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  Buddhist Masters and Their Organisations: Ven. Master Hsuan Hua
It was established as a state and federally approved non-profit religious and educational corporation for the purpose of bringing the orthodox teachings of the Buddha to the entire world.
The Master's Dharma-Transmission name was Hsuan Hua (Proclaim and Transform), but he often referred to himself as "a living dead person", or "the Monk in the Grave." Throughout his life, he never wanted fame or profit, and he had no desire to contend with others even more so.
Instead, he said that he would rather be "a little bug," or "a small ant" beneath the feet of all living beings, and used his body as a stepping-stone for living beings that sought to transcend from commoners straight to the ground of the Buddha.
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  Hsuan Hua
The Dharma name of the Elder Venerable Master Hsuan Hua was An Tzu (Peace and Compassion), also known as Tu Lun (Liberate from the Wheel of Rebirth).
The Master's Dharma-Transmission name was Hsuan Hua (Proclaim and Transform), but he often referred to himself as "a living dead person", or "the Monk in the Grave." Throughout his life, he never wanted fame or profit, and he had no desire to contend with others even more so.
Instead, he said that he would rather be "a little bug," or "a small ant" beneath the feet of all living beings, and used his body as a stepping-stone for living beings that sought to transcend from commoners straight to the ground of the Buddha.
www.buddhistinformation.com /zen/hsuan_hua.htm   (2554 words)

  
  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Hsuan Hua
Hsuan Hua is also known as the first Chinese Buddhist Zen master to bring orthodox Buddhism to the west and ordained the first native-born Buddhist monks in the United States, including Venerable Heng Sure, the director of the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery, whom some consider the heir apparent to Hsuan Hua.
Master Hsuan Hua was the ninth patriarch of the Wei-Yang Ch'an School of Buddhism and was granted the Dharma Seal of the Wei-Yang lineage from the Venerable Master Hsu Yun.
Master Hsuan Hua, a native of Shuangcheng County of Jilin Province, was born Bai Yushu on April 16, 1918.
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 Buddhism / list of buddhists / hsuan hua   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Master Hsuan Hua was the Ninth Patriarch of the Wei-Yang Ch'an (Chinese Zen) School of Buddhism and was granted the Dharma Seal of the Wei-Yang lineage from the Venerable Master Hsu Yun.
Hsuan Hua gave equal importance to the five schools—Ch'an, Doctrine, Vinaya, Esoteric, and Pure Land—thus putting an end to sectarianism.
Because of the increasing numbers of people who wished to leave the home-life to become monks and nuns under Master Hsuan Hua's guidance, in 1972 the Master decided to hold at Gold Mountain Dhyana Monastery the first formal, full ordination ceremonies for Buddhist monks and nuns to be held in the West.
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Master Hsuan Hua was the Ninth Patriarch of the Wei-Yang Chinese Chan School of Buddhism and was granted the Dharma Seal of the Wei-Yang lineage from Master Hsu Yun.
Master Hsuan Hua, a native of Shuangcheng County of Jilin Province, was born Bai Yushu on April 16th, 1918.
Master Hsuan Hua sent his disciples to Beijing to bring the Dragon Treasury (Long Zang) edition of the Buddhist canon back to the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas, thus symbolizing the taking of a further step in the relationship between Eastern and Western Buddhism and the transmission of the Buddha’s teachings to the West.
buddhism.2be.net /Hsuan_Hua   (3612 words)

  
 Shurangama Sutra: Text, Commentaries, and Articles
Shurangama Sutra in Chinese with the Commentary of the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua
"The Shurangama Mantra--The Efficacious Language of Heaven and Earth" by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua
"The Shurangama Sutra Is Definitely Authentic" by the Venerable Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua
online.sfsu.edu /~rone/Buddhism/Shurangama/Shurangama.htm   (269 words)

  
 -- GBM -- SUTRAS
This is the fourth of eight volumes of Shurangama Sutra, with commentaries from venerable Master Hsuan Hua.
This is the sixth of eight volumes of Shurangama Sutra, with commentaries from venerable Master Hsuan Hua.
This is the seventh of eight volumes of Shurangama Sutra, with commentaries from venerable Master Hsuan Hua.
www.gbm-online.com /Sutras.asp   (561 words)

  
 content.org.uk :: Distance Learning :: Distance Learning,
Hsuan Hua is also known as the first Chinese Buddhist Zen master to bring orthodox Buddhism to the west and ordained the first native-born Buddhist monks in the United States.
Master Hsuan Hua was the ninth patriarch of the Wei-Yang Ch'an School of Buddhism and was granted dharma transmission of the Wei-Yang lineage from the Venerable Master Hsu Yun.
While many remember Hsuan Hua as the monk who introduced Eastern Buddhism to America, he is remembered by many of his disciples for his ability to speak the Dharma.
www.content.org.uk /en/1995/80.html?title=Hsuan_Hua   (3782 words)

  
 Informat.io on Hsuan Hua   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Venerable Master Hsuan Hua (Traditional Chinese: 宣化上人; Hanyu Pinyin: Xuān Huà Shàng Rén; Vietnamese: Hòa Thượng Tuyên Hóa) (April 16, 1918 – June 7, 1995) was an important figure in Western Mahayana Buddhism.
While many remember Master Hsuan Hua as the monk who introduced Eastern Buddhism to America, he is remembered by many of his disciples for his ability to speak the Dharma.
Some people have likened Master Hua's propogation of Dharma in the United States to the patriarch Bodhidharma's journey eastward to bring the treaure of Dharma to China, and to Xuanzang's journey westward to bring the sutras back to China.
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 Hsuan Hua - China-related Topics HQ-HT - China-Related Topics
Master Hsuan Hua was the Ninth Patriarch of the Wei-Yang Ch'an (Chinese Zen) School of Buddhism and was granted the Dharma Seal of the Wei-Yang lineage from the Venerable Master Hsu Yun.
On April 28th, Master Hsuan Hua accepted the invitation of President Bush and went with eighteen members of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association to attend the President's dinner in Washington, D.C. In 1994, the Master advised that if the President would refuse to take a salary, he would certainly win the election.
Master Hua's bones did in fact become covered in a patina and this was regarded as evidence that he was indeed fully enlightened.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Hsuan_Hua   (3458 words)

  
 Hsuan Hua at AllExperts
Master Hsuan Hua is sometimes regarded as a Tripitaka master.
On January 20th, 1989, Master Hsuan Hua was a special guest of former President George H.W. Bush at his Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. He was the only oriental representative at a national interfaith service.
While many remember Master Hsuan Hua as the monk who introduced Eastern Buddhism to America, he is remembered by many of his disciples for his ability to speak the Dharma.
en.allexperts.com /e/h/hs/hsuan_hua.htm   (3623 words)

  
 CCSL New Chinese Books
I lin miao yu / chu pien Wen Yuan ; pien hsuan che Wang Feng...
Xin hua shu dian Shanghai fa xing suo fa xing, 1986.
sheng hsin hua shu tien fa hsing, 1984.
lib.berkeley.edu /~bma/EAL/page_china_new.htm   (7139 words)

  
 Buddhism Society - Hsuan Hua   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Venerable Master Hsuan Hua (1918-1995) was one of the most renowned masters to bring the Teachings of the Buddha to the West.
Although Master Hsuan Hua's teachings focus primarily on the Chan (meditation) school of Buddhism, he recognized the importance of reciting the Name of Amitabha, and Buddha-name recitation is an important part of the Dharma that is practiced in the monasteries and centers he founded.
Master Hsuan Hua taught that all forms of Buddhism are really one, and he often lectured on Pure Land practice and study.
www.brown.edu /Students/Buddhism_Society/profiledir/hsuanhua.html   (150 words)

  
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Master Hsuan Hua was the founder of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (DRBA)...
In 1948, Hsuan Hua left Guangzhou, and bid farewell to Master Hsu Yun.
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 Headline News
There were seven glazed Buddha statues and a large painting of Dharma Master Hsuan Tsang and his journey to the west near the front entrance.
Sister Sing Sien was the tour guide for the India exhibition; she introduced the religions of Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism that coexisted in this ancient land to emphasize the importance of mutual respect.
There were many reasons for Hsuan Tsang's conviction: first was the dharma, second was selflessness, third was calmness, and fourth was being a vegetarian.
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In his commentary, Master Hua's method is to read a few lines from the Sutra text and then expound upon their meaning or expand the doctorines in question, often by reference to contemporary American problems.
In 1950 the Master resigned his post at Nan Hua Monastery as the Director of the Nan Hua Institute for the Study of the Vinaya, and journeyed to Hong Kong where he lived in a mountainside cave in the Mew Territories.
Tripitaka Master Hua was born in northern China, and after his mother's death he practiced filial piety by sitting beside her grave for a period of three years.
departments.colgate.edu /greatreligions/pages/buddhanet/zen325/6thpatr.txt   (22269 words)

  
 Dharma Realm Buddhist University
The Venerable Master Hsüan Hua (1918-1995) was born into a peasant family in a small village on the Manchurian plain.
In 1948, Master Hua traveled south to meet the Venerable Hsü Yün, who was then already 108 years old and China's most distinguished spiritual teacher.
From him Master Hua received the patriarchal transmission in the Wei Yang lineage of the Chan school.
www.drbu.org /research/publications/iwrjournal/about/portraitofVM.asp   (725 words)

  
 Gang Hua's Publichation
Gang Hua and Ying Wu, "Sequential Mean Field Variational Analysis of Structured Deformable Shapes", Computer Vision and Image Understanding (CVIU), Vol.101, Issue 2, pp.
Gang Hua and Ying Wu, "Variational Maximum a Posteriori by Annealed Mean Field Analysis", IEEE Trans.
Gang Hua, Nanning Zheng, "A new statistic prediction model and application in arithmetic coding", in Proc.
www.ece.northwestern.edu /~ganghua/ghweb/publication.htm   (567 words)

  
 City of Ten Thousand Buddhas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This was also where Master Hsuan Hua laid in state during the 49-day mourning period.
Master Hsuan Hua set up six principles that he expected for all monastics and lay practitioners to follow.
Master Hsuan Hua believed that it was totally superstitious to insist on personally offering incense to the Buddhas, and that if many people offered incense, the Buddhas would not be able to handle the large amount of smoke.
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Venerable Master Hsuan Hua (Traditional Chinese: 宣化上人; Hanyu Pinyin: "Xuān Huà Shàng Rén", literal meaning:"proclaim and transform") (16 April, 1918 - 7 June, 1995), also known as An Tzu and Tu Lun, was a Buddhist monk and an important figure in Western Mahayana Buddhism.
Master Hsuan Hua was the founder of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (DRBA), a Buddhist organization with chapters in the United States, …
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 Avatamsaka Monastery
Thefounder,the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua worked tirelessly to overcome adversity.
The founder, the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua worked tirelessly to overcome adversity.
The small house immediately to the west of the monastery houses the Sunday school With the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua as the inspiration and spiritual leader, the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association exists to promote Buddhist ideals.
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 Portland Buddhist Hub: Meditation, Pure Land, Ch'an, Zen, Tibetan, Theravadin, Mahayana, Buddhism, Dharma, Portland ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Six Principles of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association (as spoken in Chinese by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua).
Venerable Master Hsuan Hua on the The True Meaning of Taking Refuge: "The greatest thing in life is to take refuge with the Triple Jewel.
The Venerable Master Hsuan Hua's three great aims are well known: Sutra translation, education, and Dharma propagation.
www.portlandbuddhisthub.org /resources.shtml   (2535 words)

  
 Hsuan Hua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Over thirty students from the University of Washington in Seattle came to study the Buddha’s teachings.
The cremation began at 1:00 in the afternoon.
He endured what others could not take, which is probably why his strict observence of the precepts is well known by the Buddhist community.
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Venerable Master Hsuan Hua (Hanyu Pinyin: Xuan Huà Shàng Rén; Vietnamese: Hòa Thuong Tuyên Hóa) (April 16, 1918 –; June 7, 1995) was an important figure in Western Mahayana Buddhism.
For example, on the occasion of the opening ceremony for the Dharma Realm Buddhist University, he presented Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda of the Southern Tradition with an honorary Ph.D. Master Hsuan Hua would also invite Bhikshus from both traditions to jointly conduct the High Ordination.
A day after the cremation, June 29th, Master Hsuan Hua's ashes were scattered in the air above the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas by two disciples in a hot air balloon, fulfilling Master's wish, "I came from empty space, and to empty space I will return.
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