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Dharmatalk: The Land of Neither, Nor

December 8, 2020

“… we need only learn how to let go of our body, mind, feelings, senses and consciousness as naturally as leaves letting go their stems and falling to the ground in autumn …”
Falling Autumn Leaves

“… Emptiness is the most marvelous fullness …”

Description: The Prajna Paramita teachings of Buddhism in some cases may comprise up to 100,000 verses of scripture, or be expressed in a few dozen lines, in the case of the Heart Sutra, or arguably in just one syllable: mu. To truly get what the line from the Heart Sutra means that says, “Avalokiteshvara… clearly saw that all five skandhas are empty,” we need only learn how to let go of our body, mind, feelings, senses and consciousness as naturally as leaves letting go their stems and falling to the ground in autumn.

Post & Featured Image: Falling Autumn Leaves by Subbotina, purchased from depositphotos, for use only on our website/social channels (this image is not permitted to be shared separately from this post)..

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