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Chapter 4 Commentary on the Amitabha Sutras Said by the Buddha (2)

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51) Chizhu: Also known as Chizhenzhu, this pearl is very expensive in the sea.This red bead is not coral, don't make a mistake. 52) Agate: The name of a mineral, one of chalcedony, that is, chalcedony with different colors and distributed in bands.It can be used as bearings of precision instruments, wear-resistant vessels (such as agate mortar) and decorative materials. 53) Wheel: It is not the wheel of this world, but the wheel treasure of the holy king of the wheel, so it is as large as "or one yojana, or even hundreds of thousands of yojanas" ("Infinite Life Sutra").Yojan is the number of miles, which is the distance traveled by the emperor in one day. The upper Yojana is sixty miles, the middle Yojana is fifty miles, and the lower Yojana is forty miles.The wheel is used as a metaphor for lotus, and it is also a metaphor for the merits of lotus: the wheel has the power of carrying, the lotus has the power of leading all living beings to rebirth in the pure land; Germany also.

54) Delicate Fragrance and Cleanness: These four characters represent the beauty of lotus flowers in the Land of Ultimate Bliss. "Wei", the deep and mysterious body of Wanfa is called "Wei".Also, the "subtle" means that the quality is not the form, but the very fine quality, which is not hindered by form. Those who are "wonderful" are unbelievably called "wonderful".Also, the "wonderful" is neither light nor heavy, without hindrance or hindrance.Because the essence of ten thousand dharmas is deep and mysterious, which cannot be expressed by language and thinking, it is called "subtle". "Fragrant" refers to the fragrance of lotus flowers in the Land of Ultimate Bliss, and also refers to the fragrance of pure merits and virtues emanating from the immeasurable merits of the Buddha and the immeasurable merits and virtues cultivated by saints in the lotus pond in the Land of Ultimate Bliss; "clean" refers to everything in the Land of Ultimate Bliss All things, since there is no physical hindrance, should be clean and dust-free, and it also refers to the pure heart of all living beings in the Land of Ultimate Bliss, and the land is clean.

55) Achievement: the meaning of success.This refers to the practice of good roots as far as the completion of merit and virtue is concerned. 56) Merit and Virtue: Gong, the function of welfare. Only with this function can one get welfare. It is called the virtue of good deeds, so it is called merit and virtue.Virtue is obtained immediately, and one gains something by practicing meritorious deeds, which is called virtue.Giving things for meritorious service, returning to oneself is called virtue.Evil is full of merit, and goodness is full of virtue. 57) Majesty: Decorate the country with goodness and beauty or decorate the body with merit and virtue.In addition, accumulating one’s body with evil deeds is also adorned, as in the "Guan Wuliangshou Sutra": "Adorn yourself with all evil deeds." There are four kinds of adornment: precepts, concentration, wisdom, and Dharani (hold good without losing, There are four kinds of dharanis: dharma, righteousness, mantra, and tolerance).

58) Tianyue: There are two explanations: music, the sound of "Yue", when interpreting music, it refers to the music of heaven and man, that is, the superb and beautiful music played by heaven and man.Music, pronounced "rib", when used as an explanation of happiness, refers to those who practice the ten good karma and receive all kinds of wonderful happiness when they are born in heaven.What is mentioned in the scriptures is the solution of the former. 59) Six hours of day and night: refers to the six hours of a day and night.The six o'clock are: morning morning (first day), daytime (middle day), day end (later day), first night (minute), middle night (minute), and last night (minute), these six hours are also.Calculated according to modern time: "Churifen" is from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., "Zhongrifen" is from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. From 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., "midnight" is from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 midnight, and "late night" is from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.Note that the Land of Utmost Bliss has no distinction between day and night because of its radiant light. In order to follow the custom of this side, the division of six o'clock is pretended.According to the meaning of the "Infinite Life Sutra", one should know the difference between the six seasons by the fact that flowers bloom and close, and when flowers are scattered and harvested.

60) Mandala flower in rainy days: "Rain" is a verb here, and it is used to talk about falling and falling. "Heavenly Mandala Flower", the mandala flower in the sky.Mandala, the name of the flower, is translated as round flower, white group flower, pleasant flower, pleasant flower, etc. "Huiyuan Yinyi" says: "Mandala flower, this cloud is a pleasant flower, also known as a variegated flower, also known as a soft flower, and also called a beautiful flower of the sky." Datura is an annual grass with straight stems, four or five feet high, Leaves are ovate, often notched.Big purple flowers bloom in summer, with a funnel-shaped corolla of sympetals, with five lobes on the edge, which are actually dehiscent fruits with spiny faces, poisonous in nature.Inhalation of its leaves mixed with tobacco can stop coughing, and overdose can cause death.

61) Cashmere: velvet, sound "leather", the skirt under the long clothes.Liu Zongyuan's "Preface to Sending Wen Chang to the Master": "Then despise the gift of clothes and wool", and the entrusted money will ignore it. "Clothing velvet" is used to support the flowers in the lapel of the clothes, and it is extended to be a tool for carrying flowers for Buddha. 62) Miaohua: It is the lotus flower in the Land of Ultimate Bliss and the fairy flower floating in the sky.Flowers are said to be wonderful, and they have all the meanings: inconceivable, unstoppable (far away from the two sides facing each other), incomparable, supreme, subtle and profound, etc.Also, the wonderful thing is that in one thing, it has the meaning of the three views of falsehood, emptiness, and middleness.In addition, it possesses all kinds of wonders of the lotus flower of bliss, such as: flowers and fruits at the same time (meaning cause and effect at the same time), subtle fragrance and cleanliness (as mentioned in the above note), so it is called Miaohua.

63) Supplies: Wealth is provided for, and capital is used for support.That is to donate money for support and donate living utensils for support.Lamps, incense, flowers, fruits, clothing, food, assets, etc. offered to support the Three Jewels are called offerings.This kind of offering is called wealth offering or benefit offering.There are three kinds of offerings: one is financial offerings, as mentioned above; the other is respectful offerings, respect and praise are also a kind of offerings.The first is Dharma offering, preaching or practicing according to teachings, benefiting all beings, calling Dharma offering, among all offerings, Dharma offering is the most supreme, and it is used to support all Buddhas who were born.

64) Jingxing: going around in a certain place.The monks practiced this method for health and healing, and the Zen masters practiced meditation to prevent sleepiness. "Xuan Zan" says: "The land in the Western Regions is wet, and bricks are stacked to form a way. They travel in and out, digest food and chant scriptures, just like the coming and going of scriptures and cloth, so the scriptures are said and done." It is said that there are five benefits in walking: one is strong (sound twisted) healthy (lightness), two is powerful, three is not sick, four is eating, and five is strong. The three thousand prestige scriptures say that there are five places to walk: one is leisure , in front of the second household, in front of the third lecture hall, under the fourth pagoda, and the fifth hall." "Ten Chanting Laws" says: "Those who practice the Dharma, the bhikkhu should walk straight without delay or illness. If you can't be straight, you should draw the ground as a picture, Going straight with each other is known as the practice of scriptures.”

65) Relic: The name of the bird, translated as autumn heron, robin, moth, etc.Robin, Yin Qu Yu, also called Mynah, is the name of a bird. Its plumage is black and shiny, and it can imitate human speech. 66) Jialing Pinga: also known as Kaluo Pinga, Jia Luo Pinga, Jia Ling Jia Luo, Jia Pi Jia and so on.The name of the bird, translated as Haosheng, Heya. "Zhengfa Chanting Sutra" said: "In the valleys and wildernesses, there are many Kaling Pinga, who make wonderful sounds, like heaven and man, Kinnara, etc., who are incapable." The sound is called a good-sounding bird." "Huiyuan Yinyi" says: "Jaling Pinjia, this Yunmeiyin bird, or Yunmiaosheng bird. This bird comes from the snow-capped mountains, and it can sing in its shell. Its sound is harmonious and elegant. Those who never tire of."

67) The bird of common destiny: Sanskrit qiva qivaka, "Fahua", "Nirvana" and so on are called the bird of fate; "Victory King Prajna Sutra" is called the bird of life; The bird of common destiny.This is something like a partridge, named for the sound it sings.Qipo means "fate" or "life", so it is said that the birds share fate. "Benxing Jijing" refers to it as a bird with two heads.Also, the Sanskrit verse says: "Jiva, Qiva, with two heads and one body, the same retribution, and the heart recognizes." 68) Heyayin: Harmonious, soft and gentle; elegant, elegant and refined.The sounds made by the birds in the Land of Ultimate Bliss are beautiful, and they are absolutely not ordinary sounds. They make the hearts of those who hear them soft and subdued, and they are easy to enter the right path. There are twenty-five of the seven grades, and these twenty-five grades govern Mahayana and all Dharma gates, so they are beyond the reach of the so-called elegance in the world.

69) Five roots: Five roots: There are two kinds, one is the five roots of eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body, etc.; 1. Mindfulness, remembering the righteous Dharma, 4. Concentration, stopping the mind in one state without distraction, and 5. Wisdom, thinking about righteousness.The five roots of Taoism refer to the five roots of faith.The five roots here refer to the five roots of faith. 70) Five Powers: From the growth of the five roots of faith, the power to cure the five obstacles is produced: the power of faith breaks evil beliefs; the power of diligence breaks slack; the power of mind breaks evil thoughts; 71) Seven Bodhi points: also known as the seven branches of enlightenment, the seven points of enlightenment: 1. Dharma selection, using wisdom to determine the authenticity of the dharma; Dharma produces joy; 4. Peace of mind, cutting off gross afflictions of the body and mind; The way of giving up in vain, calm and honest, let alone recall. 72) The Noble Eightfold Path: also known as the Eightfold Path: 1. Right view, the right way to understand the origin and extinction of suffering; , do not make unreasonable words; 4. Righteous karma, to purify the body, speech and mind, and enter the right way; 7. Righteous thoughts, remembering the right way with true wisdom, so that there are no evil thoughts; 8. Right concentration, entering into pure meditation with true wisdom. 73) Recite the Buddha, recite the Dharma and recite the Sangha: Remember the Three Jewels.Reminiscence refers to mind recollection, which includes the "four kinds of Buddha-recitation" in terms of contemplation and image-recitation of Buddha; the recitation of recitation is also the "four kinds of recitation of Buddha-recitation" in holding the name and recitation of Buddha.Buddhism, Dharma, and Sangha are the Three Jewels. In short, Buddha treasures take enlightenment as righteousness, and always use the three bodies of Buddha: dharma, retribution, and response (transformation) bodies as Buddha treasures; The teachings taught by the Buddha are the treasures of the Dharma; the treasures of the monks regard harmony as righteousness, and they are divided into three types: ordinary people, those with education, and those without education, all of which are treasures of the monks. 74) Retribution for crimes: one is punished for doing evil, and one is punished for one’s crimes. This is called retribution for crimes. 75) The three evil ways: the three evil realms.Evil lands are the places where all living beings go because of evil deeds.There are three evil realms, that is, the three evil ways: hell, hungry ghosts, and animals; there are four evil ways, that is, the asura way. 76) Fayin Xuanliu: Fayin, the sound of propagating Buddhism, refers to the voice of Buddha, Bodhisattva, Pacceka Buddha, Arhat, mage, virtuous and knowledgeable layman, etc., to promote Buddhism.Modern can include lectures, recordings, videos, books, newspapers and other forms.Propaganda, publicity; streamer, circulation also. 77) Obstacle: Obstacle, a different name for affliction, because affliction can hinder the holy way, so it is called obstacle.Those who hinder have the meaning of hindering and obstructing.Please refer to the following notes on "Vision Turbidity", "Affliction Turbidity", and "Basic Obstacles". 78) Asengyi: The new name is Asengqiye, translated as countless or no central number, the name of Indian number.Asange is the culmination of numbers, billions are billions, trillions are trillions, and one asankye is ten thousand million ten thousand million trillion. 79) Kalpa: Sanskrit is called Kalpa, translated as "different seasons", which refers to the extremely long-term seasons that cannot be calculated by years, months, days, and hours.Or take the time required for the world to become, live, break, and empty for a week to be a kalpa, or take the big, medium, and hour to be a kalpa.For minor kalpas, the life expectancy starts from 84,000 years, and one year is reduced every hundred years until the life span is reduced to ten years. Starting at the age of 100 years, one year is added every hundred years, until the life span is 84,000 years old, which is a kalpa of one increase.Both increasing and decreasing kalpas are called small kalpas.Ten times of increase and decrease add up to twenty small kalpas to form one middle kalpa.The four middle kalpas are one major kalpa.Usually called robbery refers to the great robbery, which is 1.34384 billion years. 80) Shravaka: Sanskrit Sara Poka, who hears the teachings of the Buddha, understands the principles of the Four Noble Truths, breaks the confusion of seeing and thinking, and enters Nirvana.There are three meanings of sound and hearing: first, to explain the cause and condition of the Tao, to understand and understand the sound teachings spoken by the Tathagata, so it is called the sound and hearing; Sound, watch this sound and understand the meaning of selflessness, human beings, sentient beings, and life. The eyes are hearing, so it is called sound hearing; 3. Interpret the teachings of the Buddha who transformed the earth. , all living beings hear and understand the famous news, so it is called the sound hearer. 81) Ah Wei Postscript: Also known as Ah Wei Yue Zhi.Awei Yuezhi, translated as non-regression, non-regression in the way of becoming a Buddha, is the name of the Bodhisattva's rank. After a great monk's practice, he can reach this position, so that people will not be moved by all demons. , let alone retreat.Non-regression: In Sanskrit, Ah Tuo Bazhi means not to retreat from the path of becoming a Buddha.The merits and good roots cultivated by Bodhisattvas will increase and improve, and they will not retreat and change. This is the name of the rank of Bodhisattva. After practicing for a long time, one will not be moved by all demons, let alone retreat. change.There are three aspects of non-regression: non-regression, entering the ten abiding positions, non-regression into evil ways and cycle of life and death, arousing bodhicitta, and breaking away from thinking and confusion.Do not retreat, enter the first place, achieve true consciousness-only view, do not retreat in altruistic behavior, break through dust and sand confusion.Thoughts do not retreat, above the eighth stage, you can use wisdom without merit, enter the ocean of truth and reality with thoughts, and break through ignorance and confusion. 82) Lifetime Buju: Buchu, after the former Buddha has passed away, he becomes a Buddha and mends his place, which is called Buchu.The Bodhisattva who succeeded the previous Buddha and became a Buddha is called Buchu Bodhisattva.To become a Buddha after another life is called the supplementary place of one life, which is the position of the Bodhisattva of Eternal Enlightenment.For example, Maitreya is the Bodhisattva of Sakyamuni Tathagata. 83) Good people: those who do good are good people.Goodness, the nature of judging good and evil, various scriptures have different opinions. The "Bodhisattva Yingluo Sutra" regards the principle as good: "All sentient beings start with a thought and live in the condition, follow the first truth and act as good, and go against the first truth as evil." "Mahayana righteousness chapter" says: " What is logical is called good, and what goes against it is called evil." "On Five" says: "It can be good in this world and other lives, so it is called good. Although the fruit of human and heaven can be good in this world, it is not in other worlds, so it is not called good." It is good. It can be harmed in this world and other worlds, so it is called bad. Although the bitter fruit of the evil realm can be harmed in this world, it is not in other worlds, so it is not bad." "Pure Shadow" discusses five vehicles and judges three of them. Good and Evil: 1. Going along with the benefits is good, and violating the damage is evil;In addition, the "Mahayana righteousness chapter" establishes six kinds of goodness: the goodness of humans and nature, the goodness of the two vehicles, the goodness of the Hinayana Bodhisattvas, the goodness of the general teachings of the three vehicles, the goodness of the other teaching Bodhisattvas and the goodness of the Perfect Teaching Bodhisattvas.In short, there are many kinds of goodness, but the one that is not good is the ultimate goodness.Arhats and Bodhisattvas are only good people.Those who are good people will make up for the extreme position of Bodhisattvas, so it is said that they are good people.Except for Avalokitesvara, Shizhi, Manjusri, Samantabhadra, Ksitigarbha, and Maitreya who are the most benevolent people in the Land of Ultimate Bliss, the rest of the immeasurable Bodhisattvas who "repair the place of life" are all "benevolent people". 84) Roots of goodness: The good deeds of body, speech, and mind are very solid, like roots in the ground, so they are called roots of goodness.In addition, goodness can produce wonderful fruit, and it can produce other goodness, just like roots, which are called roots of goodness.In addition, no greed, no anger, and no ignorance are called the three roots of goodness, because all good dharmas are born from these three roots of goodness. 85) Ford: The benefits of doing good deeds are called Ford, also known as all good deeds. "Infinite Life Sutra" says: "Fortune is natural".Those who are blessed will benefit; those who are virtuous will gain, and they will gain by practicing various good deeds.What Confucianism calls "five blessings" refers to longevity, wealth, well-being, virtue, and final examination.This is what is often called "five blessings come to the door".Confucianists call it the "Five Virtues", saying: "Zi Gong said, the master is gentle, kind, respectful, frugal, and accommodating."A person who possesses the five blessings and five virtues can be regarded as an extremely round and extremely good person. 86) Cause and condition: The birth of a thing is caused by being close to the strong, and being conditioned by being sparse and weak.For example, seeds are the cause, rain, dew, sunlight, and man-made are the conditions, and rice is produced through the combination of causes and conditions. "Shurangama Sutra" says: "Buddhism is based on karma, and it takes Buddhist teachings from shallow to deep, and all dharmas are said, without the word "karma." Strongness is the cause, and weakness is the condition. Zhao said, the front and back are born together, and the cause is also; the present and the other help each other, and the condition is also. All dharmas must be caused by each other, and then they will be established. " 87) Good men and good women: The Buddha called the men and women who are lay and monks as good men and good women.Those who are good, the beauty is that they can believe in the Buddha and hear the Dharma. 88) Persistence: Persistence, persistence, no matter when and where, persistence and persistence; holders, persistence, firmly grasping and not letting go.Therefore, we know that those who persevere are not the functions of one time and one place, but are diligent.Also, those who persist have both the wisdom of hearing and thinking.With the wisdom of hearing the Dharma and thinking about the Dharma, establish the virtue of bliss and wish to be reborn.Those who hold it are cultivating wisdom, based on the double wisdom of hearing and thinking, and practicing the practice of true cultivation.Therefore, I know the word "perseverance", and it is complete in hearing, contemplation and practice, as well as complete in belief, vow and deed.Also, according to "Dharani", "holding" means "brightness".The Buddha's name and mantras have immeasurable pure light, and holding on to the Buddha's name and mantra is to hold on to the Buddha's light and all the merits of the Buddha. 89) Famous name: The name is the name that shows the body, and the name is the name that stands out from the outside and orders the world.The name and the number are the same. "Mahayana Yizhang" says: "Exhibiting the body is the name, and establishing virtue is the name. The name is external, commanding the world, and calling it a name." The meaning of noting is to call the name, and the name is to define the body, which is to be self-sufficient.” 90) One mind is not chaotic: focus on one state, so that all thoughts can be returned to one thought. "One mind" refers to the entity of all things - the real suchness, such as "Zhiguan" says: "One mind has ten dharma realms." Some refer to the only confidence that is not taken away by other minds, such as "Zhiguan" said: " Be single-minded and single-minded, not to mention karma." One-heartedness is the true cause of repaying the land with purity. "One mind" has two kinds of things and rationale: those who work with one mind, are uninterrupted in their thoughts and thoughts, and are diligent, without any confusion in the internal and external environment; Ignorance.If you get the source of ignorance, wisdom manifests the ultimate, and you become a Buddha with your whole heart, and the entire Buddha manifests your mind, it is the ultimate single mind (Buddha). Those who are "not chaotic" will not have distracting thoughts. 91) Upside-down: The upside-down is the wrong view of the truth, which is caused by ignorance.False distinction is based on reversed thinking.There are three kinds of inversions: thinking about inversions, making unreasonable (untrue) thoughts in the environment of the six dusts; seeing inversions: those who make false calculations based on the law of things (inferences that are not in line with the truth); Recognize and separate things.These three inversions are the root of all inversions. 92) Rebirth: Leaving the Saha world and going to the Pure Land of Amitabha Tathagata, which is called "going"; reborn in that land by holding a lotus flower, which is called "birth".The land of other Buddhas can also be called the rebirth, and it is often used to refer to the rebirth in the Land of Ultimate Bliss.There are three kinds of rebirth: 1. Rebirth in the Great Sutra ("The Sutra of Infinite Life"): According to the eighteenth wish of the "Sutra of Infinite Life", rebirth can be achieved, also known as unimaginable rebirth ("Rebirth after Ten Thoughts"); "Viewing the Infinite Life Sutra") Rebirth: According to the nineteenth wish of the "Infinite Life Sutra", to be reborn is to practice self-reliance, concentration and dispersion of all practices, that is, according to the interpretation of the meaning of the "Viewing Infinite Life Sutra", also known as Three, the small sutra ("Amitabha Sutra") rebirth: According to the 20th great vow of "Infinite Life Sutra" to be reborn, it is to give up all the rest of the line, to encourage self-reliance to recite the Buddha, and to be reborn at the age of 500 On the edge of the lotus pond, it is also known as the unthinkable rebirth. 93) Self-seeing is beneficial: "I-seeing" is what the Buddha sees (seeing without seeing), no seeing, no seeing, five-eye round seeing, so it is called "I-seeing" (not the "four See" means "I see"). Those who are "benefit" will get rid of the five turbidities, perfect and purify the four lands, and will become a Buddha in one lifetime without abdication. Therefore, we know that "benefit" is an inconceivable merit.Also, the "benefits" refer to the three extremely precious "truths" in the "Infinite Life Sutra": "real time" (body), "living in real wisdom" (phase), "beneficiary of the real benefits" "(use).Reality is Zen's trueness and true nature, and the purpose of practice is to "clarify the mind and see nature"; true wisdom is the true wisdom, which is the core of Buddhism-Prajna, two questions in the "Diamond Sutra": "Should live" and "how to subdue one's heart" require the use of prajna wisdom to live in the heart and subdue the heart; the real benefit is that the three roots are universally covered, and the sharpness and bluntness are all collected, so that all sentient beings will be reborn and all become Buddhas. 94) Admiration: It is also praised by oral industry. "Wenju" said: "Speak and praise the good name." "Acting Notes" says: "It is praise to beautify its merits and virtues, and it is also admiration to praise it if the praise is insufficient." 95) Inconceivable: Inconceivable, either because of the profoundness of reasoning, or because of the strangeness of things, which cannot be thought about or discussed in words, that is, the mind is completely out of thought, and the way of speech is cut off. "Fahua Xuanyi Preface": "The wonderful name is incredible".Because of reason and emptiness, it is profound and wonderful, and it cannot be measured by confusion;Therefore, those who know the inconceivable are those who cannot be seen by the emotional consciousness. 96) Ah (door + public) Bodhisattva: also known as Ah (door + public) woman, translated as non-moving, immobile and without anger.In the past, the Great Eye Tathagata who appeared in the country of Abiroti in the Thousand Buddha Temple in the east made a vow. After practicing, he became a Buddha in the east. His country is called Shankuai, or Miaoxi.Also, according to Esoteric Buddhism, it is said that A (door + all) is the Tathagata who lives in the east among the five wise Tathagatas of the Vajra Realm.This Buddhist covenant is named, so it is said that it does not move, but it refers to the nature of dharma. 97) Sumeru Buddha: Sumeru, also known as Sumi Tower, and the new Sumeru, the name of the mountain, is also the center of a small world, translated into Miaogao, Miaoguang, Anming, Shanji, Shangao, etc.It is formed by the four jewels, so the cloud is wonderful; it is higher than everything, so the cloud is high; it is bright by the four jewels, so the cloud is bright (bright).The four treasures are gold, silver, lapis lazuli, and glass (see the previous note). The four treasures are used as a metaphor for the four virtues of "I am always happy and pure".The body of this Buddha is majestic with hundreds of blessings, and the appearance is subtle, so the clouds are wonderful; Looking up at the nine worlds, the merits and virtues are majestic, so the clouds are high; the four virtues are full, and the light of wisdom shines everywhere, so the clouds are shining. Mi Xiang Buddha. 98) Great Sumeru Buddha: This Buddha has proven the truth early, the Dharma is free, and the nine realms are unique.Now that he has become a Buddha, the dharma body is large and has no outside, the sambhogakaya is wonderful and unsurpassed, and the corresponding body is universal without leaving anything behind, so it is called "big".This Buddha established the name from the proof of the law, so it is called the Great Sumeru Buddha. 99) Sumeru Light Buddha: This Buddha has practiced throughout the kalpas, extensively practiced offerings, all dharmas are prepared, all virtues are complete, everything is the truth, all cultivation is manifest, and the Buddha-nature and self-nature is pure and bright, illuminating boundless lands.It is wonderful because of "extensive cultivation", high because of "virtue", and bright because of "illumination". 100) Miaoyin Buddha: This Buddha has been practicing for many kalpas, preaching the Dharma, and feeling that the sound of his Dharma is not only subtle and pleasant to hear, but also the meaning contained in the Dharma sound can be understood by everyone who hears it.Because of the wonderful sound of his teachings, he established his name from the practice of benefiting students, so he was named Miaoyin Buddha.
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