Can you celebrate the 100,000 suns?

Can you celebrate the 100,000 suns? Such will be the gamut of your Bardo experience. In the Bardo of Dharmatā, the Dharmatā Buddha will shower you with the primordial light of 100,000 suns. In this pivotal moment of reunification and refulgent immersion, one will not be burnt to toast but instead all that has been false in you throughout the millennia will dissipate like a young moth unfurling her wings from its darkened and stinking cocoon.  Do you see this glimmer of recognition? For the first time you are beholding your original face, not that false persona that societal norms have inflicted upon you. If you’re not careful, this window of golden opportunity will be lost—perhaps for further kalpas untold. For most, this will be an unbearable occurrence as they are terrified and repelled by the brilliance of this resilient light as they slither away in search of softer, more garish lights of further rebecoming in one of the six realms of impermanence. Prior-preparedness is vital. Undergo the gnosis of the Deathless Sound of the Tathagatakaya, that necessary mind-training lathered in Deep Samadhis that permanently expunges any further regenesis. Without this Final Release all is lost.

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2 Responses to Can you celebrate the 100,000 suns?

  1. n. yeti says:


    Vajragoni I have been remiss in expressing my condolences for the recent deaths in your family. While it is certainly true that Buddhism removes the sting of physical death, it is also true that there is some measure of sorrow to be carried in this world by everyone, and I offer my sincerest support to you and to anyone who has experienced the suffering of samsara, either themselves, or by witnessing the suffering of others. May Avalokitesvara be near to you now and always, my friend.

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