REALISE REALITY – REALISE THE DREAM

Realise Reality – Realise The Dream

Realise Reality – Realise The Dream
Realise The Dream – Realise Reality

This is the meaning of the two truths – relative truth and ultimate truth. One reflects the other. All traditions have their own way of expressing the esoteric (ultimate truth known only a few) and the exoteric (relative truth known to all).

In Tibetan Buddhism, there are two methods to the same reality – Mahamudra (the great seal) and Dzogchen (the great Perfection). We can either start with the dream, or start with the reality. We are talking here about the method and the fruition.

The Mahamudra path is to practise and practise until pure consciousness is realised. The Dzogchen approach is to have pure consciousness pointed out from the start, and then use the practices when we forget.

All paths lead to the same point. It all depends on what comes our way and what is suitable for us.

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