Obscurations, two→ drippa nyi (T) → The first kind of obscuration to achieving enlightenment along the path is the cognitive obscurations (Tib. shes sgrib) and the second kind are the emotional obscruations (Tib. nyon sgrib).
Obstacle and hardship.
Ocean-Wide Lotus AssemblyPhật → The Lotus Assembly represents the gathering of Buddha Amitabha, the Bodhisattvas, the sages and saints and all other superior beings in the Land of Ultimate Bliss.
Ogha sutta (P) → Sutra on Floods → Name of a sutra.(SN XLV.171) → Tên một.
Ogha-tarana sutta (P) → Sutra on Crossing Over the Flood → Name of a sutra. (Suttan i.1) → Tên một.
Oja (S) → The rupa which is nutrition.
Ōjin (J)→ See Nirmāṇakāya.
Okite (S) → Rules of conduct.
Okkantika-samyutta (P)→ Recurring → Name of a sutra.(chapter SN XXV) → Tên một .
Okkha sutta (P) → Sutra on Serving Dishes → Name of a sutra. (SN XX.4) → Tên một.
Olarika rūpas (S) → Gross rupas (sense objects and sense organs).
Oṃ (S) Ôm → Aum → Um → án → The most simple, yet sacred mantra in Buddhism and other indian religions.
Oṃ Maṇi Padme Hūm (S)→ Precious pearl in a lotus. → Ngọc quí trong .
Omnisciencetrí, → All-knowing wisdom of the Buddha.
On the Meaning of Meditative Good Acts
sớ → The third fascicle of the four-fascicle commentary on the Contemplation Sutra by Shan-tao.
Once-returner→ A sage who has only one rebirth left before reaching Arhatship and escaping birth and death.
One Mind→ The single-minded trust in Amida which Vasubandhu professed in his Hymn of Aspiration for Birth in the Pure Land; in Shinran’s interpretation, the One Mind is the same as the Three Minds, or the three aspects of Faith of the Eighteenth Vow.
One Thought and Many Callingsđa niệm văn ý → A work by Shinran when he was 85 years of age, in which he quotes from Ryukan’s work to show that one should not be attached to either one thought of Faith or many sayings of the Nembutsu.
One-Life Bodhisattva→ A Bodhisattva who is one lifetime away from Buddhahood. The best known example is the Bodhisattva Maitreya.
Oneness→ A synonym of True Suchness; the ultimate truth and reality which is undivided and perfect by itself.
One-Vehicle Dharma→ See Ekayāna.
One-Vehicle teaching→ Ekayāna (S).
One-Vehicle teaching of the Primal Vow Bổn nguyện→ Shin Buddhism is the way of salvation originating from Amida’s Primal Vow, which is firmly grounded in the One-Vehicle teaching.
Opamma-samyutta (P)→ Comparisons → Name of a sutra.(chapter SN XX) → Tên một .
Orategama (J)→ Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Organ Căn → See.
Original nature→ Xem .
Original Vows→ The vows which bodhisattvas make when they resolve to become Buddhas and save all sentient beings; in the Pure Land sutras they refer to Dharmakara’s 48 Vows.
Osel (T)→ Clear light.
Other Shore→ Para (S) → The other shore of the stream of transmigration; the state of emancipation.
Other-power→ Amida’s saving power originating from his Primal Vow. Other-power is absolutely necessary if a Bodhisattva is to attain Ultimate Enlightenment. The Lankavatara Sutra (the only sutra recom-mended by Bodhidharma) and the Avatam-saka are emphatically clear on this point.
Other-power faith →The Faith awakened by Amida’s Power.
Other-power way →hành môn, The way of attaining Enlightenment through the Other-Power.
Oupali (S)→ One of the Buddha’s disciples → Một Phật, trước làm nghề , hạ tiện, theo 6 ông hoàng Thích đi , sau , được Phật khen là đệ nhất.
Ōbai (J)→ See Huang-mei.
Ōbaku Kiun (J)→ See Huang-po Hsi-yun.
Ōbaku-kiun (J)→ Name of a monk. → Tên một vị sư.
Ōbaku-shū (S)→ Name of a school or branch. → Tên một .
Ōryō Enan (J)→ See Huang lung Huinan.
Ōryō E’nan (J)→ See Huang-lung Hui-nan.
Ōryō-ha (J)→ See Huang-lung p’ai.
Ōryoko (J)(âm Hán là ) → The bowls given to a Buddhist upon being ordained.