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Lions Roar : September 2015
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2015 61 7 66. Riding home. Here we can begin to loosen our grips on our minds, on our stories of how we and the world are or should be, and even on the tools of the dharma. We play freely on the iron flute with no holes. Entrusting ourselves to the universe, we receive all that comes and we release all that goes. Chögyam Trungpa’s Comment: There is no longer any question of search. The ox (mind) finally obeys the master and becomes creative activity. This is the breakthrough to the state of enlighten- ment. With the unfolding of the experi- ence of Mahamudra, the luminosity and color of the mandala become the music which leads the ox home. 7. Transcending other. Having returned home, here we can rest. We’ve lost the ox, we’ve found the ox—who can even remem- ber what that search was for? Original Face? As soon as it is mentioned, the arrow sinks in stone. Yet in this very place, where funda- mentally nothing is acquired, we really do acquire it. Chögyam Trungpa’s Comment: Even that joy and color become irrelevant. The Mahamudra mandala of symbols and energies dissolves into Maha Ati through the total absence of the idea of experience. There is no more ox. Crazy wisdom has become more and more apparent and you totally abandon the ambition to manipulate.