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Vimilakirty Sutra

19/03/201420:40(Xem: 1245)
Vimilakirty Sutra
VIMALAKIRTI NIRDESA SUTRA

Translated by Robert A. F. Thurman
copyright 1976, The Pennsylvania State University

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Contents

Purification of the Buddha-field
Inconceivable Skill in Liberative Technique
The Disciples' Reluctance to Visit Vimalakirti
The Reluctance of the Bodhisattvas
Consolation of the Invalid
The Inconceivable Liberation
The Goddess
The Family of the Tathagatas
The Dharma Door of Nonduality
The Feast Brought by the Emanated Incarnation
Lesson of the Destructible and the Indestructible
Vision of the Universe Abhirati and the Tathagata Aksobhya
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