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Study Guide Exam 2 - Kung-am A meditation device used in...

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Kung-am - A meditation device used in the Ch’an school of Mahayana Buddhism, an insolvable riddle used to distract the mind so enlightenment can slip in. I-Ching - “book of changes” book of divination that records the changes between the balance of yin and yang to make prediction: Chinese Worldview T-ien “heaven” the impersonal power that brings about harmony and peace but it is neither a personal or power part of the Chinese Worldview. Wu-wei - “non-action” not going against the natural way of things and being unself conscious to be on the path to enlightenment. Part of Tao-Chia tradition. Amitabha - “infinite light”, the savior of the pure land school of Mahayana Buddhism saves through grace by bringing light into the dark world. Kuan yin - “goddess of Mercy” holds a willow branch in one hand (tree of life) and a vase in the other that she pours over the earth (mercy) --> goddess worshipped in Chinese Popular Religon. Upaya
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