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摩醯首羅天王


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

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梵語摩醯首羅,華言大自在。謂法雲地菩薩,修行十地法門,具足眾德,多作第四禪摩醯首羅天王,主三千世界;於法自在,能授聲聞、獨覺、一切菩薩,波羅蜜道,所有問難,無能屈者;以自光明,能令眾生,身心清涼,皆得安隱,故云摩醯首羅天王。

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"By being able to keep still for bare attention, or to pause for wise reflection, very often the first temptation to lust, the first wave of anger, the first mist of delusion, will disappear without causing serious entanglement. At which point the current of unwholesome thought process is stopped will depend on the quality of mindfulness." - Nyanaponika Thera
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