From "The Excellent Path of Devotion" by Sera Khandro
Eh ma ho!
Listen, pure Fortunate One,
to this explanation of the oral instructions on the secret of mind.
First, rest your body, speech, and mind at ease;
the key points of the body are the 7 points of Vairochana.
The key point of speech is to stop talking,
like the strings of a vina breaking.
Don’t attempt to speak.
Rest your voice and breath in their own places.
The key point of mind is to rest
in an uncontrived, clear, and empty state.
The mind’s nature is empty—
the dharmakāya, free from elaboration.
Its clear-light aspect is sambhogakāya,
Its radiation and reabsorption, the appearances of whatever arises,
Awareness, inseparable from the 3 kāyas,
is perfected in the ground.
For those of sharpest faculties
who can understand self-appearances as awareness,
these essential oral instructions are supremely profound.
Those of intermediate faculties, whose minds rely on objects,
need the oral instructions on destroying the house of dualistic fixation
through discerning saṃsāra and enlightenment with body, speech, and mind
and through the mind’s arising, abiding, and so forth.
You must take my advice—these profound oral instructions—
to heart without being lazy like a child
or allowing them to dissipate.
The view of emptiness is nothing more than this.
The awareness of the three kāyas is this itself.
Great self-originating wisdom is this.
Even if you search the entire 3000-fold universe,
you won’t find a higher secret of mind.
Because your mind is actually the perfected buddha,
do not search elsewhere for some other so-called buddha.