The Great Garuda states:

The implications of the threefold encounter-the display that manifests as an objective field of experience can be discerned within the “interval” between sense objects and mind, with nothing that arises being rejected.

Just as the universe manifests within the realm of space, samsara and nirvana arise within the scope of awareness as its unceasing dynamic energy. Of what are they the dynamic energy, you wonder? Just as dreams arise from the dynamic energy of sleep, owing to non-recognition of awareness beings of the three realms and the apparent phenomena of the universe manifest from the dynamic energy that arises as ordinary mind-the eight modes of consciousness. Like confused perceptions manifesting from the dynamic energy of a virulent fever, the apparent phenomena of samsara arise naturally from the confusion of ordinary mind, yet even as they arise they are pure as natural manifestations of emptiness.

The All-Creating Monarch states:

All phenomena have the characteristic of space. The characteristic of space is suchness itself. The characteristics of the three kayas abide thus. Everything abides in suchness itself. However they manifest, all phenomena, being just as they are, cannot be improved upon.

All phenomena, regardless of how they manifest, and natural mind are timelessly of the same nature, so do not think of this in terms of traditions based on either causes or results. When one examines the suchness of natural mind, what manifests is essence, one’s own enlightenment

The All-Creating Monarch

Since the heart essence24 is ineffability (the timeless freedom of apparent phenomena and mind), the expanse of evenness (the nature of phenomena in which confusion settles out naturally) abides uninterruptedly in the realm of dharmakaya. There is no division between things arising and being free; they converge in a single blissful expanse. In arising, they arise naturally, holding to their own place. In abiding, they abide naturally, holding to their own place. In being freed, they are freed naturally, holding to their own place. Everything is naturally free, arising from the expanse of the nature of phenomena, and thus does not stray elsewhere, being simply the display of dharmakaya. Apparent phenomena, naturally manifest and experienced unconditionally, are the natural expressions of emptiness. They abide in the ultimate heart essence, being neither positive nor negative.