Renounce riches and jewels.
Look lightly on body and life.
Reject them as spit and phlegm, and do not hesitate!
Hold precepts purely,
In four comportments be clear as ice and pure as jade.
When scolded, don’t be angry;
When beaten, do not hate.
Bear what is hard to bear. Forget about mockery. Overlook sarcasm.
Oblivious to winter and summer,
Be ceaselessly relentless.
From start to finish, hold Amitabha Buddha’s name in mind.
Do not lapse into torpor;
Refrain from getting scattered.
Be like the pine and the cypress, never withering, evergreen.
Doubt not the Buddha.
Doubt not the Dharma.
Inherent awareness lets us know clearly what we see and hear.
Bore through the paper,
Pierce the cowhide.
Make your mind perfectly bright and free from error.
Return to the origin;
Go back to the source, retrieve your inherent innocence.
Nothing’s not nothing;
Emptiness isn’t empty:
The divine potential’s revealed; its wonder hard to imagine.
When you arrive,
You haven’t toiled in vain.
The impacts of your causal ground are finished.
Now you are known
As a Great Hero,
All ten titles fit perfectly. You are a teacher of many generations.
Ah! The same leaking shell can now manifest
As a complete body pervading ten directions!
With good and evil distinguished clearly, no more mistakes occur.
So why rely on the false alone and fail to practice the true?