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August 25, 2016

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regarding our true nature, I think it is best understood in this way: Mind is panentheistic

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panentheism

Meaning Mind is both transcendent and immanent.This being the case, describing Mind is impossible because Mind is "Divinely Simple"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_simplicity

I realize these are not often used in Buddhist terminology; but the point they make is clear.

The dharmakaya is panentheistic, the dharmakaya is Mind.

The path of discovery is the discovery of our nature which leads to the realization of the dharmakaya as what has always been and always will be.

The illusory world of appearance is nothing more than a dream. In the dream we cannot perceive Mind, yet through this dream we can awaken to what is beyond it.

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