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HUMANITY AWAKE 新義真言宗 - Koyasan MulaSarvāstivādan School, Japan Volume I-IV Vira Avalokita, Sthera
Koyasan MulaSarvāstivādan School
Volume I-IV
Vira Avalokita, Sthera

Dr.  Vira Avalokita, Dai Shi

The author of these various works is the Venerable Vira Avalokita, Sthera
A registered Left-Home Person (63 Showa) of Mt. Koyasan in Japan.

Sensei has practiced now for almost thirty years as Buddhist teacher in Cambodia, Japan and the United States. He is presently has a residence in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where he serves the sick
And the poor has been for fifteen years.

Now Sensei teaches about Scientific and Humanistic Buddhism
All his written works relate to this subject exclusively.
He writes from a Mulasarvastian perspective, a realistic school,
All of these Theories were first taught by Gautama Buddha,
And were expanded and explained by Saint Kōbō Daishi (9th century)
Founder of Mt. Kōysan, Shingon Shu, Japan

Volume I - Foundations and Theories (1,3 MB)

Volume II - Theory in Practice (4,7 MB)

Volume III - Ritual Practices (3 MB)

Volume IV - Ritual Practices (9 MB)

A related topic in the forum you can find here:[English] Sarvastivada School of Realism, by Venerable Vira Avalokita

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