Tuesday, 31 May 2011

The introduction of the Buddhism to Japan

The introduction of the Buddhism to Japan

To LIFE - or 538 or 552 THIS, in of which historian the one consults - one by a prince in the court of the Emperor of Japan.  Have them with these sutras of a Buddhist one, a picture of the Buddha, and of a letter of the prince that rents the dharma.  The official introduction of the Buddhism to Japan. 

Japanese aristocracy one with the professional - and the traits an anti-Buddhist one.  Buddhism has a true small acceptance until the of Suiko and his the Prince Shotoku, 592-628 THIS.  And the Prince have the Buddhism as the religion of.  They have an expression of the dharma in arts, in philanthropy, and in.  They constructed the temples and the. 

To the that followed, the Buddhism to Japan sturdily has.  During 7 by Buddhism in China enjoyed one of now," and Chinese monks have the newest ones in practice and the stock market to Japan.  The a lot of the Buddhism that it has in China have at Japan also.  Nara Buddhism

Six of Buddhism arose to the Japan in 7 and of all but two of that disappeared.  Because these have in major party during the of Nara of the Japanese history (709-795 THIS), they are sometimes today together in a Nara Buddhism.  The two that have again a following sound Hosso and Kegon. 

Hosso.  The Hosso, or "the of Dharma," introduced to the Japan by the monk Dosho (629-700).  Dosho is in China with hsuan-tsang, the founder of the wei-shih (has also Iron hsiang).  Wei-shih had to leave of Yogachara of India.  Of a simple form, Yogachara learns that of the things do not have any by yes.  It we the thnk perceive ourselves do not exist ourselves but as as a knowledge process. 

Kegon.  In 740 the Chinese shen-hsiang of monk it introduced the Huayan, or "the Garland of Flower," to Japan.  Kegon to Japan, this Buddhism is known better for his teaching in the of all the things - than it is, all the things and all the steps only all the something else and of the but also the Absolute one in his.  See, for example, the of Indra. 

The emperor Shomu, that has of 724 749, has a sponsor of Kegon.  It has a construction of the magnificent Todaiji, or of the Big Eastern one, in Nara.  The principal hall of Todaiji is what's more big wood of world this day.  It the Big Buda of Nara, a massive bronze figures it that is 15 or little 50 feet, a height.  Today, Todaiji remains the center of Kegon. 

The of Nara, five others of Buddhism arose to the Japan that remains today.  This are Tendai, Shingon, Jodo, the Zen and Nichiren.  Tendai

The monk Saicho (767-822; it has also Dengyo Daishi) it has in China in 804 and it returned following with the doctrines of Tiantai.  The Japanese form, Tendai, the rose a big and a dominating one of the Buddhism to the Japan by of the. 

Tendai is known better for two traits.  The one, the Sutra of Allot for the sutra and the perfect expression of the teaching of the Buda.  In place, it the teaching of others of the contradictions and find a way of in an environment enters of the. 

Saicho another contribution to Japanese Buddhism has big one of buddhist and the formation center in Climbs Hiei, new capital of Kyoto.  As will see us, a lot of important historic faces of Japanese Buddhism have his Buddhism in Climbs Hiei.  Shingon

As Saicho, the monk Kukai (774-835; it has also Kobo Daishi) it has in China in 804.  It has tantra of a buddhist one and it is two years old Japanese form of Shingon and construct an in the Mountain Koya, little 50 thousand to the south of Kyoto. 

Shingon is the one unique one of not one - tibetano of Vajrayana.  Several of the teaching and rituals of Shingon are orally of one and a not one does public.  Shingon remains the one of the biggest ones of the Buddhism to Japan.  Jodo Shu and Jodo Shinshu

For honorar his dying person of Afilado (1133-1212) became a monk in Climbs Hiei.  Not satisfies Buddhism as it learned, it introduced Chinese Pure Earth to the Japan by Jodo Shu founding. 

Of a simple form, the Pure Earth stresses a faith the Buda Amitabha, So-called Amida Butsu in Japanese, by which it can in the Pure Earth and closer of the.  The pure Earth is sometimes Amidism. 

Another monk of Amount has Hiei, Shinran (1173-1263).  Shinran has the disciple of Honen for six years.  It in 1207, Shinran has the dressing gowns of his monk, and it has children.  As an it has Jodo Shinshu, a Buddhism for convers.  Jodo Shinshu is today the biggest sect to Japan. 

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