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9. True Essence
眞智 can mean the wisdom or knowledge of ultimate truth.
眞智 is also the absolute knowledge of the no-thing or that which is immaterial. This makes more sense when you consider that true wisdom includes the knowledge of both the real and unreal, or what is material and immaterial.
In Japan, 眞智 (Masatoshi) can also be a given name.
真如 comes from the Sanskrit and Pali word often romanized as "tathata" or "tathatā". Originally written, "तथता".
It's a Buddhist term that is often translated as "thusness" or "suchness" but this does not explain it.
A better explanation may be, "the ultimate nature of all things" or "ultimate truth". However, this gives it too strong of a feeling. This concept is sometimes described as being in awe of the simple nature of something - like a blade of grass blowing in the wind, or ripples on water. It is what it is supposed to be, these things are following their nature. Amazing in their mundane simplicity.
Every sect of Buddhism will have a slightly different flavor or explanation, so don't get fixated on one definition.
Notes: Sometimes Buddhists use the word dharmatā, a synonym to tathatā.
In Japan, this can also be the female given name Mayuki, or the surname Majo.
大乘無上法 means the supreme Mahāyāna truth.
This refers to the ultimate reality in contrast with the temporary and apparent. Other translations include "the reliance on the power of the vow of the bodhisattva" or "the peerless great vehicle teaching".
Note: This may suggest that Mahayana Buddhism, as practiced in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other regions is superior (with subtle arrogance) to the original Theravada (or old school) Buddhism. Mahayana and Theravada Buddhists generally get along better than Catholics and Protestants, but there have been schisms.
波羅末陀 is the Chinese and Japanese way to write the ancient Sanskrit word Paramārtha or परमार्थ which now means the highest truth, ultimate truth, ultimate reality, or fundamental meaning.
Paramārtha is actually the name of a famous Buddhist monk born in 499 CE. Paramārtha traveled the world (including Cambodia and territories that are now part of China) to spread the teachings of Buddhism by translating scriptures into the local languages so the truth could be understood by the masses.
So, we should all want to be a Paramārtha, who brings the ultimate truth, knowledge, and enlightenment to others.
極真 is the Japanese title Kyokushin.
The literal meaning is "great truth" or "ultimate truth". However, 極真 is usually associated with the style of stand-up, full contact karate, founded in 1964 by Masutatsu Oyama (大山倍達).
Practitioners of the Kyokushinkai Karate follow a philosophy of discipline and self-improvement.
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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji (Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|shougi / shogi||shèng yì / sheng4 yi4 / sheng yi / shengyi||sheng i / shengi|
|Knowledge of Ultimate Truth||眞智||masatoshi||zhēn zhì / zhen1 zhi4 / zhen zhi / zhenzhi||chen chih / chenchih|
|shou gi tai|
sho gi tai
|shèng yì dì|
sheng4 yi4 di4
sheng yi di
|sheng i ti
Ultimate Nature of All Things
|真如||shinnyo||zhēn rú / zhen1 ru2 / zhen ru / zhenru||chen ju / chenju|
|Ultimate Reality||精眞||shou shin / shoushin / sho shin||jīng zhēn|
|The Supreme Mahayana Truth||大乘無上法|
|dai jou mu jou hou|
dai jo mu jo ho
|dà shèng wú shàng fǎ|
da4 sheng4 wu2 shang4 fa3
da sheng wu shang fa
|ta sheng wu shang fa
|ha ra ma da|
|bō luó mò tuó|
bo1 luo2 mo4 tuo2
bo luo mo tuo
|po lo mo t`o
po lo mo to
|Kyokushin||極真||kyoku shin / kyokushin|
|shintai / shintei||zhēn dì / zhen1 di4 / zhen di / zhendi||chen ti / chenti|
|The True and Complete Enlightenment||眞覺|
|shinkaku||zhēn jué / zhen1 jue2 / zhen jue / zhenjue||chen chüeh / chenchüeh|
|shi shin kaku|
|zhì zhēn jué|
zhi4 zhen1 jue2
zhi zhen jue
|chih chen chüeh
|In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.|
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.
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