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Monastic discipline

George A. Sioris

Monastic discipline

Vinaya and Orthodox monasticism : an attempt at comparison

by George A. Sioris

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Published by Knowledge Center, Distributed by D.K. Today in Chiang Mai, Bangkok .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Thailand,
  • Thailand.,
  • Greece,
  • Greece.
    • Subjects:
    • Theravāda Buddhism -- Thailand -- Discipline,
    • Monastic and religious life (Buddhism) -- Thailand,
    • Orthodox Eastern Church -- Greece -- Discipline,
    • Monastic and religious life -- Greece,
    • Monastic and religious life -- Comparative studies

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 362-373).

      Other titlesVinaya and Orthodox monasticism
      StatementGeorge A. Sioris.
      GenreComparative studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBQ6160.T4 S+
      The Physical Object
      Pagination373 p. :
      Number of Pages373
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3287836M
      ISBN 109748544133
      LC Control Number2003711581
      OCLC/WorldCa56599872

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Monastic discipline by George A. Sioris Download PDF EPUB FB2

Two significant Buddhist monastic disciplinary texts are, for the first time, translated into English. They are printed on facing pages for ease of comparison. One of the texts is that of a very early Buddhist school first appearing in the 4th century BC, and the other is one not mentioned in the records until the 7th century AD The contrasting texts thus highlight the development of Buddhist sectarian practices.5/5(2).

This text is also relevant for those seeking to better understand the lived religious experiences and self-understandings of fifth-century monks (both male and female who resided at the Shenoute's Monastic Federation) practicing a type of spiritual discipline and asceticism that connected the individual to the monastic community with concern for the purity of the body and by: Main Buddhist Monastic Discipline: Monastic discipline book Sanskrit Pratimoksa Sutras of the Mahasamghikas and Mulasarvastivadins.

Buddhist Monastic Discipline Contains two significant Buddhist monastic disciplinary texts-the Sanskrit Pratimoksa Sutras of the Mahasamghikas and Mulasarvastivadins- for the first time, translated into English. They are printed on facing pages for ease of comparison.

Any spiritual discipline—whether it’s a monastic discipline (like the vows) or a Lenten discipline (like reading Scripture or giving up Monastic discipline book not ultimately about giving something up for Jesus, to show your love for him.

Rather, it’s about identifying what will help you to become a better follower of Jesus. Books shelved as monasticism: The Rule of Saint Benedict by Benedict of Nursia, The Cloister Walk by Kathleen Norris, The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas.

The Concise Buddhist Monastic Code is the guide for all aspects of life for Theravada Buddhist monks. It was written also for lay people interested in deepening their understanding of the discipline. As a result of the structured life of a monastic community and the discipline required to harness ki, monks are almost always lawful in alignment.

QUICK BUILD. You can make a monk quickly by following these suggestions. First, make Dexterity your highest ability score, followed by Wisdom. Second, choose the hermit background. The Monk Table. Meditation requires you to discipline your thoughts.

To clear your mind, center your body, and reconnect with your breath. Meditation helps you clear out the mental. 1) The Pubbasikkh›-va˚˚an›, a large compendium of rules from the Canon and the Commentary, compiled in by Phra Amarabhirakkhit (Amaro Koed), a pupil of King R›ma IV.

This was the first comprehensive Vinaya guide compiled for use in the Dhammayut sect, which was founded by R›ma IV while he was still a Size: 3MB. New Folks Start Here "Happiness is the highest spiritual practice."-- Rupert Spira Since a small community of old and new friends, non-dual artists and practitioners working to create a new heaven and new earth have been playing a "life game" we call, Heart Mountain Monastery, Nunnery and Art Colony.

This book, " Buddhist Monastic Discipline " is an assessment of the role of the monk in the religion which is the outcome of the teachings of the Lord Buddha.

Publisher: Buddhist Cultural Center. Pages: Language: English. ISBN: Shipping Weight: g. Binding: Hard Binding. This battle against falling standards and increasing laxity in monastic discipline led to a number of interesting devolopments.

The simple and basic monastic virtues of contentment with regard to food, clothing and residence, and the love of solitude, which were more or less assumed to be basic virtues in the early days of the Sāsana, begin to.

The book of discipline Vol. VI, London Luzac. Ichimura, Shōhei (). "The Baizhang Zen monastic regulations", Berkeley, Calif: Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research, ISBN Jayawickrama, N.A., trans.

Inception of discipline and the Vinaya-Nidana, Sacred books of the Buddhists Vol. XXI, London Luzac. (Buddhagosas Samantapasadika, the Vinaya commentary). Monastic Discipline. Monastic life offers freedom from distractions and freedom to practice.

This category includes reflections and advice about how monastic discipline can help us to transform our minds and activities, and benefit others. Use the links below and in the sidebar to the left to access related topics. In the small treatise which follows, the good of both bhikkhus (Buddhist monks) and of the lay Buddhist householders has been aimed at and the information presented, the writer believes, is available in no other book.

The standards of conduct described here are those of the Vinaya well-practiced and of the layman's discipline well-applied. Monastic Discipline for the Buddhist Nuns: An English Translation of the Chinese Text of the Mahāsāṃghika-Bhikṣuṇī-Vinaya Akira Hirakawa Kashi Prasad Jayaswal Research Institute.

Chapter 1. Bodily Discipline and Monastic Authority: Shenoute's Earliest Letters to the Monastery Chapter 2. The Ritualization of the Monastic Body: Shenoute's Rules Chapter 3. The Church Building as Symbol of Ascetic Renunciation Chapter 4. Defending the Sanctity of the Body: Shenoute on the Resurrection.

Conclusion. Notes List of Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. Contextualizing Shenoute within the wider debates about asceticism, sexuality, and heresy that characterized late antiquity, Schroeder compares his views on bodily discipline, monastic punishments, the resurrection of the body, the incarnation of Christ, and monastic authority with those of figures such as Cyril of Alexandria, Paulinus of Nola Author: Caroline T.

Schroeder. The Custodians of Monastic Discipline: The Hierarchy While dealing with the nature and meaning of transgression and exception, it was made clear that only a person who was a giyattha (gitartha) or well-versed in monastic discipline could be taken to be the best judge in deciding whether a particular transgression was committed or otherwise.

Sought passively, out of visceral craving, the simple forms of solitude and silence provide an elemental salve to the psyche; sought deliberately, for the purpose of exercising and edifying the soul, solitude and silence become spiritual disciplines, and their benefits expand to the spirit.

When solitude and silence are cultivated and actively.The system of discipline which is set out in the Khandhakas attempts to remedy this situation by the appointment of two categories of teachers called Upajjhāya and acariya who would preside over the conduct of the members of the Saṇgha.

Barring the central authority of the Buddha in his day as the founder of the organization, these two constituted the spiritual leadership of the monastic community.Preface This publication of 'An English translation of the Chinese Text of the Mahasamghika-Bhiksurg-Vinaya' is based on the treatise showing the precepts practiced by the bhiksuul (female member of the Buddhist order) in the time of historical Buddha.

It is called the Mahasamghika-Vinaya because it belongs to the Mahasamghika school, but origin-ally it was derived from the Vinayapitaka of the.