Re: The great way is not difficult
Posted by Wayne L on 7/20/2011, 10:13 am, in reply to "The great way is not difficult"
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: in peace,
John McRae (1986:316 n. 64) argues that the title should be translated as “Inscription on Relying on the Mind” or “Inscription of the Perfected Mind”.
If the mind is not Perfect do you still rely on the mind.
It should be obvious that it should not be translated as one or the either.
Perfect Mind, True Mind?????
The Mind is not perfect so you can not simply rely on the mind.
The True Mind, the Perfect Mind, is a Clear and Open Mind; Clear, Free, Thinking requiring that one to know the Different between Absolutely Bad Knowledge and Absolutely Good Knowledge, Illusion and Reality.
True Freedom of Mind is unbound, is boundless.
The True, the Perfect Mind, the Clear and Open Mind is capable of Illusion without being bound by the Illusion. The Magical Mind being the Key, the Gateway to Shambhala; However the mind that is Untrue, is not clear, Open, that is bound to Illusion, is imperfect, will become the Gateway to a Land a Shamble.
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