When speaking of Mahamudra,
It is not an identity that can be shown.
Therefore the mind’s suchness
Is itself the state of Mahamudra.
It is neither something to be corrected nor transformed,
But when anyone sees and realizes its nature
All that appears and exists is Mahamudra,
The great and all-encompassing dharmakaya.
Naturally and without contriving, allowed simply to be,
This unimagined dharmakaya,
Letting it be without seeking is the meditation training.
But to meditate while seeking is deluded mind.
from the book Songs of Naropa: Commentaries on Songs of Realization
translated by Erik Pema Kunsang
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