When Asked What He Learned From Naropa, Marpa Said…..

Excerpt From ‘The Life of Marpa The Translator’ by Chogyam Trungpa.

”….. I saw the self-born sambhogakaya (bliss body).

I saw the inner mind as dharmakaya (the unmanifested changeless unborn essence of the universe)

I saw outer appearances as nirmakaya (the earthly physical body subject to change)

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If I explain all of my realisation,

Some of you will not be able to contain it in your mind.

If I explain just a corner of it, it is like this:

Having confidence in luminosity

Is indeed the view free from bias or partiality.

Meditation is continuous, like the flowing of a wide river.

By not regarding meditation as limited to the four periods

and by abandoning hypocritical thoughts,

There is no distinction between meditation and post-meditation.

By obtaining the power of both prana (energy) and mind

The fear of samsara (repetitive history, illusion, journeying through fate and circumstance) disappeared long ago.

These are my realisations.”

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