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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
50 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY 50 Verses The Fifty Verses, composed by Thich Nhat Hanh, draws upon key streams of Buddhist thought, from the Abhidharma to the later Mahayana teachings on the nature of consciousness. These verses, and in particular the final ten, can be understood as a kind of road map to the path of practice. 41 Meditating on the nature of interdependence Can transform delusion into enlightenment. Samsara and suchness are not two. They are one and the same. 42 Even while blooming, the flower is already in the compost, And the compost is already in the flower. Flower and compost are not two. Delusion and enlightenment interare. 43 Don’t run away from birth and death. Just look deeply into your mental formations. When the true nature of interdependence is seen, The truth of interbeing is realized. 44 Practice conscious breathing To water the seeds of awakening. Right view is a flower Blooming in the field of mind consciousness.