In “Letter to Gijo-bo,” the Daishonin says that, through the sutra passage “single-mindedly desiring to see the Buddha, not hesitating even if it costs them their lives,” he has revealed the Buddhahood in his own life and embodied the Three Great Secret Laws. He then interprets “single-mindedly” as meaning: 1) single-mindedly observing the Buddha, 2) concentrating one’s mind on seeing the Buddha, and 3) when looking at one’s own mind, perceiving that it is the Buddha.
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