12 Nov Prajna Paramita Heart Sutra, Part 13
[Series of Master Shen-Long expounding on the Prajna Paramita (Perfection of Transcendent Wisdom) Heart Sutra]
Modern psychology cannot resolve this problem; it only offers phenomena. However, Prajna (wisdom) is different: Prajna (wisdom) resolves the problem thoroughly but does not hinder phenomena. Therefore, a person with wisdom whose body and mind are cheerful, he can laugh out loud definitely. You can be at ease; his laugh is neither from a suppressed inner feeling nor from force. His way of laughing is relaxed; even if he is alone by himself, he also laughs. He is not a mental case and does not have a psychological problem; he is under the state of rejoicing from tasting the teaching of the Buddha, he is delighted.
Why? First, he has resolved his biggest problem, no more problem of life and death. I think everyone will envy him.
I hope to give an answer to everyone to not only be envious, but to show that everyone can have the same attainment, you only need to change your concept.
Change to what concept? It is to learn this concept of Prajna (wisdom).
Every one of us who come to this world has a mission. It is the mission of learning. Learning to return to a pure state without any defilement is the fundamental essence of the universe.
In Buddhism, they talk about the Buddha-nature as the enlightened fundamental pure nature without defilement.
In Dhyana (Zen) Buddhism, they talk about the true features.
In Esoteric Buddhism, they talk about “Dzogchen – Great Perfection” to attain and maintain the natural primordial state or pure natural condition.
Christianity and Catholicism both talk about “the supreme and unexcelled, the omniscient and omnipotent”.
In fact, this “supremacy” represents yourself, but nowadays people all mistake it to be another unreal phenomenon.