(Lecture given Sunday, July 21, 1985 by Master Sheng-Yen.) In an earlier lecture I spoke about Buddha's explanation to Ananda in the Surangama Sutra of the two perspectives, or views, of the mind. There is only one mind, but there are two basically different ways to look at it. The first perspective is that of the mind of ordinary sentient beings. This is the mind of attachment, the mind which keeps us moving between birth and death, the mind which creates all dharmas, all phenomena.more