Indra’s Jewelled Net is a metaphor for the summation of Buddhist thought. Each of us is a jewel in Indra’s Net, which replicates the whole and is the whole. At each intersection in Indra’s Net is a light reflecting jewel and each jewel contains another Net, ad infinitum. The jewel at each intersection exists only as a reflection of all the others and hence it has no self-nature. Yet it also exists as a separate entity to sustain the others. Each and all exist in their mutuality.
- Ken Jones, The Social Face of Buddhism
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