Great Harmony Samadhi

Yutang Lin

Dharma nature is everywhere but could not be grasped. Any sensation as it arises is the apparent aspect of dharma nature, and as it immediately disappears is the hidden aspect of dharma nature. In the absence of thoughts and ideas, as soon as a concept arises, let it go. In no grasping totality of experiences remains distinctly clear. Thus, comprehension of boundless and inconceivable oneness naturally and gradually develops.


Dharma practitioners who can naturally be without thoughts may practice this according to the teachings given above.

Those who are still in the midst of incessant thoughts may practice chanting Buddha name or mantras for all sentient beings as a preliminary practice to this.

Written in Chinese and translated on June 28, 2007
El Cerrito, California

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