Insights of The Śūraṅgama Sūtra (Part Two)
About the Book
This Mahāyāna Buddhist sūtra has been especially influential in the Chán school of Chinese Buddhism. Some of the key themes of the Śūraṅgama Sūtra form the foundation for Buddhist practice, mainly by samādhi power. The moral precepts in this Sutra are so important that they are often used to combat delusions that may arise during meditation. This book serves as a guide for all Buddhist practitioners to understand the basic ideas of Buddhism and lead their hands through the way of factual practice toward the ten stages of Mahāyāna achievements.
About the Author
Yingxiong Feng (Woody) was an editor, journalist, and news presenter for Guangzhou TV Station for over three years and an economic engineer and official with AQSIQ for five years. He is a Buddhist of Bodhisattva precepts and gained a master’s degree and has published ten books on Buddhism in China. He has given lectures to thousands since 2007 and was invited by Shaolin Temple and China Buddhism Online for the same purpose. He has lived in Australia since 2003.