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三賢


Source: 佛光電子大辭典

Description:

指修善根以制伏煩惱,使心調和之三種修行階位。可分小乘之五停心、別相念住、總相念住和大乘之十住、十行、十回向三位。(一)小乘三賢位,又作外凡位。即修有漏善根(即順解脫分)之階位。(1)五停心觀位,以五停心觀,抑止貪、瞋、癡、我見、散亂心之五種階位。(2)別相念住位,一面觀身、受、心、法之不淨、苦、無常、無我之自相,同時觀無常、苦、空、無我之共相。(3)總相念住位,即總觀四念住之無常、苦、空、無我之共相之位。以上三位與四善根位(內凡位)合稱七方便位,乃入見道之準備修行階位。又五停心觀位成就奢摩他(止),其他二位成就毘舍那(觀)。
 (二)大乘三賢位,又作三十心。指十地以前之菩薩,其階位有三階十心之別。(1)十住,會理之心,安住不動,稱為住。十住即發心住、治地住、修行住、生貴住、具足方便住、正心住、不退住、童真住、法王子住、灌頂住。(2)十行,行此行,則能進趣於果,稱為行。十行即歡喜行、饒益行、無違逆行、無屈撓行、無癡亂行、善現行、無著行、難得行、善法行、真實行。(3)十回向,回因向果,稱為回向。十回向即救諸眾生離眾生相回向、不壞回向、等一切諸佛回向、至一切處回向、無盡功德藏回向、入一切平等善根回向、等隨順一切眾生回向、真如相回向、無縛無著解脫回向、入法界無量回向。除菩薩瓔珞本業經以十住、十行、十回向為三賢外,另有仁王般若波羅蜜經之十信習種性、十止性種性、十堅心道種性,梵網經卷上之十發趣、十長養、十金剛等。又相對於十信之稱為外凡,此大乘三賢稱為內凡。〔四教義卷五、菩薩瓔珞本業經疏卷下、華嚴經探玄記卷五、華嚴五教章卷三〕(參閱「五十二位」1044、「五停心觀」1144、「四念住」1708、「菩薩階位」5221)

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Source: 陳義孝編, 竺摩法師鑑定, 《佛學常見辭彙》

Description: 1.十住十行十迴向諸位菩薩,但斷見思惑,尚有塵沙無明惑在,未入十地聖位,所以只稱為三賢,或地前菩薩。2.合小乘之五停心觀、別相念處、總相念處三者,名為三賢。


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

三賢===﹝出仁王護國經疏﹞

十住、十行、十回向諸位菩薩皆稱賢者,此就別教而論,蓋諸位菩薩,但斷見、思惑盡,尚有無明惑在,未入聖位,故名賢也。

 

〔一、十住〕,會理之心,安住不動,名之為住。一發心住、二治地住、三修行住、四生貴住、五具足方便住、六正心住、七不退住、八童真住、九法王子住、十灌頂住。

 

〔二、十行〕,行即進趣之義。謂行此行,則能進向於果,名之為行。一歡喜行、二饒益行、三無違逆行、四無屈撓行、五無癡亂行、六善現行、七無著行、八難得行、九善法行、十真實行。

 

〔三、十回向〕,回因向果,名為回向。一救諸眾生離眾生相回向、二不壞回向、三等一切諸佛回向、四至一切處回向、五無盡功德藏回向、六入一切平等善根回向、七等隨順一切眾生回向、八真如相回向、九無縛無著解脫回向、十入法界無量回向。

Page: 出仁王護國經疏


Source: 丁福保《佛學大辭典》

Description: (名數)謂大乘十住十行十回向之菩薩也。仁王護國經疏曰:「十住十行十回向諸位菩薩,皆稱賢者,此就別教而論,蓋諸位菩薩但斷見思惑盡,尚有無明惑在,未入聖位,故名賢。」

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