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Taijiquan
classics of Buddhism

The Eight Verses of Transforming the Mind - Atisha's classic of Lojong
[Lojong is a change of mind in awareness]

1° verso:
With the thought of attaining enlightenment
For the welfare of all beings,
Who are more precious than a wish-fulfilling jewel,
I will constantly practice holding them dear. Full Text (PDF)

The Buddha Speaks The Sutra On Cause And Effect In The Three Periods Of Time
1° verso:
Wealth and dignity come from one's destiny from causes planted in lives in the past.

Prajnaparamitahrdayasutra, [Sutra del Cuore], "Oh, Sariputra, Form Does not Differ From the Void,And the Void Does Not Differ From Form.Form is Void and Void is Form;The Same is True For Feelings,Perceptions, Volitions and Consciousness." Full Text (PDF)

Dharmapada , [Way of Darma], Text of the Buddhist Canon is preserved in Canon pali (in Khuddakanikaya of Suttapitaka), both in the Chinese canon (where it is called Fajùjing, and is located in the section of Benyuánbù), both in Tibetan Canon (where it is called Ched-du brjod-pa'i choms is both in Kanjur that in Tanjiur). Da: Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera

Saddharmapundarika-sutra, [Sutra of Lotus], is one of the most important texts in the huge body of literature of Mahayana Buddhism in the Chinese Canon (section of Fahuabù) and Tibetan Canon and is the foundation of Buddhist schools Tiantai (China), Tendai and Nichiren (Japan).Da:Wikipedia


classics of Taoism

Tao Te Ching, [Dao de jing], [Dao de jing], work of poetic high value attributed to Lao Tze, composed of five thousand words, divided into 81 paragraphs. . Testo e commento

Chuang Tze, [Zhuang Zi], [Zhuang Zi], collection of dialogues, anecdotes and apologhi written by Chuang Tzu. An interesting and lively exposure of Taoism in a language lively and witty.

Lieh Tze, [Liè Zi], [Liè Zi], A Treatise on Perfect Empty, collection of philosophical and metaphysical writings of Taoism, attributed to Lieh Tzu.


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Updated at
28 giu 2018
byYeshey Namgyal
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