Dharmadesana Maha Guru Lian Sheng 15 Nov 2009, di Miyi Leizangsi
(Vihara Vajra Garbha Miyi), Houston Texas
We all know that when Buddhist students cultivate, need to practice 6 Paramita.
As per Padmasambhava, the 6 Paramita consisted of 6 External and Internal Paramita, although same 6 Paramita but different explanation.
One of them is pertaining to cultivator's basic behaviour, and the other to the inner self or heart.
There is a difference.
Formless 3 Wheels! can be said as Wisdom of Buddha, Formless 3 wheels - No executor, No receiver, No matter exist from the execution and receiving.
Padmasambhava said the Formless 3 Wheels is Prajna, this is how he said it: Not made up with motive, Function as per Great Void.
In Buddhism, the pāramitās refer to the perfection or culmination of certain virtues.
In Buddhism, these virtues are cultivated as a way of purification, purifying karma and helping the aspirant to live an unobstructed life, while reaching the goal of enlightenment.
Please go read this article by GM Lu if you want to truly cultivate well!
These are all Basics or Fundamentals that you should acquire or pick up before you start to Cultivate or said to be cultivating!
Tick each Paramita against your cultivation process as a guide to help you cultivate well and not waste precious and limited time of this life in frivolous and harmful pursuits.
Remember: Zen Patriarch Hui Neng's - All Thoughts are Evil!
Hahaha! Likewise the Products of these Thoughts!
Om Guru Lian Sheng Siddhi Hom