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Pure Tenuity Methods/Ritual (Qingwei fa ) in Song and Yuan Dynasty Daoism and Local Esoteric Buddhist Traditions
|Issue Date: ||2017-12-25 14:16:07 (UTC+8)|
This paper explores the relationship between Qingwei branch Daoism and local religions. The Qingwei branch is not a complete or consistently structured group, but rather a collective term for a systematized, complex, multi-faceted body of religious practices. This paper attempts to explore the multiplicity of local religion behind strategies to standardize the Qingwei branch, in one regard the commonalities in the formation of multiple forms of Qingwei methods, in another regard discussing the relationship between the Qingwei branch and local religious traditions and the divergences that emerged in localities. At the end of the Song dynasty, Qingwei Daoist teachings and methods were gradually forming in southern Chinese provinces like Guangxi and Fujian. Besides integrating various Daoist lineages, both earlier and current, as well as establishing authority for its teachings and methods, the movement spread widely among China’s intelligentsia, and its disciples dispersed in Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Hubei and Yunnan provinces. Yet, at the same time, each region developed various kinds of local Qingwei methods. In this, the absorption of local esoteric Buddhist rituals such as Yoga and Ucchusma rites into the Qingwei methods illustrates the interactive relationship between local esoteric Buddhism and Qingwei methods. This paper, drawing on extant sources of Qingwei methods, sorts out the materials related to local esoteric Buddhism and analyzes the relationship between the two traditions.
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