Hsin Hsin Ming ~ 04
|date & time||24 Oct 1974 am|
|location||Lao Tzu balcony, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 21min. Quality: some distortion (under revision).|
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- Reader of the sutras: Sw Ananda Teertha.
- The sutra
- To return to the root is to find the meaning, but to pursue appearances is to miss the source.
- At the moment of inner enlightenment there is a going beyond appearance and emptiness.
- The changes that appear to occur in the empty world we call real only because of our ignorance.
- Do not search for the truth; only cease to hold opinions.
- Do not remain in the dualistic state; avoid such pursuits carefully.
- If there is a trace of this and that, the right and wrong, the mind essence will be lost in confusion.
- Although all dualities come from the one, do not be attached even to this one.
- When mind exists undisturbed in the way, nothing in the world can offend, and when a thing can no longer offend, it ceases to exist in the old way.
- When no discriminating thoughts arise, the old mind ceases to exist.
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