Shingon Texts (BDK English Tripitaka)
This volume includes five texts by the founder of the Shingon school of Esoteric Buddhism, Kûkai (774–835), and two by Kakuban (1095–1143), founder of the Shingi-Shingon school. Translated by Rolf W. Giebel, the works by Kûkai include On the Differences between the Exoteric and Esoteric Teachings (Benkenmitsunikyôron), The Meaning of Becoming a Buddha in This Very Body (Sokushinjôbutsugi), The Meanings of Sound, Sign, and Reality (Shôjijissôgi), The Meanings of the Word Hûm (Unjigi), and The Precious Key to the Secret Treasury (Hizôhôyaku). Translated by Dale A. Todaro, the works by Kakuban include The Illuminating Secret Commentary on the Five Cakras and the Nine Syllables (Gorinkujimyôhimitsushaku) and The Mitsugonin Confession (Mitsugoninhotsurosangemon).
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