Prajñā Pāramitā Heart Sūtra
[(The) Discourse (On The) Heart (Of) Perfection (Of) Wisdom]
[By] Táng Dynasty’s Tripiṭaka Dharma Master Xuánzàng Translated [To Chinese]
[The] Bodhisattva [Who] Contemplates [At] Ease, when practising [the] profound Prajñā Pāramitā, contemplated [upon and] realised [the] five aggregates [to] all [be of] emptiness, [and] crossed over all suffering [and] difficulties.
‘Śāriputra! Form [is] not different [from] emptiness; emptiness [is] not different [from] form; form is [the] same [as] emptiness; emptiness is [the] same [as] form. Feeling, perception, volition [and] consciousness [are] likewise thus.
Śāriputra! All dharmas are characteristics [of] emptiness: not arising [or arisen] [and] not ceasing [or ceased]; not defiling [or defiled] [and] not purifying [or purified]; not increasing [or increased] [and] not decreasing [or decreased].
Therefore, within emptiness, [there is] no form, no feeling, perception, volition [and] consciousness; no eye, ear, nose, tongue, body [and] mind; no form, sound, smell, taste, touch [and] thought; no realm [of the] eye, and even no realm [of] consciousness; no ignorance, also no end[ing] [of] ignorance, and even no ageing [and] death, also no end[ing] [of] ageing [and] death; no suffering, accumulation, cessation [and] path; no wisdom, also no attainment.
With nothing that [is] attained thus, Bodhisattvas relying [on] Prajñā Pāramitā thus, [have] minds without clinging [and] obstacles. Without clinging [and] obstacles thus, [they] have no fear, far depart [from] inverted dreamlike thinking, [and] attain Ultimate Nirvāṇa.
[The] three periods’ all Buddhas, relying [on] Prajñā Pāramitā thus, attain[ed] Anuttarā Samyak Saṃbodhi.
Thus know [that] Prajñā Pāramitā, is [a] great spiritual mantra, is [a] great illuminating mantra, is [an] unsurpassable mantra, is [an] unequallable mantra, able [to] eliminate all suffering, [is] true [and] not false, thus speaking [the] Prajñā Pāramitā mantra.
Now speaking [the] mantra: Gate Gate Pāragate Pārasaṃgate Bodhi Svāhā.’