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Guide to Buddhahood: Being A Standard Manual of Chinese Buddhism

Timothy Richard (Author)

In this "Guide to Buddhahood" which the Chinese call Hsuan Fo Pu the reader will actually get Buddhism arranged in a definite and regular order, beginning with the lowest scale of existence and ascending regularly through the different stages of progress till finally Paradise and Buddhahood are attained.

The book contains fifteen chapters which deals with the Steps in departure from evil, Steps in imperfect religious life, Steps in the four states of existence, Steps in the realm of human sphere of existence, Steps in the visible and invisible realms of Brahma, Steps in doing good and suppressing evil, Steps in the growth of Discipline, Steps in the growth of Contemplation, Steps in the growth of Wisdom, Steps in the original {Hinayana} school, Steps in the Union School, Steps in the New {Mahayana } School, Steps in the Complete School, Steps in the Pure Land school, and The Highest attainment of the complete school Buddhahood.

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About the author

Timothy Richard

Dr. Timothy Richard, the translator of the work, was born in a small Welsh village in 1845. An excellent linguist, he won the prize for Hebrew early in his student days, and during 1868, while still at college, determined to visit China. Most of his life was spent working in that country, and he was deeply loved by all, from the meanest peasant to the Dowager-Empress herself. He died in 1919. His work has received the praise of eminent critics and scholars.

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Title Guide to Buddhahood: Being A Standard Manual of Chinese Buddhism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2008
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170308720
length 132p., 9.0 inch X 6.0inch