Hsin Hsin Ming
the great way is not
reality of things
cease to hold opinions
the unity of emptiness
to live in the great way
all things are seen equally
to this ultimate finality
in this world of suchness
the way is beyond
Hsin Hsin Ming - when all
things are seen equally
Rest and unrest derive from
with enlightenment there is no liking and disliking.
All dualities come from ignorant inference.
They are like dreams or flowers in the air:
foolish try to grasp them.
Gain and loss, right and wrong:
such thoughts must finally be abolished at once.
If the eye never sleeps,
all dreams will naturally cease.
If the mind makes no discriminations,
the ten thousand things
are as they are, of single essence.
To understand the mystery of this One-essence
is to be released from all entanglements.
When all things are seen equally
the timeless Self essence is reached.
No comparisons or analogies are possible
in this causeless, relation-less state.