Heart Sutra 

tasati antami pati tisipa anmimita
anmimita antami pati tisipa tasita
tasati patima-pi anmimita
anmimita patima-pi tasati

pati pimita pisa mami
tasami, tasama, sapita-papi, tasama-simi
pipasi antami pati anmimita
anmimita antami pati pipasi

tami sasi anmimita
antami sasi tasi-mami, antami anmami
antami ammapi, antami amanmapi
antami pati sita antami pati ansita

sasi anmimita antasati
antasami, antasama,
antasati, antasama, tasama-simi.
pisata sasi antata, ansama,
anmajata, ansatima,
antasati, antasama

 
pisata sasi ansapi
mata  an-antama pisa ansapi
pisata sasi anmami
mata an-antama pisa anmami
pisata sasi tatima-antita, antipa misima pisa tatima-antita
an-antama pisa tatima-antita
pisata sasi an-antama pisa tatima-antita
an-tapati tapa
pisata sasi an-amsapi
an-amsapi mitisi mitapa

amsapi-tasati mitapa am-mitama-amsapi
pisata sasa am-timimi.
amsapi-tasati mitapa am-mitama-amsapi
mami sasa tasama-simi.

anmimi-ki,
anmimi-ki,
am-mami!
sapita.

    Body is nothing more than emptiness,
    emptiness is nothing more than body.
    The body is exactly empty,
    and emptiness is exactly body.

    The other four aspects of human existence --
    feeling, thought, will, and consciousness --
    are likewise nothing more than emptiness,
    and emptiness nothing more than they.

    All things are empty:
    Nothing is born, nothing dies,
    nothing is pure, nothing is stained,
    nothing increases and nothing decreases.

    So, in emptiness, there is no body,
    no feeling, no thought,
    no will, no consciousness.
    There are no eyes, no ears,
    no nose, no tongue,
    no body, no mind.
    There is no seeing, no hearing,
    no smelling, no tasting,
    no touching, no imagining.
    There is nothing seen, nor heard,
    nor smelled, nor tasted,
    nor touched, nor imagined.

    There is no ignorance,
    and no end to ignorance.
    There is no old age and death,
    and no end to old age and death.
    There is no suffering, no cause of suffering,
    no end to suffering, no path to follow.
    There is no attainment of wisdom,
    and no wisdom to attain.

    The Bodhisattvas rely on the Perfection of Wisdom,
    and so with no delusions,
    they feel no fear,
    and have Nirvana here and now.

    All the Buddhas,
    past, present, and future,
    rely on the Perfection of Wisdom,
    and live in full enlightenment.

    The Perfection of Wisdom is the greatest mantra.
    It is the clearest mantra,
    the highest mantra,
    the mantra that removes all suffering.

  

    Gone,
    gone,
    gone over,
    gone fully over.
    Awakened!
    So be it! 

© Paul Freeman (2011) 

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