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Category: Sayings of the Buddhas
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'Although apparent phenomena manifest as diversity ---

yet this diversity is non-dual.

 

And of all the multiplicity

of individual things that exist,

none can be confined in a limited concept.

 

Staying free from the trap of any attempt

to say 'it's like this', or 'like that',

it becomes clear that all manifested forms are

aspects of the infinite formless,

and, indivisible from it,

are self-perfected.

 

Seeing that everything is self-perfected

from the very beginning,

the disease of striving for any achievement

is surrendered,

and just remaining in the natural state

as it is,

the presence of non-dual contemplation

continuously spontaneously arises."

 

The Six Vajra Verses