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The Surangama Sutra: Twenty-Five Means to Enlightenment, Session Three, Part 2 of 6 April 6, 2019

2019-10-15
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Now, we have the next one, “Universal Worthy Bodhisattva,” “‘I have been a Dharma prince with as many Thus Come Ones as there are sands in the Ganges.’ ‘The Thus Come Ones, of the ten directions tell Their disciples who have the roots of a Bodhisattva to cultivate the Universal Worthy conduct, which is named after me.’ ‘World Honored One, I use my mind to listen and distinguish the knowledge and views of living beings. In other regions, as many Realms away, as there are sands in the Ganges, if there is any living being who discovers the conduct of Universal Worthy, I immediately mount my six-tusked elephant and create hundreds of thousands of reduplicated bodies which go to those places. Although their obstacles may be so heavy that they do not see me, I secretly rub their crowns, protect and comfort them, and help them be successful.’” Successful in cultivating the Universal Worthy conduct.
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