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December 09, 2013

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The nature of illusion is multifarious and difficult to dispel. Even death itself, which is certain, takes on an illusory shine because we cling to mind. Since it has not happened, we see it as a concept. Our opportunity in carnal form is not meaningless, but the means to shatter the stream of habit energy which flows from mind. When we see death as a transformation, not as an end, we can perceive this principle embodied as the dharmakaya.

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