"When we know how to give rise to this gentle heart, then we are not in a hurry and we no longer have to be antagonistic to ourselves. Rather, we know how to hold this deep trust, we know that the ground of who we are is intrinsically enlightened, already the Buddha, and we have ecstatic compassion. Ecstatic compassion is a very unusual compassion. It doesn't make us feel sorrowful. It is this tremendous joy which knows that things are already perfect. We are already Buddha, yet there is compassion toward this temporary dream of duality. This dream is not going to last eternally. Believe it or not, the universe will provide us with much magic and many miracles to help us wake up. All dreams come to an end. It's just a matter of time."
This "magic/miracles" is probably not what mind uses to see/translate as such.
"When we leave mind alone, we arrive at a point where mind dissolves and where we know nothing and we are left innocent like a newborn child. Then the ground of all things reveals itself. Emptiness reveals itself, just like when the clouds move away, the majestic mountain reveals itself. Then we glimpse the ground of all things without any veils, barricades, or walls between our consciousness an the truth itself. We glimpse it just as we glimpse everything around us. Then absolute truth is transparent, immediate, and luminous."
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"There is no longer the duality between known and unknown in the highest spiritual awakening; they are both domains of the mind. Enlightenment is simply directly seeing the truth without mind's distortion, clear like the palm of your hand. The truth that we are talking about here is not truth in the conventional sense, rather it is the changeless truth, which is already there prior to the mind. It is paramartha satya, the ultimate truth."
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