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Buddhadharma : Fall 2006
fall 2006| 2 |buddhadharma volume five number one Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner's QuarTerly features 24 The Phenomenal Universe of The Flower ornament Sutra Though not widely known, the Huayan, or Flower Ornament Sutra, has had a lasting impact on the way Zen and Chan Buddhism are practiced. Taigen Dan Leighton explores the sutra’s teachings on interconnectedness and the inspiration that it holds for practitioners today. 30 CaUghT in indra’s neT If you want to understand the full truth of “form is emptiness; emptiness is form,” says Robert Aitken Roshi, you must go beyond the Heart Sutra to philosophical texts like the Huayan Sutra, which unpack and elaborate this profound paradox. 36 CrUCial insTrUCTions The late Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, one of the great Buddhist teachers of the twentieth century, offers four sets of pithy teachings on bringing the absolute nature into our path. 42 degrees of seeing If you think you’re seeing things as they really are, think again, says Ajahn Brahm. Unless you’ve had the deep experience of letting go known as the jhana states, there is only a myriad of illusions. 48 forUm: PraCTiCing The greaT PerfeCTion Marcia Binder Schmidt, Ron Garry, and Mingyur Rinpoche on the view, teachings, and challenges of Dzogchen. Also, Dzogchen teachings by Chögyam Trungpa and Tulku Urgyen. 58 in TranslaTion: noThing To be disCarded or KePT Heart advice by Dzogchen masters, from the new collection of teachings Quintessential Dzogchen. 62 PoinTing beyond Words Newly translated works by the renowned Korean poet Ko Un offer glimpses into the human condition and the paradoxes of the Buddhist path. 30 48 87