SR022 - VII 1: Roshi talk - Meal Sutra (copied) - 2: " little bit 2: (ready to go at 000 after Jan 11 lecture) (copied) - ZMC - 1968 year?
Speed adjusted ------- 1 Kegon Sūtra: Buddhāvatamsaka-sūtra (Sanskrit) or Kegon-kyō (Jap.). Thefundamental sūtra for the Chinese Huayen school and Japanese Kegon School ofBuddhism. 2 Suzuki-rōshi discusses ri and ji extensively in the Sandōkai lectures: "Whenyou practice zazen more, you can accept things as your own, whatever it is, youknow. That is actually the teaching of, you know, famous teaching of Kegon—jiji-muge. Jiji-muge means 'being has no,' you know, 'no barrier, no disturbance.' It—it, you know—interrelated closely. And it is difficult to say, 'This is bird, and thisis me,' because it is interrelated very closely. So it is difficult to separate bluejayfrom me. That is jiji-muge." [From fourth Sandōkai lecture, SR-70-06-03, p. 3.] 3 Lecture SR-68-01-11. 4 gokumi: See Lecture SR-70-06-13. 5 kome (Jap.): uncooked white rice. 6 kuyō (Jap.): veneration. 7 Or pūjā. 8 zukō (Jap.): to powder one's whole body with fine incense. 9 The Lotus Sūtra. Source: City Center original tape. Verbatim transcript by Diana Bartle and Bill Redican (11/6/01). *** File name: 68-01-12: Samantabhadra Buddha (titled by pf) (Verbatim) frgmnt to :50 slowed downat1st spedat:43. Q & A after lecture. Footnotes restored 10/12/2020.