The three worlds are primordially pure.
Ultimately, there is nothing more to understand.
Not negation, unceasing continuity,
Unchanging—such is the view.
The innate essence is naturally luminous.
Unconditoned, meditation is unceasing.
Not negation, beyond losing and gaining,
Without desire or attachment—such is the meditation.
Arising from the natural occurrence of various coincidences,
The play of illusion is unobstructed.
Things are unpredictable, abrupt—such is the action.
Mind shines as bodhicitta.
There is no attainment of the three kayas of buddha.
Not negation, beyond hope and fear,
Without ground or root—such is the fruition.
From The Life of Marpa the Translator, translated by Chögyam Trungpa and the Nalanda Translation Committee, pages 60–61