Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva whilst in deep meditation of Prajnaparamita perceived the five skandas and found them all empty, so he surpassed all suffering.

Listen, Shariputra, form does not differ from emptiness, emptiness does not differ from form, form is emptiness, emptiness is form. The same is true with sensation, perception, volition, existence and consciousness.

Shariputra, all dharmas are (selfless) empty form; they are neither born nor destroyed, neither defiled nor pure, neither increasing nor decreasing. So, in emptiness there is neither form, nor sensation, nor perception, nor volition, nor consciousness; no eye, no ear, no nose, no tongue, no body, no mind; no form, no sound, no smell, no taste, no touch, no object of mind; no realms of all elements (eyes…….voice); no (12 inter) dependent links and no extinction of them (ignorance…….decay and death); no suffering, no origin of suffering, no extinction of suffering, no path; no wisdom, no attainment.

Because there is no gain, the Bodhisattvas, being Prajnaparamita, find no hinderance of their minds. Having no obstacles, so no fear; liberating themselves forever from all illusion and delusion, and realising Nirvana (ultimate peace). All Buddhas throughout time and space, thanks to this Prajnaparamita, are fully awake to genuine, supreme, infinite and perfect enlightenment.

Therefore, one should know the Prajnaparamita (sutra) is a great holy mantra, the vivid mantra, the highest mantra and the incomparable mantra; it completely clears all suffering, it is the truth, not a lie. The mantra Prajnaparamita is, so, manifested; that is:

"Gone, gone, gone beyond, gone altogether. Oh, what an awakening, all hail."

"Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha."

(This is it, enlightenment, as it is. Now as everything is!)