Emptiness is Form", and declares the other skandhas to be equally empty—that is, dependently originated. This is interpreted according to the two truths doctrine as saying that teachings, while accurate descriptions of conventional truth, are mere statements about reality—they are not reality itself—and that they are therefore not applicable to the ultimate truth that is by definition beyond mental understanding. The five large red characters are Chinese for Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva also known as Guanyin Pusa which is the beginning of the sutra. The rest of the sutra is in black characters. The Heart Sutra is "the single most commonly recited, copied and studied scripture in East Asian Buddhism. The short version as translated by Xuanzang is the most popular version of adherents practicing East Asian schools of Buddhism.
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This is one of the most important sutras in Mahayana Buddhism. It is also called, The Heart Sutra in other Buddhist traditions. It is chanted every day after zazen in temples and dojos. The meaning of the sutra: When the bodhisattva understands that all form and phenomena are not different to emptiness, he realizes great wisdom.
Through this awakening, he helps all existences to liberate themselves from suffering. Maka Hannya Haramita Shingyo Kan ji zai bo satsu. Gyo jin han-nya ha ra mi ta ji. Sho ken go on kai ku. Do is-sai ku yaku. Sha ri shi. Shiki fu i ku. Ku fu i shiki. Shiki soku ze ku.
Ku soku ze shiki. Ju so gyo shiki. Yaku bu nyo ze. Shari shi. Ze sho ho ku so. Fu sho fu metsu. Fu ku fu jo. Fu zo fu gen. Ze ko ku chu. Mu shiki mu ju so gyo shiki. Mu gen ni bi ze-shin ni. Mu shiki sho ko mi soku ho. Mu gen kai nai shi mu i shiki kai. Mu mu myo yaku mu mu myo jin. Nai shi mu ro shi. Yaku mu ro shi jin. Mu ku shu metsu do. Mu chi yaku mu toku. I mu sho toku ko. Bodai sat-ta.
E han nya ha ra mi ta ko. Shin mu kei ge mu ke ge ko. Mu u ku fu. On ri is-sai ten do mu so. Ku gyo ne han. San ze sho butsu. E han-nya ha ra mi ta ko. Toku a noku ta ra san myaku san bo dai. Ko chi han-nya ha ra mi ta. Ze dai jin shu. Ze dai myo shu. Ze mu jo shu. Ze mu to do shu. No jo is-sai ku. Shin jitsu fu ko. Ko setsu han-nya hara mi ta shu. Soku setsu shu watsu. Gya tei gya tei hara gya tei. Hara so gya tei bo ji so wa ka.
Han-nya shin gyo.
Sutra do Coração
O Sariputra, formis no other than emptiness, Emptiness no other than form, Form is precisely emptiness, Sensation, perception, reaction and consciousness are also like this. O Sariputra , all things are expressions of emptiness, Not born, not destroyed, not stained, not pure, Neither waxing nor waning. Thus emptiness is not form; Not sensation nor perception, No eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, mind; No color, sound, smell, taste, touch, thing; No realm of sight, no realm of consciousness; No ignorance, no end to ignorance; No old age and death; no cessation of old age and death No suffering, no cause or end to suffering, No path, no wisdom and no gain. No gain — thus Bodhisattvas live this Prajna Paramita With no hindrance of mind — No hindrance therefore no fear. Far beyond all such delusion, Nirvana is already here. All past, present and future Buddhas live this Prajna Paramita And attain supreme, perfect enlightenment. Therefore know that Prajna Paramita Is the holy mantra, the luminous mantra, The supreme mantra, the incomparable mantra By which all suffering is cleared.
Maka Hannya Haramita Shingyo
This is one of the most important sutras in Mahayana Buddhism. It is also called, The Heart Sutra in other Buddhist traditions. It is chanted every day after zazen in temples and dojos. The meaning of the sutra: When the bodhisattva understands that all form and phenomena are not different to emptiness, he realizes great wisdom. Through this awakening, he helps all existences to liberate themselves from suffering. Maka Hannya Haramita Shingyo Kan ji zai bo satsu.