Readiness, Mindfulness

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Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind, p. 113 | ZMBM Chart

From p. 113 of Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind. (Can’t find other version) [Los Altos]

In the Prajna Paramita Sutra the most important point, of course, is the idea of emptiness. Before we understand the idea of emptiness, everything seems to exist substantially. But after we realize the emptiness of things, everything becomes real--not substantial. When we realize that everything we see is a part of emptiness, we can have no attachment to any existence; we realize that everything is just a tentative form and color. Thus we realize the true meaning of each tentative existence. When we ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).

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