When we wake up from our confused state of mind, that is enlightenment.”
Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

Consider us to be architectural beings. There is a vision that begets a design, construction that creates a container, and a variety of living entities that consider us their home. The whole affair represents the experience of being. The quality of life for the entities depends on the success of the accommodation and the original design…

The container you create is the mental house that you inhabit. It can be pleasing and tastefully adorned. It can be average and uninspired, or it can be a total wreck on the verge of collapse. As your wide range of moods demonstrates, you are not particularly unified.

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