Preface

Chapter 1 Content of the Sound-hearer Bodhi

1.1 Brief Introduction of the Sound-hearer Bodhi

1.1.1 Positivist Buddhism

1.1.2 The Correlation among the Three-vehicle Bodhi

1.1.3 The Six Destinations of Rebirth in the Three Realms and Their Liberation Fruitions

1.1.4 The Outline of the Four Noble Truths

1.1.5 A Brief Introduction to the Three Dharma Seals

1.1.6 The General Aspect of the Sound-hearer Bodhi

1.2 Eradication of Self-view

1.2.1 Self-View, Afflictions and the Five Aggregates

1.2.2 The Form, Sensation, Perception and Formation Aggregates

1.2.3 The Consciousness Aggregate and Neither-self-nor-mine

1.3 Eradication of the Three Fetters

1.3.1 Content of the Three Fetters

1.3.2 The View of Self in the Three Realms

1.3.3 How to Eradicate the Three Fetters

1.4 Elimination of Lustful Desire to Attain the First Dhyāna and the Third Fruition

1.4.1 Elicitation of the First Fruition and First Dhyana

1.4.2 The Third Fruition

1.5 Elimination of Attachment to the Three Realms and Conceit to Attain the Fourth Fruition

1.5.1 Elimination of Attachment to the Three Realms and Conceit to Attain the Fourth Fruition-Part 1

1.5.2 Elimination of Attachment to the Three Realms and Conceit to Attain the Fourth Fruition-Part 2

Chapter 2 Content of the Solitary-realizer Bodhi

2.1 A Brief Introduction to the Solitary-realizer Bodhi

2.1.1. A Brief Introduction to the Solitary-realizer Bodhi

2.1.2 A Brief Exposition on the Knowledge and Realization of the Solitary-realizer

2.2 The Ten Links of Dependent Origination and the Twelve Links of Dependent Origination

2.2.1 The Embryo-entering Consciousness Is Not the Six Consciousness

2.2.2 The Perspective of Transmigration

2.2.3 The Perspective of the Extinction of Transmigration

2.3 A Brief Exposition on the Eradication of Self-view and Self-attachment

2.3.1 Eradication of Self-view and Self-attachment in the Solitary-realizer Bodhi

2.3.2 Ignorance in the Solitary-realizer Dharma

Chapter 3 Content of the Buddha Bodhi

3.1 The Path of Bodhisattvas and the Path to Buddhahood

3.1.1 A Brief Introduction to the Buddha Bodhi

3.1.1.1 The Nature of Tathāgatagarbha

3.1.1.2 Fifty-Two Stages of Realization of Bodhisattvas

3.1.2 The Keeping and Observance of the Bodhisattva Precepts

3.1.2.1 The Keeping and Observance of the Bodhisattva Precepts

3.1.3 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Faiths

3.1.3.1 The Ten Faiths

3.1.4 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Abidings

3.1.4.1 Accumulation of Merits and Virtues

3.1.4.2 Accumulation of Wisdom

3.1.5 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Practices

3.1.5.1 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Practices-Part 1

3.1.5.2 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Practices-Part 2

3.1.6 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Dedications

3.1.6.1 Dedication to Protecting the Dharma and Liberating Sentient Beings

3.1.6.2 Practice the Adamant Way of Refuting the False Concept and Highlighting the Correct Dharma

3.1.7 Cultivation and Realization of the Ten Grounds

3.1.7.1 Realizing and Entering the First Ground

3.1.7.2 Cultivation and Realization of Bodhisattva in the Tenth Ground

3.1.8 Cultivation and Realization of Virtual Enlightenment and Sublime Enlightenment and the Eight Phases of the Buddha’s Life

3.1.8.1 Virtual Enlightenment and the Buddha Ground

3.2 The Content of Nirvana

3.2.1 Nirvana Realized by the Two Vehicles

3.2.1.1 Nirvana Realized by the Two Vehicles-Part 1

3.2.1.2 Nirvana Realized by the Two Vehicles-Part 2

3.2.2 Nirvana Realized by the Great Vehicle

3.2.2.1 The Content of Nirvana

3.2.2.2 Ālayavijñāna is Tathāgatagarbha

3.2.2.3 The Wisdom Realized in the Great Vehicle

3.2.3 Similarities and Differences among the Nirvana Realized by the Three Vehicles

3.2.3.1 Fruition and Virtues Realized in the Two Vehicles

3.2.3.2 Fruition and Virtues Realized in the Great Vehicle

 

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