(Continuation of lecture delivered by Master Sheng-yen on Sunday, June 24, 1984.) I will now discuss two important rules, or precepts which a practitioner should follow in order to maintain a correct attitude toward practice. These precepts are first, to refrain from claiming that one has reached enlightenment, and second, to take enlightenment, or Nirvana as the goal of practice. It is important that you never say that you have already achieved enlightenment.more