Bodhisattva, when practicing the Perfect Wisdom in depth, clearly saw that all
five aspects of existence are empty and beyond all suffering.
Sariputra, form does not differ from emptiness: Emptiness does not differ from
form. Form then is emptiness. Emptiness then is form. Sensation, perception, volition,
and consciousness, are likewise.
Sariputra, all Dharmas are marked with emptiness: nothing born and nothing
dies, none is stained and none is pure, neither gain or loss. Therefore, no form
within emptiness, no sensation, perception, volition or consciousness. No eye,
ear, nose, tongue, body or mind; no form, sound, smell, taste, touch, or Dharmas;
no sight and no point of view; no ignorance and no ending of ignorance, and no
ending of old age and death. No suffering, origination, extinction, or path. No
wisdom, and no attainment, with nothing to attain.
the Bodhisattva rests on the Perfection of Wisdom, with a heart without delusions
or fear, and far from maddening fantasy; he is dwelling in Nirvana.
all Buddhas of the past, present, and future rest on the Perfection of Wisdom,
and live in total enlightenment.
know that the Perfection of Wisdom is the greatest mantra. It is the clearest
mantra, the highest mantra, the mantra that is beyond classifications, and adept
of removing all suffering. This is the truth that cannot be doubted. The Perfection
of Wisdom is so.