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    The heart sutra

    Heart Sutra

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    Buddhist Chant - Heart Sutra (Mandarin) by Imee Ooi

    "The little space within the heart is as great as the vast universe. The heavens and the earth are there, and the sun and the moon and the stars. Fire and lightning and winds are there, and all that now is and all that is not." ~The Upanishads ..*

    Buddha met ondergaande zon.

    Through peaceful hearts, Peaceful feelings, And peaceful intelligence, May this world truly move From darkness to light. -17th Gyalwang Karmapa _/ૐ\_

    "A contented heart is a calm sea in the midst of all storms."

    HEART SUTRA BUDDHA

    The Diamond Sutra--Diamond sutra is a short Mahayana sutra of the Perfection of Wisdom (prajna-paramita) genre. The diamond sutra teaches the practice staying in the middle path and avoidance of abiding in extremes of mental attachment. Mind always moves to the extreme of any thing. Abiding in the middle means living in this present moment and the self is revealed in the practice of middle.

    Diamond sutra is a short Mahayana sutra of the Perfection of Wisdom (prajna-paramita) genre. The diamond sutra teaches the practice staying in the middle path and avoidance of abiding in extremes of mental attachment. Mind always moves to the extreme of any thing. Abiding in the middle means living in this present moment and the self is revealed in the practice of middle.

    Segment of the Lotus Sutra (Hokekyō). Attributed to Kujō Kanezane (Japanese, 1149–1207). Hanging scroll; ink on colored paper decorated with cut and sprinkled gold and silver leaf. The text, from chapter 19, is a litany of fabled fragrances. This is an example of an ultra-refined sutra: written in elegant script, on paper decorated with delicate cloud patterns, in a border of richly sprinkled gold and silver leaf. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

    This palm leaf manuscript illustration was done in the 12th century at one of the great monastic centers in North India. This Green Tara, shown bestowing boons, is only 2 ¼ inches tall. It is amazing how the artist has managed to subtly depict this dynamic figure in great detail. Such imagery went on to have a great impact on the emerging painting traditions of Tibet.

    Model of a stupa (Buddhist shrine), ca. 4th century. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara. Bronze