sơn Tây. đầu tiên được tr6en núi này có từ thế kỷ thứ 4 hay 5.
Wutaishan (C) → See Wu-t'ai shan.
Wu-tou-mi-tao (C) .
Wu-tse-t'ien (C) .
Wu-tsu Fa-yen (C) → Goso Hoen (J), Wuzu Fayan (C) → (About 1024 - 1104) A student and dharma successor of Pai-yun Shou-tuan → (Sanh khoảng 1024, mất 1104) và của .
Wu-tzu pao-ch'ieh ching (C) → Name of a sutra. Name of a sutra → Tên một . Tên một .
Wuzhun Shifan (C) → See Bushun shiban.
Wuzhuo (C) → See Wu-cho.
Wuzu Fayan (C) → See Wu-tsu Fa-yen.
Xi Kang (C) → See Hsi K'ang.
Xianglin Chengyuan (C) → See Hsiang-lin Ch'eng-yuan.
Xiantian (C) → See Hsien-t'ien.
Xinghua Congjiang (C) → See Hsing-hua Ts'ung-chiang.
Xingyang Qingrang (C) → See Hsing-yang Ch'ing-jang.
Xiyuan Siming (C) → See Hsi-Yuan Ssu-ming.
Xuanzang (C) → See Hsuan-chuang.
Xuanzong (C) → See Hsuan-tsung.
Xuedou Chongxian (C) Trừng Hiển → See Hsueh-tou Chung-hsien.
Xuefeng Yicun (C) → See Hsueh-feng I-ts'un.