Could I ask you to post us the six dimensions in Chinese as well? I
enjoy looking at the Chinese text, too, when sitting at my office.
Jue Miao Jing
Ming - 覺妙精明
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[Zen] Six Dimensions For Each
Six Act Of Perfection is a term translated by western zen/buddhism. I
would translate them differently from the original Chinese text.
I would translate the title to be "Six Dimenions For Each Encounter"
These are six guidelines for us whenever we encounters some incident or
someone. Not six steps, but six simultaneous dimensions for actions and
1. Be helpful - offer to help/resolve/satisfy as our first act,
our judgment/assumptions take over.
2. Be respectful - act on a equal basis with discipline and best foot
3. Be patient - give time for each to resolve without hurrying time
4. Be committed - firm on our intentions and actions to learn from this
5. Be still - not be affected by its outcome and without any
6. Seek wisdom - absorb the wisdom and move on.
These are just personal interpretation which could be different from
mainstream of Buddhist teaching.
In short, just throw away the labels and concept, and live with our
best foot forward would be enough to transform our lives for the true,
equal and the beautiful.
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