We must not reify emptiness, the antidote to the view of the false self, as if it were an ultimate reality. It is a helpful view, a theory, a skillful means.
The Superior Nagarjuna has warned in the Mulamadhyamakakarika, Chapter 13, “Examination of Mental Conformation”:
The Buddhas have proclaimed that emptiness corrects all wrong views, but those obsessed with the view of emptiness are incorrigible.
Paraphrasing this statement, Acharya Chandrakirti has said: “The Spiritual Conquerors have proclaimed the absence of self in phenomena to be the exhaustion of all views, but those for whom the absence of self is in itself a view are declared to be incurable.”