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[永平] 道元希玄 [Eihei] Dōgen Kigen (1200–1253)

永平清規 Eihei shingi


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Végh József:
PDF: Dógen zen mester élete és művei

PDF: Dógen Zen mester magyarul elérhető írásai
Összegyűjtötte: Végh József

Hrabovszky Dóra:
Dōgen Kigen és a Fukan Zazengi

Fukan-zazen-gi
Általános javallatok a zen meditációhoz
Címet fordította: Terebess Gábor;
szövegford. Mák Andrea és Fábián Gábor

PDF: Fukan-zazen-gi Hakuun Yasutani mester magyarázataival
Fordította: Hetényi Ernő

Dógen versei

Dógen holdbanéző önarcképe

A zazen dicsérete
Fordította: Végh József

Az ülő meditáció szabályai (Sóbógenzó zazengi)
Fordította: Végh József

A zazen ösvénye
Fordította: Szigeti György

A szívében a megvilágosodás szellemével élő lény (bódhiszattva) négy irányadó tevékenysége
(Sóbógenzó bodaiszatta sisóbó)
Fordította: Végh József

Életünk kérdése (Gendzsókóan 現成公案)
Fordította: Hadházi Zsolt (2006)

PDF: Az Út Gyakorlásában Követendő pontok
Fordította: Barna Mokurin Gyula

真字正法眼蔵 [Mana/Shinji] Shōbōgenzō

仮字正法眼蔵 [Kana/Kaji] Shōbōgenzō

普勧坐禅儀 Fukan zazengi

学道用心集 Gakudō-yōjinshū Advice on Studying the Way

永平清規 Eihei shingi Eihei Rules of Purity

永平廣錄 Eihei kōroku Dōgen's Extensive Record

宝慶記 Hōkyō-ki Memoirs of the Hōkyō Period

傘松道詠 Sanshō dōei Verses on the Way from Sanshō Peak

DOC: The Zen Poetry of Dogen - Verses from the Mountain of Eternal Peace
by Steven Heine

孤雲懷奘 Kōun Ejō (1198-1280)
正法眼蔵随聞記
Shōbōgenzō zuimonki

修證 Shushō-gi, compiled in 1890
by Takiya Takushū (滝谷卓洲) of Eihei-ji and Azegami Baisen (畔上楳仙) of Sōji-ji
as an abstract of Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō

Kōshō-ji
Dōgen founded this temple in 1233

Self-portrait

Dōgen's Zen Ancestors Chart

PDF: The Life of Dōgen Zenji
Eiheiji published an illustrated version (with 71 full-page woodcuts) of Menzan‘s annotated chronicle,
the Teiho Kenzeiki zue 「訂補建撕記図会」 (preface dated 1806, but actually published 1817).

 

Eihei Shingi
Eihei Rules of Purity
Six texts on monastic practices by Dōgen

Contents
Instructions for the Cook (典座教訓 Tenzo kyōkun)

Procedures for Pursuing the Way (辨道法 Bendō hō)
Procedures for Taking Food (赴粥飯法 Fu shukuhan pō)
Regulations for the Common Quarters (衆寮箴規 Shuryō shingi)
Regulations for Treating One's Seniors (對大已法 Tai taiko hō)
Rules of Purity for Stewards (知事清規 Chiji shingi)

 

Eihei Shingi (Dōgen's Monastic Rules)
PDF: Zen is Eternal Life, 1976 by Houn Jiyu-Kennett
(Formerly published as Selling Water by the River, 1972) by Jiyu Kennett

CONTENTS

典座教訓 Tenzo Kyōkun (1237) Instructions to the Chief Cook, in: Zen is Eternal Life, by Houn Jiyu-Kennett, pp. 145-161.

辨道法 Bendōhō (1244-1246, "at Daibutsuji") How to Train in Buddhism, in: Zen is Eternal Life, by Houn Jiyu-Kennett, pp. 131-145.

赴粥飯法 Fushuku-hampō (Fushukuhampō) Meal-Time Regulations, in: Zen is Eternal Life, by Houn Jiyu-Kennett, pp. 113-131.

衆寮清規 Shuryō-shingi (1249) How Junior Priests Must Behave in the Presence of Senior Priests, in: Zen is Eternal Life, by Houn Jiyu-Kennett, pp. 108-113.

対大己五夏闍梨法 Tai-daikogogejari-hō (Taitaiko Gogejarihō) (1244) Traninee's Hall Rules, in: Zen is Eternal Life, by Houn Jiyu-Kennett, pp. 104-108.

知事清規 Chiji Shingi (Eihei-ji Chiji Shingi) (1246) CONTENTS: 監院 Kan-in (Director); 維那 Ino (Supervisor of Monks); 典座 Tenzo (Chief Cook); 直歳 Shissui (Work Leader)

 

PDF: Dōgen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community
A Translation of Eihei Shingi

Translated by Taigen Dan Leighton & Shohaku Okumura
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996, 1996. 272 p.

Eihei Shingi contains Dogen's principal guidelines and instructions for everyday life and rituals in the monastic training center he established. Included are a collection of dramatic teaching stories, or koans, on the attitude and responsibilities for practitioners in the community, the only collection of traditional koans with this practical focus.

In addition to the translation, the book includes detailed annotation, a substantial introduction, glossaries of Japanese technical terms and persons mentioned, and lineage charts, all providing relevant background in historical and religious context.
"This book represents the best translation so far of a famous collection of essays that provide a great deal of concrete information on the practice of Zen monasticism." -- Carl Bielefeldt, Stanford University

 

Eihei Shingi, Chapter 3
DOC: Fushukuhanpo: How to Use Your Bowls
translated by Yasuda Joshu Dainen roshi and Anzan Hoshin roshi

 

典座教訓 Tenzo kyōkun
Instructions for the Tenzo Tr. by Anzan Hoshin & Yasuda Joshu Dainen

 

典座教訓 Tenzo kyōkun
Instructions for the Cook Translated by Griffith Foulk
Published in Jisho Warner et al., Nothing is Hidden: Essays on Zen Master Dōgen's Instructions for the Cook, pp. 21-40 (N.Y. and Tokyo: Weatherhill, 2001)

 

How to Cook Your Life
From the Zen Kitchen to Enlightenment

Zen Master Dōgen and Kosho Uchiyama (内山興正 Uchiyama Kōshō, 1912-1998). Translated by Thomas Wright
Shambhala Publications, 2005, 136 p.

 

Regulations for Monastic Life by Eihei Dogen -Eihei-genzenji-shingi-
Translated by 横井雄峯 Yokoi Yūhō (1918-)
Tōkyō Sankibō Busshorin, 1962, 128 p.

 

Zen Master Dōgen's Monastic Regulations
Translated by by Ichimura Shohei
North American Institute of Zen and Buddhist Studies, 1993

 

Eihei-ji Monastery System in Dogen's time and Kenmitsu Buddhism
Reconcidering the Position of Dogen's Monastery in Kamakura New Budhist Movement
by 石井清純 Seijun Ishii

 

永平道元禪師清規 : 大清規 / Eihei Dōgen Zenji Shingi : dai shingi
道元 著, 岸澤惟安 老師校譯 / Dōgen cho, Kishizawa Ian rōshi kōyaku.
[Published by 野圦孝純 Noiri Kōjun rōshi (1914-2007) at his temple:] 官養庵 Kan'yōan [静岡県 Shizuoka-ken, 島田市 Shimada-shi, 御請 Ouke]
Shōwa 42 [1967], 271 pages 

Table of Contents:

•  目次 / (0008.jp2)

•  序 / (0006.jp2)

•  凡例 / p5 (0009.jp2)

•  永平道元禪師清規 / p1 (0016.jp2)

•  乾之卷 / p1 (0016.jp2)

•  序 / (0011.jp2)

•  校訂冠註永平淸規凡例 / (0014.jp2)

•  典座敎訓 宇治縣興聖寺 / p1 (0017.jp2)

•  辨道法 越州大拂寺 附僧堂四板被位圖並凡例 / p38 (0035.jp2)

•  赴粥飯法 永平寺 附僧堂十二板首鉢位圖並凡例 / p68 (0050.jp2)

•  坤之卷 / p109 (0070.jp2)

•  衆寮淸規 永平寺 附衆寮十二板圖並凡例 / p110 (0071.jp2)

•  對大己法 永平寺 / p130 (0081.jp2)

•  知事淸規 永平寺 / p144 (0088.jp2)

•  跋 / p251 (0141.jp2)

•  註  ― 訓點並字文訂正の典據 ― / p255 (0143.jp2)

 

 

Taitaiko Gogejarihô – Das Verhalten gegenüber den erfahrenen Lehrern, die fünf Sommerübungsperioden vollzogen haben
Shuryô Shingi – Regeln für die Halle des Studiums (für den Kichijôsan Eiheiji-Tempel)

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