A Strand of Dharma Jewels: A Bodhisattva’s Profound by Ārya Nāgārjuna, Bhikshu Dharmamitra

By Ārya Nāgārjuna, Bhikshu Dharmamitra

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The Buddha Disallowed Both Existence and Non-existence of “Self” 003 As for the two concepts of “self” and “non-existence of self,” If analyzed in accord with reality, they cannot be apprehended. ” 2. So Too in the Case of Duality-Based Designations 004 As for statements based on knowing via seeing, hearing, [et cetera],61 The Buddha stated that they are not inherently either true or false. Because they are products of interdependent duality, Such dual [concepts] have no reality-based [intrinsic] existence.

The four elements, as in the case of the “self,” are false concepts. ” 61 宝行王正论 寶行王正論 [6] [6] 杂品第二 雜品第二 2–001 2–001 如分分[7]拆蕉无馀尽不有 如分分[7]拆蕉無餘盡不有 约六界[8]拆人尽空亦如是 約六界[8]拆人盡空亦如是 2–002 2–002 是故佛正说一切法无我 是故佛正說一切法無我 但六界名法决判实无我 但六界名法決判實無我 2–003 2–003 我无我二义如实捡不得 我無我二義如實撿不得 是故如来遮我无我二边 是故如來遮我無我二邊 2–004 2–004 见闻觉知言佛说无实虚 見聞覺知言佛說無實虛 二相待成故此二如实无 二相待成故此二如實無 2–005 2–005 如实捡世间过实亦过虚 如實撿世間過實亦過虛 则世间依实故堕于有无 則世間依實故墮於有無 简体字 正體字 Chapter Two Advice on Various Topics II. Chapter 2: Advice on Various Topics A. Analogy: The “Person” is as Insubstantial as the Plantain 001 Just as when, part-by-part, one pulls apart a plantain plant So that it utterly ceases to exist, leaving no trace, When, according to the six elements, one takes apart a “person,” It too is found to be entirely empty in just this same manner.

There is only a dharma of naming referencing the six elements. ” 1. The Buddha Disallowed Both Existence and Non-existence of “Self” 003 As for the two concepts of “self” and “non-existence of self,” If analyzed in accord with reality, they cannot be apprehended. ” 2. So Too in the Case of Duality-Based Designations 004 As for statements based on knowing via seeing, hearing, [et cetera],61 The Buddha stated that they are not inherently either true or false. Because they are products of interdependent duality, Such dual [concepts] have no reality-based [intrinsic] existence.

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