Tao Te Ching

The Power of Goodness, the Wisdom Beyond Words
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Maha Ati

By Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche


Quotes from Maha Ati

“Everything is naturally perfect just as it is, completely pure and undefiled. All phenomena naturally appear in their uniquely correct modes and situation, forming ever-changing patterns full of meaning and significance, like participants in a great dance… The everyday practice is just ordinary life itself.”

Chapters: 34. An Unmoored Boat

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“All aspects of every phenomenon are completely clear and lucid, the universe is open and unobstructed, everything mutually interpenetrating.”

Chapters: 25. The Mother of All Things

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“All phenomena are completely new and fresh, absolutely unique and entirely free from all concepts of past, present, and future.”

Chapters: 40. Returning

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“Learn to see everyday life as a mandala in which one is the center and be free of the bias and prejudice of past conditioning, present desires, and future hopes and expectations… be natural and spontaneous, accept and learn from everything.”

Chapters: 45. Complete Perfection

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“Since all things are naked, clear and free from obscurations, there is nothing to attain or realize.”

Chapters: 57. Wu Wei

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“The everyday practice is just ordinary life itself.”

Chapters: 47. Effortless Success

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“The everyday practice is simply to develop a complete acceptance and openness to all situations and emotions, and to all people experiencing everything totally without mental reservations and blockages...”

Chapters: 51. Mysterious Goodness

Themes: Openness

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“The past is but a present memory or condition, the future a present projection, and the present itself vanishes before it can be grasped.”

Chapters: 45. Complete Perfection

Themes: Projection

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