Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: 「勅水禁壇」的科儀思想及其儀式象徵
Other Titles: The Keyi Thoughts of "Chi Shui Jin Tan" and the Symbol of the Rite
Authors: 林庭宇
Issue Date: Mar-2010
Publisher: 國文學系
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Abstract: 「勅水禁壇」是臺灣北部道法二門在進行醮典時,用以肅清壇場,使之成為清淨神聖場域的一項重要科儀。本文由考察相關文獻著手,確定「勅水禁壇」科儀兼具了「蕩祟驅邪」與「潔淨解穢」的雙重意義。接著由儀式本身進行的過程,配合科儀本的內容,以及高功實際進行儀式時的種種口訣密咒、身形步法,對「勅水禁壇」的科儀思想進行深入探討,並發掘其儀式象徵,希望透過本文的討論,凸顯道教科儀在文化、思想上的重要性與豐富性。
“Chi shui jin tan” is an important rite to make the location around the rite a tranquil and sacred area when the “Dao fa er men” in northern Taiwan is undertaking the religious rite. The writer, with the related historical information and documents, makes sure that “Chi shui jin tan” has a double meaning—“to expel evil” and “to purify.” Then, according to the process of the rite, the contents in the rite book, and various spells and actions of a Taoist priest who is undertaking the rite, the writer does a deep research on the keyi thoughts of “Chi shui jin tan” and explores the symbol of the rite, hoping to make use of the discussion in this text to manifest the importance and abundance of a Taoist rite on culture and thought.
Other Identifiers: 0BF5D480-C090-ABDA-D4A1-019A3255D6C7
Appears in Collections:中國學術年刊

Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.