The Principal Book of Won-Buddhism

Part Two : Doctrine

Chapter One: The Il-Won-Sang

Section Five: Dharma Words on Il-Won-Sang

Once enlightened to the truth of this Won-Sang (Circle Image), we will know that the triple worlds in the ten directions are our own property; that all things in the universe are nondual despite their different names; that this is the nature of all the buddhas, enlightened masters, ordinary humans, and sentient beings; that the principle of birth, old age, sickness, and death operates like spring, summer, autumn, and winter; that the principle of the retribution and response of cause and effect operates like the alternating predominance of yin and yang; and that this is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our eyes; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our ears; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our noses; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our tongues; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our bodies; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.

This Won-Sang is to be used when we use our minds; it is perfect and complete, utterly impartial and selfless.