What Truth Can You Rely On?

There are three significant words here: truth, you and rely.
When we know both the absolute and relative meaning of these words,
we know the Dharma.

‘Truth’: truth is that which never changes – pure consciousness.
‘Truth’: truth is the three laws of attraction, aversion and indifference
that obscure pure consciousness

‘You’: absolute you is pure consciousness that never changes.
‘You’: relative you is karmic ideas to which pure consciousness unwittingly adheres.

‘Rely’: rely on this singular, absolute truth.
‘Rely’: rely on the fact that this bag of karmic ideas has no reality.

The Buddha just looks, sees, drops all ideas.
One taste, and you’ll know!


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