Shingon Buddhismus Bücher

Bücher über den Shingon Buddhismus

Die folgende Liste enthält alle Bücher, mit denen Dr. Mark Hosak seine Dissertation „Die Siddham in der japanischen Kunst in Ritualen der Heilung“ geschrieben hat. Eine wahre Fundgrube für alle, die Interesse am geheimen Buddhismus der Schulen Shingon und Tendai haben. Das Wissen dieser Bücher ist ebenso die Grundlage für den Buddhistischen Teil des Reiki-Stils Shingon Reiki.
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  • Anesaki, Masaharu. History of Japanese Religion. Rutland: Tuttle Publishing, 1931.
  • Arai Yûsei 新居祐政. Kôyasan Shingon-shû danshinto hikkei 高野山真言宗檀信徒必携. Kôyasan: Kôyasan shuppansha, 1988.
  • Arai Yûsei 新居祐政. Shingon – Esoteric Buddhism. Penedale: Shingon Buddhist International Institute, 1995.
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  • Bedini, Silvio. The Trail of Time. Time measurement with incense in East Asia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.
  • Birnbaum, Raoul. Der heilende Buddha. Eine Einführung in das psychosomatische Heilsystem des Buddhismus. Bern und München: Goldmann, 1982.
  • Bocking, Brian. A popular dictionary of Shinto. Psychology Press, 1997.
  • Bonji jiten. 梵字辞典. Tôkyô: Yûzankaku, 1993.
  • Bonji Taikan. 梵字大鑑. Tôkyô: Meichô Fukyûkai. 名著普及会, 1983.
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  • Busshari no bijutsu 佛舎利の美術. Nara: Nara kokuritsu hakubutsukan. 1975.
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  • Daigoji ten. Inori to bijutsu no denrai – daigo no hanami yonhyaku nen 醍醐寺展. 祈りと美術の伝来. 秀吉・醍醐の花見四〇〇年. Tôkyô: Benridô, 2003.
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  • Faure, Bernard. Visions of Power. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996.
  • Frédéric, Louis. Buddhism – Flammarion Iconographic Guides. Paris: Flammarion, 1995.
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  • Gardiner, David L. Mandala, Mandala on the Wall: Variations of Usage in the Shingon School, in: The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (JIABS). Vol. 19. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1996.
  • Genshoku nihon no bijutsu 原色日本の美術. Bd. 20. Tôkyô: Shôgakukan, 1969.
  • Goepper, Roger. Shingon. Die Kunst des Geheimen Buddhismus in Japan. Köln: Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst der Stadt Köln, 1988.
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  • Green, Ronald Steve. Kukai, founder of Japanese Shingon Buddhism: Portraits of his life. Diss. The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003.
  • Grewe, Gabriele. Buddhistische Kultgegenstände Japans. Ein Handbuch. Wadakita: Gokuraku an,1996.
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  • Hane Mikisô. Premodern Japan. A Historical Survey. Boulder: Westview Press, 1991.
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  • Hayami Tasuku 速水侑. Jujutsu shûkyô no sekai 呪術宗教の世界. Tôkyô: Hanawa shinshu, 1987.
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  • Hilbrecht, Heinz. Meditation und Gehirn: Alte Weisheit und moderne Wissenschaft. Stuttgart: Schattauer, 2010.
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  • Horton, Sarah Johanna. Mukaekô – Practice for Deathbed, in: Stone, Jaqueline Ilyse and Walter, Mariko Namba (editors). Death and the Afterlife in Japanese Buddhism. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2009.
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  • Ihara Kôgetsu. Shingonshû shônen kyôshi kai. Shingonshû butsuzen kingyô shidai. 真言宗仏前勤行次第. Marugame: Shikoku junpai yôhin sentaa, (Erscheinungsjahr unbekannt)
  • Ikeguchi Ekan 池口恵觀. Shingon Mikkyô no shinpi: Gyô to kaji ryoku 真言密教の神秘―行と加持力. Osaka: Toki Shobô, 1990.
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  • Inoue, Mitsusada 井上光貞. Rekishi sanpo jiten 歴史散歩事典. Tôkyô: Yamagawa Shuppan, 1996.
  • Ishida Shige. Mikkyô hôgu no kenkyû 密教法具の研究, in: Mikkyô hôgu. 密教法具. Tôkyô: Kôdansha, 1965.
  • Ishihara Daitô (Hrsg.) Shingon – Bonji no kiso chishiki. 真言・梵字基礎知識. Tôkyô: Daihô rinkaku, 1993.
  • Itô Shirô 伊東史朗. Ninnaji 仁和寺, in: Nihon no kokuhô 日本の国宝.  Bd. 1. Nr. 14. Tôkyô: Asahi shinbunsha, 1997.
  • Itô Toshihiko. Ise monogatari e. 伊勢物語絵. Tôkyô: Kadokawa shoten, 1984.
  • Iyano Bihô 伊矢野美峰. Shugendô. 修験道. Tôkyô: Daihô rinkaku, 2005.
  • Izumi Takeo 泉武夫, in: Ôchô no butsugu to girei. 王朝の佛具と儀礼. Kyôto: Kyôto kokuritsu hakubutsukan, 1998.
  • Japan. An Illustrated Encyclopedia. Tôkyô: Kôdansha, 1994.
  • Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary. Revised Edition. 日英佛教辞典. Tôkyô: Daitô shuppansha,1991.
  • Jûyô bunkazai – Betsumaki I – Zônai nônyûhin. 重要文化財別巻 Ⅰ – 像内納入品. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1978.
  • Jûyô bunkazai 1 – Chôkoku 1 重要文化財 1 – 彫刻 I. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1971.
  • Jûyô bunkazai 24 – Kôgei hin 1 Kinkô 重要文化財第 24  – 工芸品 I 金工. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1976.
  • Jûyô bunkazai 29 – Kôkô 2 重要文化財第 XXIX – 工高 II. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1976.
  • Jûyô bunkazai 3 – Chôkoku III 重要文化財 3 – 彫刻 III. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1973..
  • Jûyô bunkazai 6 Chôkoku III 重要文化財 – 6 彫刻 VI. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1975.
  • Jûyô bunkazai 9 – kaiga 3 重要文化財9- 絵画3. Tôkyô: Mainichi shinbunsha, 1976.
  • Justin Stein. Reiki Balances the Chakras: a Japanese Healing Practice in New Age India. (PDF) (Erscheinungsjahr unbekannt)
  • Justin Stein. The Historical Significance of Mikao Usui in Japan. (PDF) (Erscheinungsjahr unbekannt)
  • Kitao Ryûshin 北尾隆心. Mikkyô meisô no kenkyû – Kôgyô Daishi Kakuban no Ajikan. 密教瞑想の研究 – 興行大師覚鑁の阿字觀.  Ôsaka: Tôhô, 2002.
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  • Kôbô Daishi to mikkyô bijutsu 弘法大師と密教美術. 1983-1984. Tôkyô: Asahi shinbunsha, 1984.
  • Kodama Giryû 児玉義隆. Bonji de miru mikkyô. Sono oshie, imi, kakikata. 梵字でみる密教・その教え・意味・書き方. Tôkyô: Daihô rinkaku, 2004.
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  • Kôno Shôkô 河野正光. Kôyasan konpon daitô no kenkyû 高野山根本大塔の研究. Kôya: Kôyasan daigaku, 1934.
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