Ma Tsu

Ma Tsu

(Ma Zu, Mazu Daoyi, “Daji”, Ma To, Ma To Dao Nhat)

( 708  – 807 ) ( 709 – 788 )

 

links:

Ma Tsu Record

(excerpt)

Mazu
Daoyi “Daji”

Master
Ma is Ill


Blue Cliff Record Case 3

by John Tarrant

Ma-Tsu “This Very
Mind is Buddha”


by Ross Bolleter

see also his teacher:

Huai Jang

and his student:

Pai Chang (Hui Hai)

 

bibliography:

 

The Recorded Sayings of Ma-Tsu

(Studies in Asian Thought and Religion, Vol 6)

Ma-Tsu, Julian F. Pas / Hardcover / Published 1987

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Sun-Face Buddha :

The Teachings of Ma-Tsu and the

Hung-Chou School of Ch’an

Cheng Chien Bhikshu / Published 1993

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Zen Buddhism: A History : India and China with a

New Supplement on the Northern School of Chinese Zen

Heinrich Dumoulin

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Original Teachings of Ch’an Buddhism;

Selected from the Transmission of the Lamp

Chang Chung-Yuan / Paperback / Published 1995

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Original Teachings of Ch’an Buddhism:

Selected from the Transmission of the Lamp

Shih. Tao-Yuan / Published 1982

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Original Teachings of Ch’an Buddhism

Chung-Yuan, Chang, trans.

New York: Random House, 1969.

(see above two entries)

Dhyana Buddhism in China:

The History and Teaching

Hsiang-Kuang, Dr. Chou.

Allahabad, India:

Indo-Chinese Literature Publications, 1960.


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