Ten Precepts for the Mind

1. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is eternal, never give rise to  views of death or extinction. This is the precept of No Killing.
2. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is ungraspable, know that one  can possess nothing. This is the precept of No Stealing.
3. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is without attachment, desire  nothing. This is the precept of No Sexual Conduct.
4. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is indescribable, utter no  words. This the precept of No Lying.
5. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is pure and clear, never give rise to ignorance. This is the precept of No Intoxicants.
6. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is flawless, speak of no faults.  This is the precept of No Publicizing People’s Faults.
7. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is impartial, make no distinction between self and others. This is the precept of No Bragging And Slandering.
8. From the profound and wondrous original nature which is universal, raise no selfish thought. This is the precept of No Greed.
9. From the profound and wondrous original nature which has no self, do not mistake the ego as real. This is the precept of No Anger.
10.From the profound and wondrous original nature that is one-suchness, have no dualistic view of buddha vs. sentient beings. This is the precept of Not Defaming the Three Jewels.