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Title: 高攀龍的靜坐實踐及其體悟
The Practice and Experience of Meditation from Pan-Long Kao
Authors: 楊菁
Contributors: 國文學系
Keywords: 高攀龍;靜坐;明代理學家;顧憲成
Pan-Long Gao;Meditation;The Confucian living in the Ming dynasty;Xian-Cheng Gu
Date: 2011-06
Issue Date: 2015-02-02T04:54:27Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學國文學系
Abstract: 自古以來,「靜定」即是修養身心的重要方法,宋、明以來的理學家也多講靜坐之法,而明代的高攀龍是少數將靜坐之法的實踐及體悟,講得詳細入微的,且他一生自少至老,幾乎不間斷地從事靜坐,並有許多的體悟。也因為他從靜坐中得到的益處,認為靜坐可以定心氣、與所讀之書相印證,最後得見本性。本文亦歸納出他所提及的一些靜坐方法,如平常、主一、涵泳聖人之言、動靜一如等,除了了解高攀龍在靜坐實踐中所常用的方法外,也希望可以提供後學學習的途徑及方法。
Meditation is an important method to modify one's behavior and mind since the ancient times in China. It is highly appreciated by most of the Confucian since Song and Ming dynasties. Among them, Pan-Long Gao is one of the few people that could elucidate the meditating methods accurately and share his experience delicately.Gao constantly practiced in meditation and received great benefit from it. The meditating effect he advocated includes having a tranquil mind, dancing coherently with what you read and understanding your character.In this study, we summaried the meditating methods suggested by Gao, e.g. practicing in common life, concentration, reviewing what the saint ever said and regulating your mental status without any disturbance under everyday activity. The purpose of this essay is to present the meditating methods that Gao frequently used and to provide a pathway to learn meditation.
Relation: 國文學誌, 22: 301-333
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