Nothing that could be taken as being a self or belonging to a self.
Don’t attach to good and evil. Know them so thoroughly that you will never attach to them.
Dhamma lies in the minds of each one of you.
Full awareness that all things are devoid of selfhood
There is nothing better than this, more than this, other than this, thusness.
We learn here in this very body with its perceptions and mental activity.
Speaking like this you will soon be accusing me of giving you a big sales pitch. Don’t think of me as someone hawking the wares of the Buddha in the marketplace, think rather that we are all companions in Dukkha, in birth, old age, sickness and death…
Inner emptiness means to be normal, to have a mind that is not scattered and confused. Anyone who experiences this really likes it. If it develops to its greatest degree, which is to be empty of egoism, then it is Nibbana.