Manjushri is not the Buddha (or Bodhisattva) of Wisdom.
Manjushri is the Bodhisattva of Prajna. Prajna is not wisdom.
I've desperately tried to make the word wisdom compatable with prajna,...it isn't. I was blown away when really looking at the epistemology of wisdom,...and because of the need for correctness, had to be deleted from all my conversation. Wisdom literary means: knowledge accumulated through philosophic, (and since Descartes) scientific learning. There is NO PLACE in Buddhic Practice for wisdom. Buddhic Practice is about LETTING GO of knowledge accumulated through philosophic or scientific learning,....Buddhic Practice is about UNLEARNING,....Buddhic Practice is about getting beyond the skandhas of knowledge.
"When stillness is ultimate, the light penetrates." Manjushri Bodhisattva
The Six Senses CANNOT see, hear, taste, feel, touch or think Stillness,...seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling, touching, and thinking can ONLY know vibration,...the vibration of divided light,...not the Stillness of Undivided Light.
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