Essence of Buddhist Sutra: Prajnaparami Heart Sutra
Translated by Xuanzang, a Buddhist monk of the Tang Dynasty
唐 三藏法师玄奘 译
When the Bodhisattva Guanzi and the Prajna Paramita are deep, he can see that all the five implications are empty and overcome all the hardships.
Buddhist relics, color does not differ from emptiness, emptiness does not differ from color, color is emptiness, emptiness is color, and the same is true for people who want to know.
The Buddhist relics are the empty forms of all dharma, which are immortal, neither dirty nor clean, nor increase or decrease.
Therefore, there is no color in the air, no perception, no eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body and mind, no color, sound, smell, touch, vision, even unconsciousness, no ignorance, no ignorance, no old death, no old death, no bitterness, no wisdom, and no gain.
Because there is no gain, Bodhisattva border, according to Prajna Paramita, has no worries; No worries, no fears, no upside down dreams, nirvana.
Three generations of Buddhas, according to Prajna Paramita, have attained Anuttarasambhuti.
It is known that Prajna Paramita is the Great God Mantra, the Great Ming Mantra, the Supreme Mantra, and the Supreme Mantra. It can eliminate all suffering and is true.
So Prajna Paramita Mantra. That is to say, the mantra says: Jiedi Jiedi, Polo Jiedi, Polo Monk Jiedi, Bodhi Saha.
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