Why was Buddhism accepted by Chinese?

Through adaptation and assimilation, Buddhism gradually became a major part of Chinese culture. Having had its ups and downs in Chinese history, it is now reviving by drawing on Western civilization.


Why does Buddhism compare our mind to an ox?

The ox is an important symbol in Buddhist texts, representing both a wayward mind that needs to be disciplined and also the Buddha Vehicle, which carries all sentient beings toward supreme Buddhahood.

Guanyin Bodhisattva’s methods of practice for the benefit of sentient beings

The real Guanyin Bodhisattva’s method is an unsurpassed Dharma method that benefits both the self and others. Every individual can become an embodiment of Guanyin Bodhisattva by practicing hi...

The meaning and states of samadhi

In Chinese Samadhi is transliterated as "sanmei". Samadhi originally means meditative concentration, a state where that the mind and body, or the mind and the environment are one, and you...