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"The Blue Cliff Record " is a translation of the "Pi Yen Lu ," a collection of one hundred famous Zen koans accompanied by commentaries and verses from the teachings of Chinese Zen masters. Compiled in the twelfth century, it is considered one of the great treasures of Zen literature and an essential study manual for students of Zen.
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INTRODUCTION Vll The Blue Cliff Record
Chang Sha Wandering in the Mountains
Pan Shans There Is Nothing in the World
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adept Ancient arrow Blue Cliff Record Bodhidharma bodhisattva Body of Reality Buddha Buddha-nature Buddhist called Ch'ang Sha Ch'in Shan Ch'uan Teng Lu Chao Chou Ching Ch'ing Chou's COMMENTARY Dharma Dharmakaya dragon dust Emperor Emperor Wu enlightenment expound eyes fall Feng Hsueh heaven and earth Hsueh Feng Hsueh Tou says Huang iron koan Kuei Shan Kuei Tsung Layman let go Liang look Mahasattva Fu Master Chih meaning mind Ming Chao monk asked mountains myriad things Nan Ch'uan nirvana old fellow Pai Chang patchrobed monks Path Patriarch penetrate phrase POINTER pure wind question realm Rinzai rivers San Sheng scripture Shakyamuni Shan's Shih Shuang someone sound of raindrops speak staff sword T'ou Tzu talk Tao Wu teaching tell there's thief thirty blows tiger tiger's tail Tou's Ts'ao Shan Tung Shan turn understand versifies words World Honored Yen T'ou Yuan Yun Men's Yun Yen