Buddhist texts

Delve into the vast world of Buddhist texts and expand your knowledge of this ancient religion. Discover sacred scriptures, sutras, and teachings that offer profound insights and guidance on the path to enlightenment.
The Heart Sutras: The Prajnaparamita Sutras (Paramis, The Perfection of Wisdom Sutra): The Perfection of Wisdom Sutra is a collection of about 40 sutras. Of these, the best known in the West are the Heart Sutra (Mahaprajnaparamita-hridaya-sutra) and the Diamond (or Diamond Cutter) Sutra (Vajracchedika-sutra). These two brief texts are among the most important of the Mahayana sutras, pointing in particular to the doctrine of sunyata ("emptiness"). Diamond Sutra, Buddhist Texts, Buddhist Wisdom, Heart Sutra, Mahayana Buddhism, Wisdom Books, Sacred Text, Order Book, Book Stands

Heart Sūtra & Diamond Sutra

The Heart Sutras: The Prajnaparamita Sutras (Paramis, The Perfection of Wisdom Sutra): The Perfection of Wisdom Sutra is a collection of about 40 sutras. Of these, the best known in the West are the Heart Sutra (Mahaprajnaparamita-hridaya-sutra) and the Diamond (or Diamond Cutter) Sutra (Vajracchedika-sutra). These two brief texts are among the most important of the Mahayana sutras, pointing in particular to the doctrine of sunyata ("emptiness").

Avatar
pannapadipa ☸ david street
The Shurangama Mantra is a long and old mantra of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Buddhism. Although relatively unknown in modern Tibet, there are several texts of the Shurangama Mantra in the Vajrayana Buddhist canon. It is related to the Tangmi and Shingon schools. The word “Suramgama” is translated as “Great Samantha Firmly”. It means Buddha nature, the inherent true nature of all sentient beings that all Buddhist schools refer to. #Buddhism #BuddhistMantra Most Powerful Mantra, Buddha Nature, Buddhist Texts, Buddhist Mantra, Vajrayana Buddhism, Protection Symbols, Buddhist Traditions, Evil Spirits, True Nature

The Shurangama Mantra: The Most Powerful Mantra in Buddhism

The Shurangama Mantra is a long and old mantra of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Buddhism. Although relatively unknown in modern Tibet, there are several texts of the Shurangama Mantra in the Vajrayana Buddhist canon. It is related to the Tangmi and Shingon schools. The word “Suramgama” is translated as “Great Samantha Firmly”. It means Buddha nature, the inherent true nature of all sentient beings that all Buddhist schools refer to. #Buddhism #BuddhistMantra

AvatarN
Nguyễn An