Naturally Comprehending with Mind Clear

Yutang Lin

Major or minor, all cared about equally in compassion.
Indication and orientation based on wise observation.
Abiding in the oneness of boundless openness,
The ways of matters, one by one, naturally comprehended.


Abiding in the boundless state of mind, free from self-related ideas, then all kinds of ways of matters will be naturally comprehended. Consequently, one would be able to provide adequate guidance to practitioners on the path to enlightenment.

Written in Chinese and translated on December 13, 2000
El Cerrito, California

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