Discard all

Discard all you have acquired as being no better than a bed, spread for you when you were sick. Only when you have abandoned all perceptions, and rid yourself of dualistic concepts such as “ignorance” and “enlightenment” will you be worthy to be called a Buddha.

The original mind is without distinctions; when a sudden flash of thought occurs in your mind, even if a Buddha arises, cut him off. Many people are afraid to empty their minds lest they plunge into the void. They do not know that their own mind is the void.