2016 Chinese Han Transmission Esotericism Academy
8th Academic Symposium
The 8th Academic Symposium of Chinese Han Transmission Esotericism Academy will be held on Saturday, 23 July 2016.
The theme for the 8th Academic Symposium is: Miao Xi Pure Land Revealed in the Southern Deva, A New Appearance of Gu Fan Jin Gang
The topics for thesis writing are as follows:-
1. The Cosmic Significance of the Re-emergence of the Miao Xi Pure Land and the Establishment of Gu Fan Mi Buddhist statues. 2. The Cosmic Significance of the Grand Opening of the Zhi-Ji Museum. 3. An Exchange of Solid Meditation, Solid Realisation and Solid Practice of the 2 Holy Prescriptions and the 8 Holy Medicines. 4. A Discussion of the Lineage Transmission of the Gu Fan Mi Sutras Integrating with Current Language Realms and Modernised Transmission Technologies. 5. A Discussion of the Intermingling of Exoteric and Esoteric Buddhism to Enhance Harmony from within the Religion and Promoting the Internationalisation of Han Transmission Buddhism. 6. A Discussion of the mutual relationship between Gu Fan Mi Dharma and the outstanding traditional culture of China. 7. The Significance and MutualRelationship of How Holy Tantra Family and the Rainbow Transformation Reincarnation Dharma Method can Advance Human Civilisation. 8. A Continued Discussion on "Buddhism Beyond Boundaries". 9. To the Current Date there have been 556 sessions of Holy Tantra Dragon Discourses. What sort of cosmic messages has Chinese Han Transmission Tantrayana Buddhism - Holy Tantra Gu Fan Mi Jin Gang Dhyana Buddhism shared. 10. What relationship does the Gu Fan Mi significance, the traditional significance, the modern day significance of the 4 Great Heavenly Kings have with the universe and all mankind?
We welcome those who are within Buddhism, those who are within the School, all academics and friends who are interested in Chinese Han Transmission Tantrayana Buddhism -- Holy Tantra Gu Fan Mi Jin-Gang-Dhyana Buddhism, to participate in the writing and submission of theses. Enthusiastic submission of papers from pilgrimage practitioners is welcomed
The due date for thesis is 17 June 2016.
Please email thesis to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thesis must include a title.
Word count: For Chinese - no less than 4000 characters, no upper limit. If possible, please also submit English translation.
We welcome theses written in Sanskrit, Pali, English, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Vietnamese, Indonesian and other languages.
Citations in papers must be referenced and its origin clearly stated.
Please also include an abstract, of 300 - 500 words, with 3 - 5 keywords.