Daily Wisdom / Tibetan Dharma

Supporting Conduct

Book coverWith regard to one’s behavior, one must relinquish all the limitations implied in subject-object duality (gzung ’dzin gyi la dor ba). One should abandon all ordinary ways of assessing outer and inner phenomena, and the engagement or withdrawal of the mind with regard to “good” and “bad.” One must not, through mindless clinging to sense objects, stray into the five ordinary mental poisons. For when approached with skillful means, all are but the display of the great and perfect equality.

From Treasury of Precious Qualities: Book Two: Vajrayana and the Great Perfection by Jigme Lingpa, page 110

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