Japanese: Dokuza Daiyûhô
Translation: I am sitting alone in Daïyûhô
Brief explanation : One priest asked the master of Zen.
The priest : “Please show me the holiest harvest when we believe in Zen.”
The master : “Now I am sitting alone in Daiyûhô.” That is to say, whenever, wherever, whatever you do, to live with the earnest belief which is not to be disturbed by anything important. Now, he is sitting alone in limitless time and space. He can become conscious of this belief and be very happy.