Buddhahood of Grasses and Trees

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The doctrine about the attainment of Buddhahood by insentient beings such as grasses and trees (caomu chengfo in Chinese; sōmoku jōbutsu in Japanese) was originally developed within medieval Chinese Buddhism ...

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