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Hyangga of Korea – 05 Eleven Poems on the Ten Vows of the Universally Worthy Bodhisattva - Great Master Kyunyo

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027016

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

A description of the experience

Columbia Anthology of Traditional Korean Poetry – edited by Peter Lee

GREAT MASTER KYUNYO (923-973)

Eleven Poems on the Ten Vows of the Universally Worthy Bodhisattva

Rejoicing in the merit of others,

The truth of dependent origination tells me
That illusion and enlightenment are one.
From the buddhas to living beings,
There cannot be one who is not myself.

What the Buddha practices is what I practice,
What the Buddha attains is what I attain.
So how  could I not rejoice
In the good deeds of others?

Ah, when I practice so,
How could the jealous mind be aroused?

 

 

 

The source of the experience

Korean mystic shamanism

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

Symbols

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Suppressions

LOVE

Commonsteps

Empathy
Generosity

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