Oooohhh and aw, a major arcana card?:)
0. The Fool
I. Existence (The Magician)
II. Inner Voice (The High Priestess)
III. Creativity (The Empress)
IV. The Rebel (The Emperor) V. No-Thingness (The Hierophant)
VI. The Lovers
VII. Awareness (The Chariot)
VIII. Courage (Strength)
IX. Aloneness (The Hermit)
X. Change (Wheel Of Fortune)
XI. Breakthrough (Justice)
XII. New Vision (The Hanged Man)
XIII. Transformation (Death)
XIV. Integration (Temperance)
XV. Conditioning (The Devil)
XVI. Thunderbolt (The Tower)
XVII. Silence (The Star/The Moon)
XVIII. Past Lives XIX. Innocence (The Sun)
XX. Beyond Illusion (Judgement)
XXI. Completion (The World)
"The final card, which has no number or traditional correspondent in Rider, is Master, which symbolises transcendence."
This is the way of Zen, not to say things to their
completion. This has to be understood; it is a very important
methodology. Not to say everything means to give an opportunity to the
listener to complete it.
All answers are incomplete. The master has only given you a direction... By the time you reach the limit, you will know what is going to remain. This way, if somebody is trying to understand Zen intellectually he will fail. It is not an answer to the question but something more than the answer. It is indicating the very reality....
The buddha nature is not something far away - your very consciousness is buddha nature. And your consciousness can witness these things which constitute the world. The world will end but the mirror will remain, mirroring nothing.