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Our nature is the mind. And the mind is our nature.
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"Samsara is not really there; it is just a mistake that we make, and nirvana is simply the correction of that mistake. We could also say that samsara is similar to dreaming and not knowing it is a dream—it is simply a misperception or mistaken understanding of the events that appear to be happening. Nirvana, in contrast, is like recognizing the dream for what it is."—Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso RinpocheGyamtso, K.T. (2003). The sun of wisdom. Boston: Shambhala.


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"Samsara is not really there; it is just a mistake that we make, and nirvana is simply the correction of that mistake. We could also say that samsara is similar to dreaming and not knowing it is a dream—it is simply a misperception or mistaken understanding of the events that appear to be happening. Nirvana, in contrast, is like recognizing the dream for what it is."

—Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche


Gyamtso, K.T. (2003). The sun of wisdom. Boston: Shambhala.



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