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IO appears co refer to a power or activity available to an accomplished teach er a power that he also applies in dispensing appropriate instruction. " 3 Here and in the following exchange, this expression , 4 Thirty years is, according co Professor Iriya, a common unit of practice; it corresponds roughly fa the number of years one can devote to religious prac� tice in one lifetime. Yunmen may thus say that this power can be realized only after a lifetime of arduous practice . " With this the Master left his seat.
Originally used by Indian Buddhist monks to drive away insects. " Yoshitaka lriya, Ruth Fuller Sasaki. and Burton Wat-: son, "On Some Texts of Ancient Spoken Chinese" (unpublished typescript) , p. 30. 126 Correspon ding to the Occasion ought to take your staff, smash his head, and go away! Otherwise you'll end up among the followers of Deva Mara I and ruin our tradition. ' I keep telling you that all the buddhas of past, present, and future from lands innumerable as specks of dust, including the rwenty-eight Indian and the six Chinese pa triarchs, are all on top of this staff; they expound the Buddhist teaching, manifest by virtue of their spiritual powers in different fonns, and let their voices be heard at will in all ten directions, without the slightest hindrance.
Don't idle away your time bunl rning around in the provinces and loitering in the districts, wan dering thousands of miles with your staff acro ss your shoulders, spending a winter here and a summer there, enjoying the beauti ful mountains and rivers and doing whatever you feel like, being provided with plenry of donated food and easily obtaining worldly possessions. What a shame that is, what a shame! ' What is the use of such pilgrimages? How dare you consume the faithful almsgiver's bunch of vegetables or even a single grain of his rice?