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The Real Gnosis of the Buddhas

However one attempts to define IT
The Essence of ITs Unborn Nature
Remains the same—UN-Soiled and UN-Nameable
Even Huang Bo’s whiskers cannot rub-up against It.
As observed from this Mindset
Consciousness and its modes are inadequate
To grasp ITs boundless stature.
The moment you superimpose any thought or image
You are terribly lost and irrevocably damaged.
Here there is neither subject nor object
But stillness in the equipoise of enraptured Self-Nature.
This is the succulent taste of Mind Unborn
The Real Gnosis of the Buddhas. read more

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The self-nature of all things

Painting by Michael Newhall

  1. (Chapter II, v.10) Hearing his words the Buddha, the best knower of the world, looking over the whole assembly, spoke to the son of the Sugata thus:
  2. (Chapter II, v. 174) The Sankha and the Vaiseshika philosophers teach birth from a being or from a non-being; all that are proclaimed by them are inexplicables.

Sankha: Samkhya or Sankhya (Sanskrit: सांख्य, IAST: sāṃkhya) is one of the six āstika schools of Hindu philosophy. It is most related to the Yoga school of Hinduism, and it was influential on other schools of Indian philosophy. … Samkhya is strongly dualist. (Wiki) read more

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