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


Title page of an 1811 edition of Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō

仮字正法眼蔵
(Rōmaji:) [Kana/Kaji] Shōbōgenzō
(English:) Treasury of the True Dharma Eye
(Magyar:) Az igaz törvény szemefénye* / A törvény igazlátó szeme**

*©Terebess Gábor **©Végh József


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Contents

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).

 

PDF: Outside of a Small Circle: Sōtō Zen Commentaries on Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō and the Formation of the 95-Fascicle Honzan (Main Temple)
by Steven Heine with Katrina Ankrum
Japanese Studies Review, Vol. XXI (2017), pp. 85-128

 

仮字正法眼蔵 [Kana/Kaji] Shōbōgenzō. 1231–1253. In DZZ, vols. 1–2.

(Taishō No. 2582)
This work, “The True Dharma-Eye Treasury,” is the literary masterpiece of Dōgen, the founder of the Japanese Sōtō School of Zen, and is an exposition in Japanese (not classical Chinese) of the tenets of this school. Dōgen originally intended to write a work of 100 fascicles, but owing to his premature death from illness he got only as far as the 95th fascicle.
In order to clarify his own standpoint, Dōgen discusses in detail the differences between his views and those of other Buddhist schools; hence one is able to gain a comprehensive understanding of his thought. The title refers to the true teachings taught by the Buddha during the span of his life, and in this work all aspects of Buddhist doctrine, scriptures, way of life and practice are described from the standpoint of the author, This work is held in very high regard, being considered the most outstanding philosophical work written by a Japanese.

 

Complete English translations

西山廣宣 Nishiyama Kōsen (transl.)
A Complete Translation of Dōgen Zenji's Shōbōgenzō (The Eye and Treasury of the True Law),
Japan, Sasaki Printing & Publishing Company., Ltd., 1975-1983.

Nishiyama, Kōsen and John Stevens, Shōbōgenzō. The Eye and Treasurv of the True Law. Vol. One, Tōkyō, Nakayama Shobō, 1975
Nishiyama, Kōsen and John Stevens, Shōbōgenzō. The Eye and Treasury of the True Law. Vol. Two, Tōkyō, Nakayama Shobō, 1977
Nishiyama, Kōsen and John Stevens, Shōbōgenzō. The Eye and Treasury of the True Law. Vol. Three, Tōkyō, Nakayama Shobō, 1983
Nishiyama, Kōsen and John Stevens, Shōbōgenzō. The Eye and Treasury of the True Law. Vol. Four, Tōkyō, Nakayama Shobō, 1983

 

Hubert Nearman (transl.)
The Shōbōgenzō
PDF: The Treasure House of the Eye of the True Teaching
A Trainee's Translation of Great Master Dōgen's Spiritual Masterpiece.

Rev. Hubert Nearman, O.B.C., Translator
Shasta Abbey Press, 2007
http://shastaabbey.org/pdf/shoboAll.pdf
http://shastaabbey.org/teachings-publications_shobogenzo.html
http://www.urbandharma.org/udharma12/shobo.html

  1    Bendowa A Discourse on Doing One's Utmost in Practicing the Way of the Buddha

  2    Makahannya-haramitsu On the Great Wisdom That Is Beyond Discriminatory Thought

  3   Genjo Koan On the Spiritual Question as It Manifests Before Your Very Eyes

  4    Ikka Myoju On 'The One Bright Pearl'

  5    Juundo-shiki On Conduct Appropriate for the Auxiliary Cloud Hall

  6   Soku Shin Ze Butsu On 'Your Very Mind Is Buddha'

  7    Senjo On Washing Yourself Clean

  8    Keisei Sanshoku On 'The Rippling of a Valley Stream, the Contour of a Mountain'

  9   Shoaku Makusa On 'Refrain from All Evil Whatsoever'

10    Raihai Tokuzui On ' Respectful Bowing Will Secure for You the Very Marrow of the Way'

11    Uji On 'Just for the Time Being, Just for a While, For the Whole of Time is the Whole of Existence'

12   Den'e On the Transmission of the Kesa

13   Sansui Kyo On the Spiritual Discourses of the Mountains and the Water

14    Busso On the Buddhas and the Ancestors

15    Shisho On the Record of Transmission

16    Hokke Ten Hokke On 'The Flowering of the Dharma Sets the Dharma's Flowering in Motion'

17    Shin Fukatoku On 'The Mind Cannot Be Held Onto' (Oral version)

18    Shin Fukatoku On 'The Mind Cannot Be Grasped' (Written version)

19    Kokyo On the Ancient Mirror

20    Kankin On Reading Scriptures

21   Bussho On Buddha Nature

22    Gyobutsu Iigi On the Everyday Behavior of a Buddha Doing His Practice

23   Bukkyo On What the Buddha Taught

24    Jinzu On the Marvelous Spiritual Abilities

25    Daigo On the Great Realization

26    Zazen Shin On Wanshi's ' Kindly Advice for Doing Seated Meditation'

27   Butsu Kojo Ji On Experiencing That Which Is Above and Beyond Buddhahood

28    Immo On That Which Comes Like This

29    Gyoji On Ceaseless Practice

30    Kaiin Zammai On 'The Meditative State That Bears the Seal of the Ocean'

31    Juki On Predicting Buddhahood

32   Kannon On Kannon, the Bodhisattva of Compassion

33   Arakan On Arhat

34   Hakujushi On the Cypress Tree

35   Komyo On the Brightness of the Light

36   Shinjin Gakudo On Learning the Way Through Body and Mind

37   Muchu Setsumu On a Vision Within a Vision and a Dream Within a Dream

38   Dotoku On Expressing What One Has Realized

39   Gabyo On ' A Picture of a Rice Cake '

40   Zenki On Functioning Fully

41   Sesshin Sessho On Expressing One's True Nature by Expressing One's Intent

42   Darani On Invocations: What We Offer to the Buddhas and Ancestors

43    Tsuki On the Moon as One's Excellent Nature

44    Kuge On the Flowering of the Unbounded

45    Kobusshin On What the Mind of an Old Buddha Is

46   Bodaisatta Shishobo On the Four Exemplary Acts of a Bodhisattva

47   Katto On The Vines That Entangle: the Vines That Embrace

48   Sangai Yuishin On 'The Threefold World Is Simply Your Mind'

49   Shoho Jisso On the Real Form of All Thoughts and Things

50   Bukkyo On Buddhist Scriptures

51   Butsudo On the Buddha's Way

52   Mitsugo On the Heart-to-Heart Language of Intimacy

53    Hossho On the True Nature of All Things

54   Mujo Seppo On the Dharma That Nonsentient Beings Express

55   Semmen On Washing Your Face

56    Zazengi On the Model for Doing Meditation

57   Baika On the Plum Blossom

58   Jippo On the Whole Universe in All Ten Directions

59   Kembutsu On Encountering Buddha

60   Henzan On Seeking One's Master Far and Wide

61   Ganzei On the Eye of a Buddha

62   Kajo On Everyday Life

63   Ryugin On the Roar of a Dragon

64   Shunju On Spring and Autumn: Warming Up and Cooling Down

65   Soshi Seirai I On Why Our Ancestral Master Came from the West

66   Udonge On the Udumbara Blossom

67   Hotsu Mujo Shin On Giving Rise to the Unsurpassed Mind

68   Nyorai Zenshin On the Universal Body of the Tathagata

69   Zammai-o Zammai On the Meditative State That Is the Lord of Meditative States

70   Sanjushichihon Bodai Bumpo On the Thirty-Seven Methods of Training for Realizing Enlightenment

71   Temborin On Turning the Wheel of the Dharma

72   Jisho Zammai On the Meditative State of One's True Nature

73   Daishugyo On the Great Practice

74   Menju On Conferring the Face-to-Face Transmission

75   Koku On the Unbounded

76   Hatsu'u On a Monk's Bowl

77   Ango On the Summer Retreat

78   Tashintsu On Reading the Minds and Hearts of Others

79   O Saku Sendaba On 'The King Requests Something from Sindh'

80   Jikuin Mon On Instructions for Monks in the Kitchen Hall

81   Shukke On Leaving Home Life Behind

82   Shukke Kudoku On the Spiritual Merits of Leaving Home Life Behind

83   Jukai On Receiving the Precepts

84   Kesa Kudoku On the Spiritual Merits of the Kesa

85   Hotsu Bodai Shin On Giving Rise to the Enlightened Mind

86   Kuyo Shobutsu On Making Venerative Offerings to Buddhas

87   Kie Bupposo Ho On Taking Refuge in the Treasures of Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha

88   Jinshin Inga On the Absolute Certainty of Cause and Effect

89   Sanji Go On Karmic Retribution in the Three Temporal Periods

90   Shime On 'The Four Horses'

91   Shizen Biku On the Monk in the Fourth Meditative State

92   Ippyakuhachi Homyomon On the One Hundred and Eight Gates to What the Dharma Illumines

93   Shoji On Life and Death 1086

94   Doshin On the Mind's Search for Truth

95   Yui Butsu Yo Butsu On 'Each Buddha on His Own, Together with All Buddhas'

96   Hachi Dainingaku On the Eight Realizations of a Great One

 

西嶋愚道和夫 Nishijima Gudō Wafu (1919-2014) & Chodo Cross (transl.)
Shōbōgenzō: The True Dharma-Eye Treasury, Volume I-IV.
Translated from the Japanese by Gudo Wafu Nishijima and Chodo Cross
Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research, 2007
http://www.windbell.com/IntroTop.html

PDF: Volume I. Chapters 1 to 21
PDF: Volume II. Chapters 22-41
PDF: Volume III. Chapters 42-72
PDF: Volume IV. Chapters 73-96

 

棚橋一晃 Tanahashi Kazuaki (1933-) (transl.)
Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's Shobo Genzo

Boston: Shambhala, 2010, 2 vols.

Zen Master Dogen Reader on Shikantaza
by Kazuaki Tanahashi
http://www.upaya.org/uploads/pdfs/shikantazanreadergen.pdf

“POINT OF ZAZEN”
“A GENERAL RECOMMENDED WAY OF SITTING”
“BENDOWA”
“KING OF SAMADHIS”

Tanahashi, Kazuaki (ed. 1985), Moon in a Dewdrop: Writings of Zen Master Dogen (New York: North Point Press).

Tanahashi, Kazuaki (ed. 2000), Enlightenment Unfolds: The Essential Teachings of Zen Master Dogen (Boston: Shambhala).

Tanahashi, Kazuaki (ed. 2004), Beyond Thinking: A Guide to Zen Meditation by Zen Master Dogen (Boston: Shambhala).

 

Partial Translation by Tanahashi Kazuaki et al.

From the 75-fascicle redaction

20. 有時 Uji Translated by Dan Welch & Kazuaki Tanahashi
29. Sansui kyô. Mountains and Waters Sutra Translated by Arnold Kotler & Kazuaki Tanahashi

Other fascicles

8. 生死 Shôji Translated by Arnold Kotler & Kazuaki Tanahashi

 

 

 

Partial translations

Bodaisatta shishōbō

Genjō kōan

Zazengi

Zazen shin

 

Chapters of the Shōbōgenzō translated by the Soto Zen Text Project
http://www.stanford.edu/group/scbs/sztp3/translations/shobogenzo/sbgz_contents.html

Chapters of the Shōbōgenzō

Titles in bold have been published in Dharma Eye and are available on line. Names in parentheses indicate the project translator in charge.


The 75-fascicle redaction


1.

Genjō kōan 現成公案

2.

Maka hannya haramitsu 摩訶般若波羅蜜 . The Perfection of Wisdom (Weinstein)

3.

Busshō 佛性 . Buddha Nature (Bielefeldt)

4.

Shinjin gakudō 身心學道 . Practicing the Way with the Body and Mind (Weinstein)

5.

Sokushin zebutsu 即心是佛 . The Very Mind is Buddha (Weinstein)

6.

Gyōbutsu iigi 行佛威儀 . Deportment of the Practicing Buddha (Bielefeldt)

7.

Ikka myōju 一顆明珠 . One Bright Pearl (Weinstein)

8.

Shin fukatoku 心不可得 . The Mind Cannot Be Got (Bielefeldt)

9.

Kobutsushin 古佛心 . The Old Buddha Mind (Bielefeldt)

10.

Daigo 大悟 . Great Awakening (Bielefeldt)

11.

Zazen gi 坐禪儀 . Principles of Zazen (Bielefeldt)

12.

Zazen shin 坐禪箴 . Lancet of Zazen (Bielefeldt)

13.

Kaiin zanmai 海印三昧 . The Ocean Seal Samadhi (Bielefeldt & Radich)

14.

Kūge 空華 . Sky Flowers (Bodiford)

15.

Kōmyō 光明 . Illuminating Wisdom (Weinstein)

16.

Gyōji 行持

17.

Inmo 恁麼 . Being So (Weinstein)

18.

Kannon 觀音 . (Bielefeldt & Fremerman)

19.

Kokyō 古鏡 . The Old Mirror (Bielefeldt)

20.

Uji 有時 . (Bielefeldt)

21.

Juki 授記 . Conferring Predictions (Bodiford)

22 .

Zenki 全機 . Full Function (Weinstein)

23.

Tsuki 都機 . The Moon (Weinstein)

24.

Gabyō 畫餅 . Painted Cakes (Bodiford)

25.

Keisei sanshoku 谿聲山色 . Sounds of the Valley, Forms of the Mountain (Bielefeldt)

26.

Bukkōjōji 佛向上事 . What Is Beyond the Buddha (Bielefeldt)

27.

Muchū setsumu 夢中説夢 (Bodiford)

28.

Raihai tokuzui 禮拜得髓 . Getting the Marrow by Doing Obeisance (Weinstein)

29.

Sansui kyō 山水經 . The Mountains and Waters Sutra (Bielefeldt)

30.

Kankin 看經 . Sutra Reading (Foulk)

31.

Shoaku makusa 諸悪莫作 . Not Doing Evils (Bodiford)

32.

Den e 傳衣 . (Foulk)

33.

Dōtoku 道得 (Weinstein)

34.

Bukkyō 佛教 (Weinstein)

35.

Jinzū 神通 . Spiritual Powers (Bielefeldt)

36.

Arakan 阿羅漢 . The Arhat (Weinstein)

37.

Shunjū 春秋 . Spring and Autumn (Bielefeldt)

38.

Kattō 葛藤 . Twining Vines (Bielefeldt)

39.

Shisho 嗣書 . (Foulk)

40.

Hakujushi 柏樹子 . The Cypress Tree (Bielefeldt)

41.

Sangai yuishin 三界唯心 . The Three Realms Are Only Mind (Weinstein)

42.

Sesshin sesshō 説心説性 . Talking of the Mind, Talking of the Nature (Bielefeldt)

43.

Shohō jissō 諸法實相 (Bodiford)

44.

Butsudō 佛道 . The Way of the Buddha (Bielefeldt)

45.

Mitsugo 密語 . Secret Language (Weinstein)

46.

Mujō seppō 無情説法 . The Insentient Preach the Dharma (Bielefeldt)

47.

Bukkyō 佛經 (Weinstein)

48

Hosshō 法性 . Dharma Nature (Weinstein)

49.

Darani 陀羅尼 . Dharani (Weinstein)

50.

Senmen 洗面

51.

Menju 面授 . Face to Face Transmission (Weinstein)

52.

Busso 佛祖

53.

Baika 梅華 . Plum Flowers (Weinstein)

54.

Senjō 洗淨 . (Foulk)

55.

Jippō 十方 . The Ten Directions (Bielefeldt)

56.

Kenbutsu 見佛

57.

Henzan 徧參 . Extensive Study (Bielefeldt)

58.

Ganzei 眼睛 . The Eye (Weinstein)

59.

Kajō 家常 . Everyday Matters (Weinstein)

60.

Sanjûshichihon bodai bunpō 三十七品菩提分法 (Weinstein)

61.

Ryūgin 龍吟 . Song of the Dragon (Bielefeldt)

62.

Soshi seirai i 祖師西来意 . The Intention of the Ancestral Master's Coming from the West (Bielefeldt)

63.

Hotsu bodai shin 發菩提心 . Bringing Forth the Mind of Bodhi (Bielefeldt)

64.

Udon ge 優曇華 (Weinstein)

65.

Nyorai zenshin 如來全身 (Weinstein)

66.

Zanmai ō zanmai 三昧王三昧 . The King of Samadhis Samadhi (Bielefeldt)

67.

Ten hōrin 轉法輪 (Weinstein)

68.

Dai shugyō 大修行 . Great Practice (Bielefeldt)

69.

Jishō zanmai 自證三昧 . The Samadhi of Self Verification (Bielefeldt)

70.

Kokū 虚空 (Weinstein)

71.

Hou 鉢盂

72.

Ango 安居 . (Foulk)

73.

Tashin tsū 佗心通 . Penetration of Other Minds (Bielefeldt)

74.

Ō saku sendaba 王索仙陀婆 (Weinstein)

75.

Shukke 出家 . Leaving Home (Foulk)


The 12-fascicle redaction


1.

Shukke kudoku 出家功徳

2.

Jukai 受戒

3.

Kesa kudoku 袈裟功徳

4.

Hotsu bodai shin 發心菩提

5.

Kuyō shobutsu 供養諸佛

6.

Kie buppōsō bō 歸依佛法僧寶 . (Weinstein)

7.

Jinshin inga 深信因果

8.

Sanji gō 三時業

9.

Shiba 四馬

10.

Shizen biku 四禪比丘

11.

Ippyakuhachi hōmyō mon 一百八法明門 (Weinstein)

12

Hachi dainin gaku 八大人覺 . (Weinstein)


Other fascicles


1.

Bendō wa 辨道話

2.

Jūundō shiki 重雲堂式

3.

Hokke ten hokke 法華轉法華 (Bodiford)

4.

Shin fukatoku 心不可得 (Go Shin fukakaku) . The Mind Cannot Be Got (Bielefeldt)

5.

Bodaisatta shishōhō 菩提薩埵四摂法

6.

Ji kuin mon 示庫院文

7.

Yuibutsu yobutsu 唯佛與佛

8.

Shōji 生死 . Birth and Death (Weinstein)

9.

Butsudō 佛道 ( Dōshin 道心 ). The Way of the Buddha (Bielefeldt)


Alternative texts


1.

Bendō wa 辨道話

2.

Shisho 嗣書

3.

Bukkōjōji 佛向上事 . What Is Beyond the Buddha (Bielefeldt)

4.

Senmen 洗面

5.

Henzan 徧參 . Extensive Study (Bielefeldt)

6.

Daigo 大悟 . Great Awakening (Bielefeldt)

7.

Sanji gō 三時業

 

 

横井雄峯 Yokoi Yūhō (1918-) (transl.)
The Shōbō-genzō, Tokyo: Sankibo Buddhist Bookstore, 1986. 876 p.
Translation of 12 Sections
White pigskin over boards, title in black on spine, covers with a pointillé-design. Japanese paper flyleaves with a design of small silver and golden squares on a silver-golden spotted ground, green handmade headbands. Bound by rfm.

 

PDF: How to Raise an Ox: Zen Practice as Taught in Zen Master Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō
by Francis Dojun Cook
Los Angeles: Center Publications, 1978

 

Anzan Hoshin and 安田 趙州 大念 白風 Yasuda Jōshū Dainen Hakukaze (1895-1979) (transl.)
DOC:
Chapters of the Shōbōgenzō
translated by Anzan Hoshin roshi and Yasuda Joshu Dainen roshi

 From the 75-fascicle redaction

1. Genjō kōan 現成公案
2. Maka hannya haramitsu 摩訶般若波羅蜜
9. Kobutsushin 古佛心
11. Zazen gi 坐禪儀
14. Kūge 空華
22. Zenki 全機
24. Gabyō 畫餅
28. Raihai tokuzui 禮拜得髓
47. Bukkyō 佛經
55. Jippō 十方
66. Zanmai ō zanmai 三昧王三昧

From other fascicles

1. Bendō wa 辨道話
8. Shōji 生死

 

 

増永霊鳳 Masunaga Reihō (1902-1981)
The Soto Approach to Zen
[Tokyo] : Layman Buddist Society Press, [1958], 215 p.

Genjo Koan
Bendowa
Uji
Shoji
Zenki

 

 

PDF: Shobogenzo: Zen Essays by Dogen
Translated by Thomas Cleary
Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986. vii + 123 pp.

PDF: Rational Zen: the mind of Dōgen Zenji
[selected translation of the writings of Dōgen Zenji from Japanese]
Boston, Shambhala, 1993. 225 p.
Translated by Thomas F. Cleary

Treasury of Eyes of True Teaching > PDF: Genjokoan, Hossho, Shoji
Selected Essays of Shōbōgenzō

1. 現成公案 Genjô kôan
2.
摩訶般若波羅蜜 Maka hannya haramitsu
22. 全機 Zenki
48. 法性 Hosshô

 

 

PDF: First Dogen Book
Selected essays from Dogen Zenji's Shobogenzo
(Bendowa / Genjo Koan / Uji / Soshi Seirai I)
Translated by Bob Myers

 

 

PDF: The Heart of Dôgen’s Shôbôgenzô
translated and annotated by Norman Waddell and Masao Abe
State University of New York Press, 2002

Bendôwa (Negotiating the Way) 7

Ikka Myôju (One Bright Pearl) 31

Genjôkôan (Manifesting Suchness) 39

Uji (Being-Time) 47

Busshô (Buddha-nature) 59

Sammai-Ô-Zammai (The King of Samadhis Samadhi) 99

Shôji (Birth and Death) 105

Zazengi (The Principles of Zazen) 109

 

 

 

Cross-references

http://www.gnusystems.ca/SBGZ.htm
http://www.thezensite.com/ZenTeachings/Dogen_Teachings/Shobogenzo_Complete.html

Shōbōgenzō bibliography

http://www.shastaabbey.org/pdf/ShoboBib.pdf


 

>>> 真字正法眼蔵 [Mana/Shinji] Shōbōgenzō. 1235. In DZZ, vol. 5.