In the awakened nature of mind, which can be neither affirmed nor denied, timeless awareness without dualistic perception abides as a matter of course. In naked awareness, involving no causality, abides the unique sphere that is neither positive nor negative. In unobstructed awareness, without limit or center, the wholly positive enlightened intent of dharmakaya abides as a matter of course. In enlightenment-self-knowing awareness, the heart essence of ineffability the totally pure and non-referential intent of victorious ones is clearly evident

In the awakened nature of mind, which can be neither affirmed nor denied, timeless awareness without dualistic perception abides as a matter of course. In naked awareness, involving no causality, abides the unique sphere that is neither positive nor negative. In unobstructed awareness, without limit or center, the wholly positive enlightened intent of dharmakaya abides as a matter of course. In enlightenment-self-knowing awareness, the heart essence of ineffability the totally pure and non-referential intent of victorious ones is clearly evident

One does not perceive the ultimate meaning of the nature of phenomena by cultivating meditative stability. Naturally manifest meditative absorption is free of conceptual extremes. The nature of phenomena, free of elaboration, is equal to the limits of space. A pure frame of reference entails no reifying thoughts. Buddhahood, free of the four limitations, is self-knowing awareness. Dharmakaya is beyond the limitations of existence and nonexistence. The unique awakened state is free of judgment, dharmakaya is without the dualism of “is” and “is not,” and the blissful force of self-knowing awareness is beyond reifying thoughts. -The Tantra of the Great and Perfect Dynamic Energy of the Lion

When lights of five colors shine without obstruction from a crystal, these lights are perceived as distinct colors, yet none is better or worse. They are the dynamic energy of a single crystal sphere. Self-knowing awareness, the ground of being, is similar to that crystal sphere: its emptiness is the nature of dharmakaya, its naturally radiant lucidity is sambhogakaya, and its unceasing avenue as the ground for arising is nirmanakaya. The three kayas are spontaneously present in basic space as the ground of being.

The nature of phenomena requires nothing other than It self natural mind. Natural mind, uncontrived, is defined as dharmakaya. In being uncontrived, it is timelessly beyond origination, So, in the ultimate sense of non-origination, there is nothing to strive for or achieve. That which requires no action will not be accomplished by effort or achievement.