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Polishing The Diamond Enlightening The Mind
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Author: Kim Jae Woong
Publisher: Yonghwa
Pub. Date: Sep. 2013
Pages: 370
Cover: Paperback
Dimensions (in inches): 6.02 x 8.93 x 0.62
ISBN: 9788996935766
Language: English
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Contents

Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
· xiii
Author’s Preface · xv
Introduction The Enlightened Teacher, Master Baek Sung Wook · 1
Studying under the Master · 2
Following in the footsteps of the Master · 9
About the Master’s teaching · 12
One The World That Is Created By The Mind · 17
Sound of a bell · 18 
The image in the mind · 19 
A millionaire’s karmic retribution · 20
Surrendering your delusions · 22
Surrender even the sins · 24
Scolding taints the mind · 26
Two Surrendering the Mind to Buddha · 27
Joy at seeing your karmic hindrances · 28
Not holding on to delusions · 31
Surrendering while watching the mind · 33
Surrendering the mind to Buddha · 36
Analogy from the Avalokiteshvara Sutra · 40 
Three poisons: greed, hatred, and arrogance · 42
Mind’s poison and body’s disease · 46
Six perfections · 48
Three Purifying the Mind, Enlightening the Mind · 49
Surrendering the hatred · 50
Holy teacher Tulle · 52
Purifying the mind, enlightening the mind · 54
The person who enlightens me is my Buddha · 56
Surrendering the attachment to the body · 57
Purify anger to achieve Buddhahood · 61
The burning fire · 63
Check the door lock at the third hour · 65
About the practice time · 66
Discriminating minds occur in units of three · 68
See your own face and surrender your faults · 69
Four Be True to the Present Present · 71
Be true to the present present · 72
Minding the store · 74
Not losing your mindfulness · 76
A positive mentality · 77
The mind that shelters no impossibilities · 79
Be free from preconceived notions · 80
Hell is when you have a strong ego · 82
Only my mother · 83
Everyone helps me · 84
Do not stop people from coming to you, 
nor stop them from leaving you · 86
Five May You Accumulate Much Merit · 89
Don’t just hope to be well off, 
plant the causes to be well off · 90
Great merit of no limit · 93
Surrender even your merit · 95
You cannot give your merit to someone else, 
nor can you accept someone else’s merit · 96
How to sustain oneself in the future · 98
Purify your needy mind, cultivate your plentiful mind · 99
Not imprinting poverty on one’s mind · 100
Black puppy · 101
Palace grandmother · 103
Earning three times your wage · 106
Why money is necessary · 108
Offering a meal to a dharma seeker · 110
Offering and accepting devotion · 112
The mentality of not being indebted · 114
A bowl of rice · 116
Six Reverence, the Fragrance of Eternity · 117
Trees in front of the Buddha hall · 118
Nonduality based on utmost reverence · 119
Surrender with reverence · 121
King Ashoka · 124
Venerable Shariputra · 126
Snow and star · 127
Visiting the Master at daybreak · 129
When you give the Diamond Sutra · 135
Seven May We All Serve Buddha Well, Parwon! · 137
May we all serve Buddha well, parwon! · 138
Buddha work is based on won · 140
Every moment we fulfill our wishes, 
yet every moment we complain · 141
The governor of Gyeongsang Province · 143
Sentient beings leave the world after fulfilling their wishes · 145
Eight Absolute Freedom Is Loneliness · 147
Absolute freedom is loneliness · 148
When you are freed from loneliness · 150
Keep a distance the length of a bull’s rein 
when you get to know someone · 152
Warmth is within Buddha’s bosom · 154
An embroidered phoenix might be seen, 
but the needle tip cannot be seen · 156
The Zelkova tree · 157
The virtue of water · 159
My mind tree · 160
Kashyapa, what is the mind? · 161
Nine Enlightened Masters · 167
Bodhidharma · 168
Two masters in Myohyang Mountain · 170
Master Hakuin · 174
Ten The Path That We All Tread Together · 177
Three vehicles · 178
When one pursues the path, nine generations benefit · 180
About giving · 182
Giving without seeking reward · 186
Compassion · 189
Master Wonhyo and the raccoon cubs · 191
Memorial day · 193
The mistake of teaching others · 195
Saving beings is Buddha’s job, our job is serving Buddha · 197
The enlightened being walks one step ahead of the ordinary being · 199
The children who practice surrendering · 200
Eleven Reading the Diamond Sutra, Surrendering the Mind · 203
The Diamond Sutra, Shakyamuni Buddha’s spiritual housekeeping · 204
Why one reads the Diamond Sutra · 207
How to read the Diamond Sutra · 209
Ten years of practice and Namo Amitabha Buddha · 210
Tathagata Maitreya, where Shakyamuni Buddha’s mind is · 212
Why we recite Mireukjon Yeoraebul · 214
Twelve Stories of Cause and Effect · 217
The master who was born as a water buffalo · 218
King Cheoljong and Pak Yeong-Ho · 221
When a wicked person is well off · 223
Karmic retribution for taking a life · 225
Killing should be avoided · 227
Why we cannot but surrender the mind · 229
About the repeated cycle of birth and death · 230
Life as a wayfarer · 234
The sound of laughter · 236
Thirteen At the Monastery · 239
When the rays of spring come · 240
The mud house · 244
Young spiritual seeker and early spring · 247
Fourteen Path of the Bodhisattva · 253
May you plant great merit in the New Year · 254
Kind intentions will return to you · 255
The root of suffering · 256
The Dharma lecture of the pointing finger · 257
My fault · 258
A boulder · 259
Practicing the bright mind · 260
Realization and practice · 261
After death that is not far away, what body will I receive? · 262
The weighing scale of our conscience · 263
Cleaning the monastery · 264
Modesty is the greatest virtue · 265
The practice of lowering oneself · 266
Ask the experts · 268
The fragrance of virtue · 269
Scholar Kim Jip · 270
A spiritual legacy for future generations · 273
Ego · 276
The mindset of practice · 278
People who truly love themselves · 280
Retributive karmic ties · 281
Towards the mind of Buddha · 283
Spotted sleeper fish · 285
Emptying is the practice · 286
The difference between a bodhisattva and a sentient being · 288
Housekeeping of the mind · 289
Fifteen To practitioners · 291
Look back on yourself · 292
Do not become indebted · 293
The honesty of a practitioner · 294
The essence of spiritual practice · 296
Strengths and weaknesses · 298
Overcome the mind of dislike · 299
Sacrifice your life to cultivate the mind · 300
Your fellow practitioners are your teachers · 302
Three poisonous minds · 303
Change at once · 305
Keep Buddha in your mind 307
Sin-eon-seo-pan: body, words, writing and decision · 309
As if this day were your last · 310
Practitioner · 311
The method of practice · 313
When you do monastery work · 315
The path of the bodhisattva · 316
Preparing the monasteries · 318
Sixteen Practice in Daily Life · 325
Teaching within everyday life · 326
I should do my own chores · 328
Putting others first · 330
Putting the monastery first · 332
Why we must be frugal · 333
Your everyday life must change · 337
What are your thoughts · 339
Meticulous care · 341
Safety comes first · 343
The sanctity of life · 345
Like the bamboo trees standing tall to the sky · 350
Practice that flows like water · 352
Learning from nature · 353
Master’s worries · 354
Glossary · 359

 
 

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