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The third aspect of the Huayan fourfold dharmadhatu is the mutual, non-obstructing interpenetration of the universal and particular.
Huayan further explicates the importance of the relationship of wholeness to everyday activities, matching the central emphasis of Zen training on expressing clear awareness amid ordinary conduct.
The Huayan Fourfold Dharmadhatu is the direct inspiration and starting point for the important Zen teaching of the Five Ranks by Dongshan (806-869), the founder of the Caodong Chan lineage, later brought to Japan as Soto Zen by Dogen (1200-1253).
www.mtsource.org /articles/Huayan_phenomenal.htm   (3102 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Huayan
Huayan (華嚴, Pinyin: huáyán, Sanskrit: Avatamsaka) or Flower Garland is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that flourished in China during the Tang period.
The most important philosophical contributions of the Huayan school were in the area of its metaphysics, as it taught the doctrine of the mutual containment and interpenetration of all phenomena: that one thing contains all things in existence, and that all things contain one.
Located to the west of Datong City, Huayan Temple was one of the important temples for the Huayan Sect (one of the seven important Buddhist sects of China) during China's Liao Dynasty (916 - 1125) the sect found receptive popularity among the imperial courts.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Huayan   (1795 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kegon
Kegon ([kegõɴ], or in some dialects, [keŋõɴ]) is the name of the Japanese transmission of the Huayan school of Chinese Buddhism, via the Korean Hwaeom tradition.
Huayan (華嚴, Pinyin: huáyán, Sanskrit: Avatamsaka) or Flower Garland is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that flourished in China during the Tang period.
Huayan studies were founded in Japan when, in 736, the scholar-priest Roben (良辯; originally a Hossō specialist) invited the Korean Simsang (審祥) to give lectures on the Avatamsaka Sutra at Konshu-ji (金鐘寺).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Kegon   (779 words)

  
 Huayan Temple, Chongqing, Regent Tour China
Huayan Temple lies at the foot of Dalaoshan (Big and Old Mountain) in the west of Chongqing.
The temple area is composed of three parts: the Huayan Cave, the Reception Hall, and the imposing Sakyamuni Hall.
Birds are flying, fluttering and singing in the woods, and spring water flows joyfully in the little gully among the bushes.
www.regenttour.com /chinaplanner/ckg/cq-sights-huayan.htm   (401 words)

  
 The Phenomenal Universe of the Flower Ornament Sutra
The major Huayan commentators were active in China for a relatively brief period—from the sixth to ninth centuries—and their profound, dense, and challenging writings were never widely read.
But in Huayan Buddhism, and in all East Asian Mahayana thereafter, the bodhisattva’s integration of that awareness into ordinary, everyday activities and reality— into the particular, the second part of the fourfold dharmadhatu — is of crucial importance.
Huayan further explicates the importance of the relationship of wholeness to everyday activities, mirroring the central emphasis of Zen training on expressing clear awareness amid ordinary conduct.
www.thebuddhadharma.com /issues/2006/fall/phenomenal.html   (3323 words)

  
 The interaction of principle and phenomena
The teaching of the interaction of principle and phenomena comes to Cao-Dong from the Huayan School, one of the most remarkably innovative schools of Chinese Buddhism, which emerged in the 7th century, during the lifetime of Huineng.
That the chan and Huayan directions seemed more than compatible is demonstrated by the career of the Fifth Patriarch Kueifeng Zongmi (780-841), who was also recognized as a master in the chan school founded by Shenhui and known as Hoze School [Japanese: Kataku].
The early Huayan treatise ascribed without certainty to Tuxun and entitled Fajie kuan men (Reflections on the Dharma Realm) explains the relation between li (principle) and shi (phenomena), and the various modes of interpenetration of both.
home.att.net /~sotozen/html/interaction.html   (1116 words)

  
 Conference on the Study of Chinese Buddhism
Huayan Buddhism was a major school of East Asian Buddhism based on the teachings of the Avatamsaka or Flower Garland Sūtra.
In Japan, known examples are in the holdings of the Tōdai-ji (the center of Kegon Buddhism during the Nara period) and the Kōzan-ji (the locus of the renaissance of Kegon Buddhism under the leadership of Monk Myō-e in the Kamakura period).
The paper examines the religious and artistic contexts in which these Huayan paintings were created and used, proposing that their disparities may relate to differences in doctrinal emphases and local artistic conventions.
www.warren-wilson.edu /~hlye/CSCBabstracts5.htm   (630 words)

  
 Hainan Reddon Biotech CO., LTD.
Hainan Huayan Biotech Co.,Ltd.,Ltd.., which is a high-tech enterprise, was built in July,2005 in Hainan Island of China, specializing in studying, exploring, manufacturing and marketing of fish collagen and its related products.
Huayan uses fresh fish skins and scales to manufacture fish collagen through enzymatic engineering and spray drying, 500MT per year, including food grade and cosmetic grade.
Therefore Huayan's fish collagen is free of hazards of BSE, FMD and bird flu and has high biological safety.
www.huayan-biotech.cn /English/About/Index.asp   (195 words)

  
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Huayan Temple lies at the foot of Dalaoshan (Giant and Old Mountain) in the west of Chongqing.
From accessible records, the temple began to be the place of religious activities in 1599 in the Ming Dynasty, and in the Qing Dynasty the activities increased and many considerably prestigious monks gathered there to practice Buddhist Rituals from many parts of the country to have gradually formed a religious community.
The grandeur and fame of the temple are composed of three parts: the Huayan Cave, the Reception Hall and The Imposing Sakyamuni Hall.
www.chinats.com /chongqing/chongqing1565.htm   (340 words)

  
 Wuxi Huayan Bearing Sealing parts Co. Ltd.
The company is a specialized enterprise, which produces different types of sealing parts, dust shields and ball bearings of medium and small series with deep groove.
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 Fazang
The message of the Huayan Scripture, as it is exposited by the tradition which bears its name, is primarily one of interpenetration and intercausality.
Fazang believes that the Huayan tradition is doctrinally superior to the other schools, which are merely provisional, and are incomplete, precisely they make at least some concessions to the limitations of sentient beings.
They both agree that the Huayan Sutra was the first sutra preached by the Buddha while still in the glow of the enlightenment experience, and that the Lotus Sutra was one of the last.
www.udel.edu /Philosophy/afox/fazang.htm   (2274 words)

  
 Fa-tsang
Much of his work centers on the exegesis of the Huayan Jing, which is sometimes referred to in Sanskrit as the Avatamsaka Sutra (rendered in english as The Flower Garland Sutra, Flower Adornment Sutra, Flower Ornament Sutra, etc).
They both agree that the Huayan Jing was the first sutra preached by the Buddha while still in the glow of the Enlightenment experience, and that the Lotus Sutra was one of the last.
The single most helpful guide to Huayan thought, and to Buddhist thought in general, including translations of some of the central works and biographies of the central thinkers.
www.angelfire.com /realm/bodhisattva/fa-tsang.html   (2289 words)

  
 Huayan
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Huayan (; Japanese: Kegon; Sanskrit: Avatamsaka) or Flower Garland is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that flourished in China during the Tang period.
It is based on the Sanskrit Flower Garland Sutra and on a lengthy Chinese interpretation of it, the Huayan Lun.
www.buzznet.com /tags/huayan   (69 words)

  
 Huayan - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Huayan (華嚴, Pinyin: huáyán, Sanskrit: Avatamsaka) or Flower Garland is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that flourished in China during the Tang period.
Another important figure in the development and popularization of Huayan thought was the lay scholar Li Tongxuan (李通玄).
The following quote from Dale S. Wright (1982) summarizes the range of such devices a reader is likely to encounter in a first foray into Huayan literature:
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Huayan   (831 words)

  
 Buddhist philosophy
Since the Dilun, originally an independent text, had eventually been incorporated into the Huayan Sutra as one of its chapters, and that scripture became the basic text of the Huayan school, many of the issues that had emerged from the debates on the Dilun were absorbed and reconfigured by the Huayan thinkers.
What immediately differentiates Huayan from typically Indian approaches is that instead of concentrating on a diagnosis of the human problem, and exhorting and prescribing solutions for it, Huayan immediately begins from the point of view of enlightenment.
Hence according to Huayan, to enter the path towards final enlightenment is, in an important sense, to have already arrived at that destination.
www.purifymind.com /BuddPhilosophyChin.htm   (7292 words)

  
 Huayan - China Tour - Travel to China
Huayan (華嚴, Pinyin: huáyán, Sanskrit: Avatamsaka) or Flower Garland is a tradition of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy that flourished in China during the Tang DynastyTang period.
It is based on the Sanskrit Huayan_Jingscripture of the same name and on a lengthy Chinese interpretation of it, the Huayan Lun.
The most important philosophical contributions of the Huayan school were in the area of its metaphysics, as it taught the doctrine of the mutual containment and interpenetration of all phenomena: that one thing contains all things in existence, and that all things contain one.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Huayan   (735 words)

  
 Korean Buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Huayan), would end up becoming the most long-lived of the Chinese imported schools, having strong affinities with the indigenous Korean school of Buddhist thought, called Beopseong (discussed below).
Uisang, unlike Weonhyo, made the journey to Changan, where he had the opportunity to become a disciple of the second Huayan patriarch Zhiyan (600-668), studying as a senior to the eminent third Huayan patriarch Fazang (643-712).
The eminent stature of Uisang in Chinese Huayan circles has been alluded to above, but it is probably Weonhyo who had the greater overall effect, as his commentaries and essays held strong sway with one of China's giants in Buddhist philosophy, Fazang.
www.knowallabout.com /k/ko/korean_buddhism.html   (6493 words)

  
 Travel Datong : Day Tour: Yungang Grottoes, Nine Dragon Screen & Huayan Monastery
The Huayan Monastery complex is located on Daxi Street on the southwestern side of Datong City.
Built during the Liao Dynasty (907 - 1125), the Huayan Monastery is the largest and best-preserved monastery of the Liao Dynasty in existence.
This monastery was built according to the Huayan Sutra Sect of the Huayan School and is unique in that it faces east instead of south.
www.sinohotel.com /travel/viewDayTrip.html?pid=91   (376 words)

  
 Korean Buddhism
Huayan; 華嚴 宗), would end up becoming the most long-lived of the Chinese imported schools, having strong affinities with the indigenous Korean school of Buddhist thought, called Beopseong (discussed below).
Uisang, unlike Weonhyo, made the journey to Changan, where he had the opportunity to become a disciple of the second Huayan patriarch Zhiyan (智 儼; 600-668), studying as a senior to the eminent third Huayan patriarch Fazang (法藏; 643-712).
He commented prolifically on the works of the Chinese Huayan patriarchs, and lay the ground for the future rapprochement of Hwaeom and Seon by his accommodating attitude stance toward the latter.
asiarecipe.com /korbuddhism.html   (6661 words)

  
 Buddhist philosophy, Chinese : Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online
Drawing on a panjiao similar to that of Zhiyi, the Huayan school chose the Huayan Sutra (Sanskrit title Avataṃsaka Sutra, Chinese Huayan jing) for its foundational scripture.
What immediately differentiates Huayan from typically Indian approaches is that instead of concentrating on a diagnosis of the human problem, and exhorting and prescribing solutions for it, Huayan immediately begins from the point of view of enlightenment.
Hence according to Huayan, to enter the path towards final enlightenment is, in an important sense, to have already arrived at that destination.
www.rep.routledge.com /article/G002SECT8   (592 words)

  
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Since the Dilun, originally an independent text, had eventually been incorporated into the Huayan Sutra as one of its chapters, and that scripture became the basic text of the Huayan school, many of the issues that had emerged from the debates on the Dilun were absorbed and reconfigured by the Huayan thinkers.
Huayan contended that Buddha-nature and tathāgatagarbha were pristinely pure and good, filled with infinite good merits and qualities.
Heterodox forms of Tiantai tinged with Huayan’s ‘purity obsession’ appeared, and these were challenged sharply by the orthodox Tiantai thinkers from their headquarters on Tiantai mountain (from which the school took its name).
www.quangduc.com /English/philosophy/02chinesephilosophy.html   (7785 words)

  
 Korean Buddhism: A Short Overview
The eminent stature of Uisang in Chinese Huayan circles has been alluded to above, but it is probably Wonhyo who had the greater overall effect, as his commentaries and essays held strong sway with one of China's giants in Buddhist philosophy, Fazang.
He commented prolifically on the works of the Chinese Huayan patriarchs, and lay the ground for the future rapprochement of Hwaeom and Seon by his accommodating attitude stance toward the latter.
The Mind-only, and "permeation" aspects of Consciousness-only doctrine offered many affinities with Weonyung/Hwaeom (Huayan) thought, and thus it was quite common for Korean scholars who specialized in one of these disciplines to be quite involved in research on both schools of thought.[back]
www.hm.tyg.jp /~acmuller/kor-bud/korbud-overview.html   (8424 words)

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