In a school of Kukishin, there is a teaching on go, ri, ho, chi, shin; this has been extended by valence to butsu, yet there is one beyond even these.
The strength, the firmness, of the characteristic and property of the earth element, firm, and resolute. Upon which remains, upright, and ardent. It is the inseparability of firmness, emptiness, where the remainder brings.
The reasoning, the putting in order, to tidy, to maintain, to prune. This reasoned activity, set upon strength, firm, and resolute. The systematic movements of ardency, manifest forms, nearing the spontaneous, the pure.
The principles, the law, the rule, the very phenomena seen through strength, and firm resolution, through remaining upright, and ardent. Through insight, reasoning, seeing cause and effect. Seeing directly principle, the spontaneous assembly.
The intellect, the intelligence, wisdom, seeing directly cause, condition, and effect. Seeing the coming, the going, seeing the entirety of firmness, the dissolution of it, in various valences, related. Seeing the ordering, the chaotic, the pruning, the letting go. Seeing the principles, the law, the rule, the very measurement of phenomena, seeing insight directly and knowing what is true.
The creation, suchness, pure, kami, the divine, beyond obscuration, beyond naked perception. Unadulterated, coming, going, ignorance, wisdom. It is as it should be. Remaining strong, firm, resolute, reasoned, ordered, pruned, systematic, ardent, principled, perceiving directly, moving the entirety of vipaka through the altar of kamma, lighting, [en]lightning of creation.
The peak of wisdom, supreme, beyond creation, beyond destruction. Beyond phenomena, beyond dependency, beyond, far beyond, the conquering of conceits at all valences. The root cut, the palmyra tree top cut, the stump of fixed views withers, gone, gone, gone beyond, gone far beyond. Bodhi Svaha!