The Structure of the Ten Chapters [3b10] 2. Contemplating the emptiness of all [15a9] 3. The Distinct Teaching [7b8] 4. Bodhicitta in Sanskrit and Chinese [4a20] 2. Post by yelps http: Contemplating the Middle [12b29] 4.
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Gradual and Progressive Cessation-and-Contemplation [1c6] 2. Variable [or Undetermined] Cessation-and-Contemplation [1c11] 3. Perfect and Sudden Cessation-and-Contemplation [1c22] 4.
The Mo-ho chih-kuan Great Cessation-and-Contemplation 7. The Structure of the Ten Chapters [3b10] 2. The Sequence and Its Rationale [3b17] 3. Questions and Answers [3c13] 4. Bodhicitta in Sanskrit and Chinese [4a20] 2. Ten Mentalities to be Rejected or Eliminated [4a26] 2. General Discussion on Bodhicitta [4b19] 3. Questions and Answers [4c13] Outline ix 3. The Four Noble Truths as arising-and-perishing [5b15] 2. The Four Noble Truths as neither-arising-nor-perishing [5b19] 3.
The Four Noble Truths as immeasurable [5b25] 4. The Four Noble Truths as spontaneous [5c15] 2. The Four Noble Truths and twelvefold causes and conditions [5c21] 3.
Arousing bodhicitta through verbal inference from various truths [6a13] 2. Arousing bodhicitta through viewing the Buddha and his physical marks [6b15] 1. Contemplating the physical marks of the historical Buddha [6b15] 2.
Contemplating the physical marks of the historical Buddha as empty [6b20] 3. Contemplating the marks of the body of recompense [6b26] 4. Contemplating the marks of the Dharma body [6c1] 3.
Arousing bodhicitta through viewing various supernormal powers [6c6] 1. The supernormal powers of the inferior body of transformation 2.
The supernormal powers of the superior body of transformation 3. The supernormal powers of the body of recompense 4. The supernormal powers of the Dharma body 4. Arousing bodhicitta through hearing various dharmas [6c17] 1. Arising-and-perishing [6c20].
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