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Heart of the perfect wisdom

Lord Buddha, sinking into the depth of wisdom, recognized the fact that the five Skandhas are empty and transformed, thereby all wrong and all pain.

Exclaimed the Buddha: Sariputra! Form is nothing one but emptiness, and emptiness is nothing one but form. Form is identical to emptiness and emptiness is identical to form. And so it is with feeling, perception, mental form strength and consciousness.

Sariputra! All things are empty in truth. Nothing develops and nothing passes. Nothing is impure, nothing is pure. Nothing increases and nothing is reduced. There is no form, no feeling, perception, mental form, strength and no consciousness, no eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body or spirit in the emptiness; there is nothing to see, hear, smell, taste, feel or to think, no ignorance and also no end of the ignorance, no aging and no death, no suffering and no cause of suffering, no extinguishing and no way of the release, no realization and also no reaching.

Because there is nothing to reach, Bodhisattvas Prajna Paramita live and their spirit are unencumbered and free from fear.

Released from all confusion, all dreams and conceptions, they carry out complete Nirvana.

All Buddhas of the past, present and future lives Prajna Paramita and achieve highest consciousness. Recognize therefore that Prajna Paramita is the large Mantra, the radiating Mantra, the unsurpassed Mantra, the highest Mantra, which satisfies all suffering.

This is the truth, the truth without wrong which speaks the Prajna Paramita Mantra.


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