“Using your inherent wisdom, observe inwardly the mind and body and outwardly the world. Completely understand both, as you would look through a pane of glass: from the outside seeing in and from the inside seeing out. Inwardly, there is no body and mind, and, outwardly, there is no world.But, although there is no body nor mind nor world, the body and mind and the world function in accord with one another. Although they function together, they are not attached to one another. This is called 'recognizing your own original mind.' The original self-nature, the true mind, clearly penetrates within and without.The recognition of your original mind is liberation. When you are not attached to sense objects or false thought, you obtain liberation."
~ Master Hsüan Hua, "The Sixth Patriarch’s Dharma Jewel Platform Sutra," p 149
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