You can read that shastra here. I'm quite fond of it, though I don't have my own meditation practice.

If I had to narrow the question down, I'd ask if it contains different practices, of different sentient beings. Not absolutely sure that makes sense, though. I like the idea of it substituting for 'heaven' on those grounds, of others.

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    i found this and will read it, and post an answer in the next few days, if no-one else does. – satirical_buddhist Sep 11 '17 at 5:28

'One mind' means reality, the reality which is in front of you now and which you are part of. It manifests in two ways - as the absolute, when you don't concieve in terms of self and others; and the phenomenal, when you do.

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  • thanks for the reply, gavin. should i leave one about Wonhyo? i'm not sure – satirical_buddhist Sep 13 '17 at 7:04
  • Yes, that's what the site is for :) I will be interested to find out what it means... – user10515 Sep 13 '17 at 13:03

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