Pleasurable Prajñāpāramitā ushers-in a boundless Buddha-realm that is devoid of all contingent sentimentalities such as sentient beings who bake pies infused with discriminatory ingredients that never satisfies the oversaturated diet of superfluous notions like samsara or nirvana. Thus nothing is neither gained nor lost. The herald of such a no-nonsense realm is the Cittadhatu ennobled with the Element of Truth thus ending all habitual vicissitudes of a once diseased consciousness that labored endlessly in rotten fields of no-good merit. This herald’s Queen is the Element of Perfected Transfiguration who gives birth to the Clear-Light Child whose tabernacle is the Supreme Buddhadharma—home of the exalted Prince of the Tathagatas.
Mañjuśrī is the magistrate of such a realm whose unimpeded Wisdom directs all to softly abide in Equanimity along the shores of the Dharmadhātu. Even Anuttarā Samyaksaṃbodhi is an inadequate language in the direct and undivided awareness that nothing more needs to be obtained since this magistrate is inseparable Bodhi Itself. He demonstrates through his imageless sword that this Buddha-realm was never created and thus can never be destroyed. Here there is nothing to be acquired or transmuted as the All-in-One is never divided by two or three but is indissoluble in the orchestration of the Such whose conductor never even makes an appearance in the guise of ‘one’. The concert-master attunes this ensemble with an inconceivable samādhi wherein nothing is heard but by the Bodhi-minded.
Such is the whiff of the Prajñāpāramitā!