Decoding the Heart Sutra — part 2

The Heart Sutra is the most recited, copied, and studied text in all schools of Mahayana Buddhism. It reviews the foundations of Buddhist philosophy while revealing the profound Perfection of Wisdom: the doctrine of emptiness. In this class series, we will study the Sutra in Sanskrit, discuss the key philosophical points of Buddhism, and reveal the deep teachings on emptiness. In part 2 we look in detail at “emptiness”—what it means to say “empty of self-nature” and explore the famous line from the Heart Sutra: “Form is emptiness and emptiness is form.”

Show notes include the Sutra in Sanskrit and English, along with video of the class and other visual aids.

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