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Lions Roar : September 2015
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2015 62 9 88. Transcending self-and-other. Here, in this one bright pearl of a universe, there is not even a single thing. No self, no True Nature; no delusion, no wisdom; no seek- ing, no finding. No seeing, hearing, smell- ing, tasting, touching—and of utmost importance, no knowing. There is also no dharma. And even emptiness is empty. Chögyam Trungpa’s Comment: This is the absence of both striving and non-striving. It is the naked image of the primeval buddha principle. This entrance into the dharmakaya is the perfection of non-watching—there are no more criteria and the understanding of Maha Ati as the last stage is completely transcended. 9. The source. And yet... and yet... Though form is indeed exactly emptiness, form is also form. The one bright pearl manifests as the myriad things. From the beginning, nothing was ever missing. Time after time, just this has always been it. The universe of emptiness arises thus. Chögyam Trungpa’s Comment: Since there is already such space and open- ness and the total absence of fear, the play of the wisdoms is a natural process. The source of energy which need not be sought is there. It is that you are rich rather than being enriched by something else. Because there is basic warmth as well as basic space, the buddha activity of compassion is alive and so all communication is creative. It is the source in the sense of being an inexhaustible treasury of buddha activity. This is, then, the sambhogakaya.