Excerpt About Traceless Enlightenment

Experiencing Traceless Enlightenment

This sense of the ordinariness of true nature is a kind of freedom that in time becomes traceless enlightenment. When enlightenment doesn’t leave a trace, it means that there is nobody there thinking about it and feeling liberated. We don’t feel liberated, because the question of being liberated is irrelevant for true nature. And when we are not concerned about whether we are enlightened or not, we are not concerned about whether other people are enlightened or not. Everybody is who they are, and we relate to them naturally, freely, and spontaneously.

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