When Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva is practising the profound Prajna-paramita,

He sees and illuminates to the emptiness of the five skandhas, and thus attains deliverance from all suffering.

Sariputra, matter is not different from emptiness, and Emptiness is not different from matter.

Matter is emptiness and emptiness is matter. So too are sensation, recognition, volition and consciousness.

Sariputra, the emptiness character of all dharmas, neither arises nor ceases, is neither pure nor impure, and neither increases nor decreases.

Therefore, in emptiness: there is no matter,

no sensation, recognition, volition or consciusness,
no eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, or mind,
no sight, sound, scent, taste, tangibles, or dharma,
no field of the eye up to no field of mental consciousness,
no ignorance or the ending of ignorance up to
no ageing and death of the ending of ageing and death,
no suffering, no cause of suffering,
no ending of suffering, and no path,
no wisdom and also no attainment.

Because there is nothing obtainable,

Bodhisattvas through the reliance on Prajna-paramita
have no attachment and hindrance in their minds.

Because there is no more attachment and hindrance,

there is no more fear, and
Far away from erroneous views and wishful-thinking,
Ultimately : The Final Nirvana.

Buddhas of the past, present, and future all rely on Prajna-paramita

to attain Annutara-samyak-sambodhi.

Therefore, realize that Prajna-paramita

is the great wondrous mantra,
the great radiant mantra,
the unsurpassed mantra, and
the unequalled mantra.

It can eradicate all suffering, and
It is genuine and not false.

Therefore, utter the Prajna-paramita mantra -
Chant :
Gate Gate Paragate Parasmagate Bodhisvaha!