Tibetian Heart Sutra - The Heart Sutra as recited by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
It is one of the most well-known Buddhist scriptures. Although it is short, it is rich in meaning, encapsulating the essential concepts of Buddhist beliefs or philosophies.
The Heart Sutra is a member of the Perfection of Wisdom class of Buddhist literature.
The Heart Sutra is made up of 14 shlokas in Sanskrit; a shloka composed of 32 syllables. In Chinese, it is 260 Chinese characters, while in English it is composed of sixteen sentences.
This makes it one of the most highly abbreviated versions of the Perfection of Wisdom texts, which exist in various lengths up to 100,000 shlokas.
Listen and be in peace.
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· Minor fix for audio "popping" sound on some phones.