Hsin Hsin Ming ~ 07
|date & time||27 Oct 1974 am|
|location||Lao Tzu balcony, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 39min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the sutras: Sw Ananda Teertha.
- The sutra
- Rest and unrest derive from illusion; with enlightenment there is no liking and disliking.
- All dualities come from ignorant inference.
- They are like dreams or flowers in the air: foolish try to grasp them.
- Gain and loss, right and wrong: such thoughts must finally be abolished at once.
- If the eye never sleeps, all dreams will naturally cease.
- If the mind makes no discriminations, the ten thousand things are as they are, of single essence.
- To understand the mystery of this one-essence is to be released from all entanglements.
- When all things are seen equally the timeless self-essence is reached.
- No comparisons or analogies are possible in this causeless, relationless state.
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