Oh! I intended it to be a table of themes. I ought to have deleted the page numbers. I just wanted to share the table of contents it provided in the text in the initial sentences of the sections. And do watch the 3 parts of the YouTube lecture.Explanation:
I extracted the Explanation with ReadIris OCR from the end of Part one and the beginning of Part Two in the book and made a textfile PDF with page numbers by pouring the raw scanned text into Open Office and saving as a formatted PDF.
This "OCR extracted explanation material" is a list of outline-formatted themes with text content now.
What you are seeing is a Table of Contents created in NeoOffice from and OCR generated textfile of the relevant section of what may be the earliest Commentary of the Heart Sutra.
Now I am in the process of matching the text to the section headings in the bodhisattva-bhūmi section of the Yogācārabhūmi, (The stage of Bodhisattva - bodhisattva-bhūmi菩薩地. (fascicles 35-50) ) in Dan Lusthaus and Charles Muller's Summary of the Yogācārabhūmi-śāstra
Outline, (http://www.acmuller.net/yogacara/outlin ... y-utf8.htm
Then I will generate a test file with the bodhisattva-bhūmi exposition of the Path from Kuiji's A Comprehensive Commentary on the Heart Sutra
with section heads and their locations from the The stage of Bodhisattva
as a section header overlay as a way to co-ordinate my reading of the text.
Next I will interpose matching quotes from Asanga's The Summary of the Great Vehicle
[http://www.amazon.com/Summary-Vehicle-English-Tripitaka-Translation/dp/1886439214/ref=pd_sim_b_2} and Vasubandhu to further explain what I am reading and show those places the Chinese Yogacara drifted or improved on the Gandhāra Yogacara.
This is my approach to getting Yogacara 101 level look at the materials. A syllubus and Text in one eTxt_heap.
The end result I wanna have ---> A big stuffed scrapbook YOGACARASTUFF pdf printed out to scribble on.PS: I have learned not to enthuse about my project with my Dharma acquaintances.