OM GATE GATE PARAGATE PARASAMGATE BODHI SVAHA (taken from Justsit's post)
From Selected Sayings from the Perfection of Wisdom, chosen, arranged, and translated by Edward Conze.
The Object of Perfect Wisdom, Negations In one sense, emptiness, as the objective counterpart to total renunciation, is the complete negation of all predicates, attributes, and entities. (66-67) There is, to begin with, no bondage, or defilement, emancipation
67. Purna, son of Maitrayani: You say, Subhuti, that form, feeling, etc., are neither bound nor freed?
Subhuti: So I do, Purna.
Purna: What is that form, etc., which is neither bound nor freed?
Subhuti: That form which is like a dream, or an echo, a mock show, a mirage, a reflection in the water, an apparition, that form is neither bound nor freed. And so for the other skandhas. Past, future and present form, etc., is neither bound nor freed, whether it be wholesome or unwholesome, defiled or undefiled, tainted or untainted, with or without outflows, worldly or supramundane, Because it has no being, is isolated, calmly quiet, empty, sighnless, wishless, has not being brought together, has not been produced. And what is true of form, that is true of the other skandhas, and of all dharmas. Neither bound nor freed a Bodhisattva will win a knowledge of all modes which is neither bound nor freed, and he will lead, by means of the three vehicles, to Nirvana beings who are neither bound nor freed. It is thus that a Bodhisattva, through the six perfections, will, himself neither bound nor freed, fully know all dharmas, though the fact that they have no being, and that everything is isolated, calmly quiet, empty signless, wishless, not brought together, not produced. It is thus that one should know the armour of the Bodhisattva, the great being, who is neither bound nor freed.
Right now I am kind of fixated on how Bodhisattva's sense the world, how they move, so that will be my focus. Also Magical Illusions...
88. The Lord: What do you think, Subhuti? Do the five grasping skandhas, after they have trained themselves in the perfection of wisdom, go forth in the knowledge of all modes?
Subhuti: No, lord, for the own-being of the five grasping
skhandas is non-existent. The five skandhas are similar to a dream. The own-being of a dream cannot be apprehended, because it does not exist. In this way the five skandhas cannot be apprehended, because of the non-existence of their own-being.
The Lord: what do you think, Subhuti, the five skandhas which are similar to an echo, to an apparition, to a magical creation, to an image of the moon reflected in water, --do they, after they have trained themselves in perfect wisdom, go forth to the knowledge of all modes?
Subhuti: No, Lord. For the own-being of an echo is non-existent, and so is that of an apparition, of a magical creation, of a reflected image. And thus the five skandhas cannot be apprehended, because of the non-existence of their own-being.
1. form or matter
2. sensation or feeling
3. perception, conception, apperception, cognition, or discrimination
4. mental formations, impulses, volition, or compositional factors
(Taken from wiki "Skandha")
Since I was a kid I've been curious with the thought of how I see and if I am seeing everything there is to see. To my delight Buddhism goes into this in great depth!