Known as "the most recited sutra in the world," the Heart Sutra has been chanted daily in Buddhist monasteries
for over two thousand years.
Explicated by the Venerable Hsuan Hua,
one of the foremost Tripitaka and Chan Masters of Chinese Buddhism in
the U.S., this very heart of the larger Prajna Paramita
Sutra delivers a brilliant distillation of the concepts of
emptiness and non-attachment.
A perfect introduction to Buddhist
philosophy, this Sutra was translated
into English by Ronald Epstein, PhD.