Monday, March 5, 2012

Day 64

The Heart Sutra

Avalokitesuara Bodisattva
when practicing deeply the Prashna Paramita
perceive that all five skandas are empty
and was safe from all suffering and distress

Know then:
form does not differ from emptiness
emptiness does not differ from form
that which is form is emptiness, that which
is emptiness form, these same is true of
feelings, perceptions, impulses, consciousness;
all dhamas are marked with emptiness
they do not appear or disappear, are not
tainted or pure, do not increase or
decrease, therefore in emptiness, no form,
no feeling, no impulses, no perception,
no consciousness, no eyes, no ears
no nose, no tougue, no body, no mind
no colour, no sound, no smell, no taste,
no touch, no object of mind, no realm of sensing,
go forth until no realm of consciousness
no ignorance and no extinction of it, and
so forth until no death, no holding,
no extinction of them, no suffering,
no origination, no stopping, no path,
no cognition, also no attainment with nothing to attain.
the bohdisattva deepens on Prashna Paramita
and the mind is no hindrance
without any hindrance, no fears exist,
for apart from every perverted view
the bodisatva dwells in nivana, in
the three worlds, all Buddhas deepens on
Prashna Paramita and attain the unsurpassed
complete perfect enlightmentmant

Therefore know the Prashna Paramita is
the great transcendent mantra, is the great
bright mantra, is the utmost mantra, is
the supreme mantra which is able to release
all suffering and pain, so proclaim
the Prashna Paramita mantra, proclaim
the matra
ga-te ga-te para ga-te, para sum ga-te
bodhi savra

My ego is but a drop in the Ocean of God and so I let go and let God dissolving into Your Depths.

Lesson 64
Let me not forget my function.

Let me not forget my function. 
Let me not try to substitute mine for God's. 
Let me forgive and be happy.
This is the world it is my function to save.

Think on This...

In giving to these, then, that seek to know more of that circumstance, those conditions as surrounded that ye call the first Christmas: Do not confuse thyselves. While to you it may be a first Christmas, if it were the first then there would be a last; and ye would not worship, ye would not hold to that which passeth. For time never was when there was not a Christ and not a Christ mass.
Reading 262-103

Crucify the Ego

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