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Abbreviation

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三時繫念儀範


Source: 佛光電子大辭典

Description: 全一卷。元朝中峰明本撰。全稱中峰三時繫念儀範。今收於卍續藏第一二八冊。為三時繫念佛事之儀範。內容初為舉咒、雲集讚、登座偈、提綱、緣起等,次列三時佛事。第一時佛事誦大阿彌陀經上卷,第二時誦大阿彌陀經下卷,第三時誦觀無量壽經,或三時皆誦彌陀經。各時皆依提綱、講演、舉念、懺悔、發願、西方讚和念之順序。第一時佛事與第二時之間,行齋佛儀式,第二時與第三時之間,修彌陀懺儀。書末附有勸人念佛與念佛正因說等文。

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“The tremendous danger is that this belief - that genuine happiness comes only from pleasant feelings - becomes a strong motivation to stay closed to anything unpleasant. But by staying closed to all unpleasantness, we also stay closed to our own wellspring of compassion.” - Joseph Goldstein
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