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The Tao of Mind

Tao of Mind

In the Void the two are indivisible, Formerly both contained all the ten-thousand things. When there is finally no sense of any discrimination left, There is no longer any need of being for or against. The Way of the Unborn … Continue reading

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The Void of IT

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In ITs Totality IT is like the Great Void, Lacking nothing, and not self-indulgent. When you discriminate, you miss IT, As such, IT’s Suchness is lost. Let-go of conditions, Forget about Emptiness. Resting serenely in the Unborn, Dualistic Dreams are … Continue reading

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Tārā as Our Lady of the Void

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SIX: TĀRĀ AS OUR LADY OF THE VOID Emerging from the vajropama-samādhi Mahasiddha Acintapa discerned all that just came before him, the Scrutinies and the Divine Liturgy of Vajrasattva, were all Sacred Events conveyed to his Mind’s Eye. He found … Continue reading

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There is no-environment in the Unborn

14. “If you students of the Way desire knowledge of this great mystery, only avoid attachment to any single thing beyond Mind. To say that the real Dharmakaya of the Buddha1 resembles the Void is another way of saying that … Continue reading

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The Void is devoid of Void

5. The Consolation of the Invalid, cont’d Manjusri: Householder, why is your house empty? Why have you no servants? Vimalakirti: Manjusri, all buddha-fields are also empty. Manjusri: What makes them empty? Vimalakirti: They are empty because of emptiness. Manjusri: What … Continue reading

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The Right Stuff

5. The Consolation of the Invalid Then, the Buddha said to the crown prince, Manjusri, “Manjusri, go to the Licchavi Vimalakirti to inquire about his illness.” Manjusri replied, “Lord, it is difficult to attend upon the Licchavi Vimalakirti. He is … Continue reading

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