Mikyo Dorje's view is really hard to pin down because he says different things in different contexts and he doesn't explain things at length. I remember reading a quote of him saying that, but I took it to mean that he was saying that it isn't so much that sentient beings posses Buddha nature, but rather that Buddha nature possesses sentient beings because it is all pervasive.smcj wrote:If I'm not mistaken that was Mikyo Dorje's view I referenced above stated in a different way. But then he concluded that it meant sentient beings neither possessed or were part of the Buddha Nature. I just can't grok that.
Could you find the source in When the Clouds part about the Dharmakaya versus the Form Bodies? I've been rereading that book and I'd like to bookmark everything on Mikyo Dorje and I think I've missed that part.