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Yes. The difference in terms just highlights a difference in emphasis. All zen teachings basically point to the same thing. The difference is dependent on what obstacle the teacher is pointing too. For someone who is always striving, a teacher might call it original mind to emphasize that he is already in possession of what he's striving for. For ...


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You can answer "yes" based on the following reasoning: Essence of Mind is grounded in Dharmakāya Dharmakāya is the unmanifested, "inconceivable" aspect out of which Buddhas arise therefore, Buddha Nature arises from Dharmakāya therefore, Essence of Mind = Buddha Nature However, you can also answer "no" based on the equally ...


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