The Sutra of Forty-two Chapters
Having attained Buddhahood, the World Honored One reflected: To abandon desire and be immersed in stillness is the supreme Way.
The Heart of Prajna Paramita Sutra
Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, while deeply immersed in prajna paramita, clearly perceived the empty nature of the five skandhas, and transcended all suffering.
Fundamental Concepts of Buddhism
anuttara-samyak-sambodhi 阿耨多羅三藐三菩提 Anuttara: unsurpassed. Samyak sambodhi: right and comprehensive understanding (complete enlightenment). Unsurpassed complete enlightenment is the state of a buddha. Arhat 阿羅漢 (Sanskrit). A Buddhist saint who has realized emptiness, having eradicated all afflictions. An arhat is no longer subject to death and rebirth. attachments 執著 To crave or desire anything, to cling to or despise anything, […]
From Bodhi Mind to Ultimate Enlightenment
If we can observe the pure precepts, awaken to the bodhi mind, and are replete with practice and principle, we are in accord with the way of the great bodhisattvas.
Abide in the Mahayana Mind
Abiding in the Mahayana Mind helps the self; skillfully employing expedient means helps others. By using various expedient means we can teach and guide countless sentient beings to abide in the Mahayana Mind.
Tale of a Monkey
Once upon a time in a mountain, there lived a monkey who had great strength and wisdom...