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Views Read View source View history. This page was last edited on 17 February , at I am however very curious about the vegetarian chapter, because that is an important issue to me.
The darani chapter is supposedly full of slogans that might be out of step with the rest of the sutra, though I do like slogan teachings, like the 7 and 8 fold mind training slogans, which is more part of the tantric tradition, the Vajrayana, than the Mahayana. Googling the Lankavatara Sutra you don't get much beyond the Wikipedia entry and that's not so exciting.
I reread Sangharakshita's chapter from his book The Eternal Legacy to supplement. He cites Suzuki's book on the sutra, which is expensive, and I doubt I will splurge for at this time, thought I might invest in another translation of this sutra because I want to read the messy grab bag version. Jan 26, Kelly Head rated it it was ok. Extremely repetitive and borderline incomprehensible. The following paragraph is repeated in slightly different forms about a hundred times. Apart from discriminations there are no other beings. But when it is not recognised that all things rise from the discrimination of the Mind itself, discrimination asserts itself.
One of the base texts for Mahayana Buddhism. Sets a broad table for Buddhist theories of mind and consciousness.
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