The Huayan Sutra reveals: Why can everyone become a Buddha?
The Huayan Sutra says that everyone can become a Buddha.
... Zhuge Changqing
Everyone can become a Buddha.
This is what Buddha Sakyamuni said.
It seems mysterious that everyone can become a Buddha.
The Buddha Sakyamuni specially pointed out in the Huayan Sutra that everyone can become a Buddha and just follow the teachings.
In order to point out the confusion, the Buddha pointed out the secret of becoming a Buddha in the Huayan Sutra.
Buddha said that all sentient beings can become Buddhas because of delusion and persistence. If you get rid of foolishness, delusion and persistence, and your heart is pure, that is the realm of Buddha.
These words of Buddha Sakyamuni are from the Huayan Sutra:
The Huayan Sutra says, "Buddha, the wisdom of the Tathagata is everywhere. Why? None of the sentient beings does not possess the wisdom of the Tathagata, but they cannot prove it by reversing their attachment with delusion. If they leave delusion, all wisdom, natural wisdom and unimpeded wisdom will come into being."
"Wonderful, marvelous, how can all living beings have the wisdom of the Tathagata, which is confused by foolishness and ignorance? I should teach them the holy way, so that they can never be obsessed with delusion, and they can see from their bodies that the vast wisdom of the Tathagata is no different from that of the Buddha."
Zhuge Changqing believes that the words of Buddha Sakyamuni tell us that people in the world of mortals are covered with their original Buddha nature by being killed, stolen, indulged in alcohol, greed, anger, ignorance, suspicion, hatred, anger and annoyance, just like a clean mirror stained with dust and dirt. As long as the dust and dirt can be removed, the original Buddha nature can be restored naturally. This is the secret that Huayan Sutra tells us to become a Buddha.
Buddha has taught many classics, the core of which is to make people abide by the five precepts and ten virtues, eliminate sins, stop evil and do good, get rid of foolishness, confusion, delusion and perseverance, and keep their hearts clean.
Zhuge Changqing studied the Buddhist scriptures and believed that by doing more good deeds such as repentance, releasing life, feeding, chanting, and eating vegetarian, he would gradually eliminate his sin, get rid of his delusion, restore his purity, and enter the realm of Buddha and Bodhisattva.
The Huayan Sutra is called the Huayan Sutra of Dafang Guangfo.
The Sanskrit version of the Eighty Huayan is "Shi Cha Nan Tuo" brought into China from Khotan at the request of Empress Wu Zetian. It was first translated in the Pankong Temple in March of the first year of Empress Wu Zetian's certification of sainthood (695) in the Tang Dynasty. Empress Wu came to the translation site and wrote the first title. This is the second translation until October of the second year of the Holy Calendar (699). The 80 Huayan of the new translation is more fluent than the 60 Huayan of the old translation, with more complete semantics and fluent diction, so it is more popular. The Lord Sutra of Huayan Sect is the 80 Huayan Sutra.
The Dafang Guangfo Huayan Sutra is a name that combines "law with cause and effect", and "rational man and law". The essence of the Sutra is all in it.
Great, that is, it contains the meaning of making all the emptiness and the dharma realm;
Square is the meaning of rules and regulations;
Broadness is the meaning of all:
Buddha is enlightened wisdom;
Hua, that is, the fruit of achieving all virtues;
Strict, embellish the deep meaning of Buddha fruit with strictness
Sutras are Buddhist classics.
The Huayan Sutra, the second seven days after the Buddha became a Buddha, was proclaimed by Manjusri, Samantabhadra and other superior Bodhisattvas under the Bodhi tree to prove the Dharma from within. It is also called Chudun Huayan because it belongs to the Dun sect. The content describes the Buddha's cause and virtue, showing endless and unimpeded essence.
The three saints of Huayan Bodhisattva, namely, the three saints of the Huazang world referred to in the Huayan Sutra. （1） Pilu Jana Buddha, Pilu Jana means everywhere. It means that the Buddha's worries are pure, all virtues are prepared, and the body and soil are in harmony. It can be used everywhere to stop the appearance. It has boundless real merit and virtue, and it is the equality and reality of all laws; This self nature is also called Dharma Body. （2） The Bodhisattva of Samantabhadra, who lives on the top of the Fudao Road and has a wide range of body and nature, is called the universal Bodhisattva; After the Road is broken, it is adjacent to the Supreme Sage, so it is called Sage. （3） Manjusri Shili Bodhisattva, Manjusri Shili means wonderful virtue. It is inconceivable to see Buddha's nature clearly, and to possess Dharma Body, Prajna and liberation, so it is called Miao De.
Pilu Jana Buddha is rational and in the middle;
Manjusri Bodhisattva is the master of Wisdom, standing on the left of Piluzana Buddha;
The Samantabhadra Bodhisattva is in charge of the gate, which is located on the right of Pilu Jaina Buddha.
(This article refers to Huayan Sutra.)
华严菩萨华严三圣，即华严经所指华藏世界之三位圣者。 (一)毗卢遮那佛，毗卢遮那意为遍一切处。谓佛之烦恼体净，众德悉备，身土相称，遍一切处，能为色相所作依止，具无边际真实功德，是一切法平等实性；即此自性，又称法身。 (二)普贤菩萨，以其居伏道之顶，体性周遍，故称普；断道之后，邻于极圣，故称贤。 (三)文殊师利菩萨，文殊师利意为妙德。以其明见佛性，具足法身、般若、解脱三德，不可思议，故称妙德。
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