“One’s mind is, indeed, a mind that bewilders the heart. The mind works on the heart—do not relax your guard on your mind.”
“jadilah guru dari hati. janganlah menjadikan hati sebagai guru.”
— Sutra Nirvana
Nichiren Daishonin teaches in the Gosho, “Reply to the Widow of Lord Ueno”
The pure land or hell does not exist outside one’s mind or body. It exists within one’s mind. One who is awakened to this principle is called a Buddha, whereas one who is not, is a common mortal. To understand this difference is the heart of Lotus Sutra. Therefore, those who embrace the Lotus Sutra should realize that hell is in fact the land of tranquil light.
(Gosho, p. 336)
Fusion of Objective Reality and Subjective Wisdom
"Reality" refers to the object one observes,
and “wisdom” refers to the subjective wisdom that gives one the ability to correctly understand this reality.
The “fusion of objective reality and subjective wisdom” refers to the state of the practitioner in which he sees without any confusion that the objective reality and subjective wisdom are fused in complete accord with each other.
(taken from basic terminology of Nichiren Shoshu volume 1, p.56)