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Chinese Heart Sutra on LIULI Prayer Wheel

般若波羅蜜多心經
琉璃转經輪

心經》 奧義

《般若波羅蜜多心經》簡稱為《心經》,是佛經中字數最少、奧義最深、影響最大的經典,
僅二百六十個字,濃縮了六百卷大般若經的要義,是佛法的核心。
通篇概括而言「色不異空,空不異色;色即是空,空即是色。」

佛法即心法

「佛說一切法,為度一切心;若無一切心,何用一切法?」
八萬千法門,其根本就是一個「心」字。
澄明心境,認清紛擾世界的真相。

什麼是佛?

佛,梵文Budhha,「覺者」之意,即有覺悟的人。
佛法,揭示宇宙人生真相的哲學。
在佛教的觀念裡,人生的真正智慧,是能夠看清一切本空, 不斷修持以達到覺悟的境界。 

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    無執之心

    人的一生中,充滿了各式各樣的不安,對生老病死的不安,對貪嗔癡慢疑的不安。

    生命無法掌控,不執著,才能安然自在。小小轉經輪,是每日的提醒,訓練自己不執著。

    轉念,當下

    經輪一圈圈旋轉,心靜靜觀想,經綸每轉動一圈,都是不斷地修持。
    注視著旋轉的經輪,起伏的心緒,漸漸平靜下來。若不能改變現狀,何不改變心境?
    人生的境況,隨心而轉,心念一轉,煩惱盡掃。

    心與身的修持

    誦念佛經是一種修持,用手轉經綸也是一種修持。
    前者為心發而形於口的修持,後者為心發而形於身的修持。
    兩者皆是發于心的修持。

    每日的方便法門

    拜佛是一種方便法門,轉經輪也是一種修行法寶,轉動一圈經綸,如念一邊《心經》。

    不管是否參悟佛法,知曉深淺,轉經輪都是日常生活中,一個簡單易行的修持。

    出門前,轉動一下經輪,祈願一天順心; 回家後,轉動一下經輪,感恩安樂美好。

    心經的祝福永在琉璃

    琉璃转經輪
    安心隨身

    琉璃转經輪
    念念靜心吉祥

    琉璃转經輪
    靜心常在

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    般若波羅蜜多心經

    觀自在菩薩 行深般若波羅蜜多時 照見五蘊皆空 度一切苦厄 舍利子

    色不異空 空不異色 色即是空 空即是色 受想行識 亦復如是 舍利子

    是諸法空相 不生不滅 不垢不淨 不增不減 是故空中無色 無受想行識

    無眼耳鼻舌身意 無色聲香味觸法 無眼界 乃至無意識界 無無明 亦無無明盡

    乃至無老死 亦無老死盡 無苦集滅道 無智亦無得 以無所得故 菩提薩埵

    依般若波羅蜜多故 心無罣礙 無罣礙故 無有恐怖 遠離顛倒夢想 究竟涅槃

    三世諸佛 依般若波羅蜜多故 得阿耨多羅三藐三菩提 故知般若波羅蜜多

    是大神咒 是大明咒 是無上咒 是無等等咒 能除一切苦 真實不虛 故說

    般若波羅蜜多咒 即說咒曰 揭諦揭諦 波羅揭諦 波羅僧揭諦 菩提娑婆訶

    Heart Sutra in Mandarin Translation
    by Venerable Guan Cheng

    Heart Sutra in Cantonese Translation
    by Venerable Guan Cheng

    [ REFERENCE LINKS ]

    Prayer Wheel on Wikipedia
    Heart Sutra on Wikipedia (English)
    Heart Sutra on Wikipedia (in Chinese)
    An Introduction to the Heart Sutra on About.com
    A Comprehensive Collection of Buddhist Sutra
    般若波羅蜜多心經
    China Buddhism Encyclopedia: Great Compassion Mantra
    Dharma Teaching & Transmission: Great Compassion Mantra
    大悲咒  |  大悲心陀羅尼經淺釋

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