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    Heart Sutra

    Hiya all,

    Is there a link where I can find The Heart Sutra in Japanese? I tried doing a search at top right but no joy, and it would be nice to be able to follow it on Saturday.

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Hi!

    Here is a version from Deshimaru's Sangha in the USA
    http://www.nozt.org/teachings/hannyashingyo.shtml
    Maka Hannya Haramita Shingyo
    Kan ji zai bo za tsu
    Gyo jin han ya ha ra mi ta
    Ji sho ken go on kai ku
    Do i sai ku
    Yaku sha ri shi

    Shiki fu i ku
    Ku fu i shiki
    Shiki soku ze ku
    Ku soku ze shiki
    Ju so gyo shiki

    Yaku bu nyo ze
    Sha ri shi
    Ze sho ho ku so
    Fu sho fu metsu
    Fu ku fu jo
    Fu zo fu gen

    Ze ko ku chu
    Mu shiki mu ju so gyo shiki
    Mu gen ni bi ze shin i
    Mu shiki sho ko mi soku ho
    Mu gen kai nai shi mu i shiki kai
    Mu mu myo yaku mu mu myo jin
    Nai shi mu ro shi yaku mu ro shi jin
    Mu ku shu metsu do mu chi yaku mu toku i

    Mu sho toku ko bo dai sa ta e
    Han ya ha ra mi ta ko
    Shin mu ke ge mu ke ge ko
    Mu u ku fu on ri i sai ten do mu so ku gyo ne

    Han san ze sho butso e
    Han ya ha ra mi ta ko
    Toku a noku ta ra san myaku san bo dai
    Ko chi han ya ha ra mi ta
    Ze dai jin shu ze dai myo shu
    Ze mu jo shu ze mu to do shu
    No jo i sai ku shin jitsu fu ko
    Ko setsu han ya ha ra mi ta shu
    Soku setsu shu watsu

    Gya tei gya tei
    Ha ra gya tei
    Hara so gya tei
    Bo ji so wa ka

    Hannya Shingyo
    Hope it helps
    gassho
    Luis/Jinyu

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    And this is how it should sound like:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccy708RQ1DA&feature=related[/video]] ... re=related

    The heart sutra is from your toe to your skull and beyond a living scroll of flesh-sound-beat.
    Neither English nor exotic.

    As you like it


    gassho


    Taigu

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Hiya,
    Thanks Luis, I'm sure that will do very nicely. And thanks Taigu for the link, I don't know if it is intuitive or maybe I remember hearing it, but that is how I was reading in my brain.

    Excellent

    Thank you both

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    OH ... BUT THAT WAS A MISPRINT .... AND WAS TO SAY "HEART SUTRA IN ENGLISH"

    This week's Heart Sutra will be in English ... and is found in our Chant Book, as always ...

    viewtopic.php?p=40410#p40410

    I apologize for the confusion!

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Quote Originally Posted by Taigu
    The heart sutra is from your toe to your skull and beyond a living scroll of flesh-sound-beat.
    Neither English nor exotic.
    Can you explain this a little, Taigu?

    Thank you.


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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Hiya
    Thank you Jundo, did I pass your little test to see if I was taking notice? :lol: I have it in English but it is still nice to be able to study it in Japanese, I think.
    Looking forward to tomorrow, (hope the knees hold out).

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeTurner
    Hiya
    Thank you Jundo, did I pass your little test to see if I was taking notice? :lol: I have it in English but it is still nice to be able to study it in Japanese, I think.
    Looking forward to tomorrow, (hope the knees hold out).

    Gassho

    Joe
    Here it is in Romaji (phonetic alphabet) ...

    Maka Hannya Haramita Shin Gyo*
    (The Heart of the Great Perfection of Wisdom Sutra in JAPANESE)

    Kan Ji Zai Bo Satsu Gyo Jin Han Nya Ha Ra Mi Ta Ji Sho Ken Go* On Kai Ku Do I Sai Ku Yaku Sha Ri Shi Shiki Fu I Ku Ku Fu I Shiki Shiki Soku Ze Ku Ku Soku Ze Shiki Ju So Gyo Shiki Yaku Bu Nyo Ze Sha Ri Shi Ze Sho Ho Ku So Fu Sho Fu Metsu Fu Ku Fu Jo Fu Zo Fu Gen Ze Ko Ku Chu Mu Shiki Mu Ju So Gyo Shiki Mu Gen Ni Bi Ze Shin Ni Mu Shiki Sho Ko Mi Soku Ho Mu Gen Kai Nai Shi Mu I Shiki Kai Mu Mu Myo Yaku Mu Mu Myo Jin Nai Shi Mu Ro Shi Yaku Mu Ro Shi Jin Mu Ku Shu Metsu Do Mu Chi Yaku Mu Toku I Mu Sho Tok ko Bo Dai Sat Ta E Han-Nya Ha Ra Mi Ta Ko* Shin Mu Kei Ge Mu Kei Ge Ko Mu U Ku Fu On Ri Is-Sai Ten Do Mu So Ku Gyo Ne Han San Ze Sho Butsu E Han Nya Ha Ra Mi Ta Ko* Toku A Noku Ta Ra San Myaku San Bo Dai Ko Chi Han-Nya Ha Ra Mi Ta Ze Dai Jin Shu Ze Dai Myo Shu Ze Mu Jo Shu Ze Mu To To Shu No Jo Is sai Ku Shin Jitsu Fu Ko Ko Setsu Han Nya Ha Ra Mi Ta Shu Soku Setsu Shu Watsu Gya* Tei Gya Tei Ha Ra Gya Tei Hara* So Gya Tei Bo Ji Sowa Ka Han Nya Shin Gyo

    and here is a nice recitation in Japanese, with the Kanji (Chinese Characters) ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccy708RQ1DA[/video]]

    Gassho, J

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Thanks for the sutra and the you tube, Jundo and Taigu - its great to see my teachers in such agreement

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Thank you for the translations! And Taigu Sensei thank you for that comment! It's easy for me to space out sometimes when reciting it, but then sometimes I am there in it. At first it was odd for me, but when you are just chanting the sutra, fully chanting it, it's very, very beautiful

    I don't know any Japanese, so my comments come from a completely ignorant perspective, but I just love the sound of the language. And the Heart Sutra is so much more condensed than when it is recited in English.

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeTurner
    Hiya all,

    Is there a link where I can find The Heart Sutra in Japanese? I tried doing a search at top right but no joy, and it would be nice to be able to follow it on Saturday.

    Gassho

    Joe

    Dear Joe,

    are you looking for the Hannya Shingyou in Kanji?
    Here some links:

    http://www.theartofcalligraphy.com/zen- ... netic.html

    http://homepage.mac.com/doubtboy/HeartSutra.html

    With best regards
    ShinMeiDokuJoh

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Hiya,
    thank you so much for the links ShinMeiDokuJoh. As a part time student of calligraphy found the first one particularly fascinating, I look forward to giving it a try one day when I am a bit more confident.
    Again, many many thanks and deep Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Here is a visual rendition of the Heart Sutra;

    http://www.cultureunplugged.com/play/2766/Heart-Sutra

    It's a different approach...

    May you all be well.

    Gassho Nigel

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Hello Nige,
    thanks a lot for the link to the film, I found it most engrossing.
    What started out as Jundo's little typo is turning into an interesting little study for me. Luckily, the Heart Sutra has always been my favourite. Again thanks

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    No probs Joe.
    There are also other films of interest on the site featuring Bernie Glassman and Taisen Deshimaru.

    Best wishes and gassho Nige

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Diamond Sutra spoken in English if it helps...


    http://www.spiritual-happiness.com/chan ... l#buddhist

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Quote Originally Posted by Drut
    Diamond Sutra spoken in English if it helps...


    http://www.spiritual-happiness.com/chan ... l#buddhist
    Yes, I found the constant gongs in my headphones a new way to pierce "suffering". :wink:

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Thank you Drut, a very interesting site.

    Gassho

    Joe

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    Re: Heart Sutra

    Joe, just a very simple piece of advice: if you study the heart sutra in old Japanese, please, get the rhythm right. Don't iron it. Make it bumpy and rocky. So it is always good to listen to the stuff sang by guys and join in,sing along. Until it is part of your cells.
    That's how I learned it.

    gassho

    Taigu

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