SIT-A-LONG with JUNDO: Heart Sutra III (Redux)

LOOKS LIKE THIS TALK IS NOW WORKING, SO LET’S CONTINUE WITH THE ‘HEART SUTRA’ … THANK YOU FOR YOUR HAVING PRACTICED THE PARAMITA OF PATIENCE!

What’s a Paramita, What’s a Prajna Paramita, What’s a Deep Prajna Paramita … and why is Avolokitesvara practicing that Deep Prajna Paramita ??

A/vo/lo/ki/tes/va/ra/ Bo/dhi/satt/va/, A/wa/kened/ One/ of/ Com/pas/sion/,
In/ Praj/na/ Pa/ra/mi/ta/, the/Deep/ Prac/tice/ of/ Per/fect/ Wis/dom/
Per/ceived/ the/ emp/ti/ness/ of /all /five /con/di/tions/,
And/ was/ free/ of/ suf/fer/ing/


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2 Responses to “SIT-A-LONG with JUNDO: Heart Sutra III (Redux)”

  1. Ben Howard Says:

    A helpful talk, Jundo. I too prefer “virtues” to “perfections.” The latter is freighted with moral idealism.However, I wonder about admonitions to drop mental activities, whether they be naming, comparing, or defining. Seeing through those activities is one thing, “dropping” them another. And in my understanding of the Heart Sutra, we are exhorted only to see through them. The dropping, if that’s what it is, will occur on its own.Gassho,Ben

  2. jundo cohen Says:

    Hi Ben,Seeing through & perceiving emptiness by dropping? :-)Gassho,

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