By Trungpa, Rinpoche Chogyam
"transcript of talks given through Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche on the fourth Vajradhatu Seminary, a twelve-week interval of extensive meditation and learn, held at Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin September-November 1976"
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Extra resources for 1976 Seminary Transcripts: Hinayana - Mahayana
Anything else? Q: I'm curious about the tsiiltim sense of discipline. Does this come only with a sense of egolessness? R: Yes. Q: But until that point where you feel the sense of egolessness, it's not tsiiltim, right? R: Well, not necessarily. You see, when we talk about tsiiltim and egolessness, particularly egolessness, we are talking about possibilities or the wind of egolessness. Q: R: The what? Wind. You know, up in the air, wind. The point is that the practice of any beginning student is not all that perfect.
R: Well, you're not a Christian. " Q: In last year's seminary, you described the four obstacles to the path as eternity, pleasure seeking, sense of ego and ego fixation. Tonight your presentation was a little different. I don't know if it is the same thing you're talking about. R: I think it's the same thing. Q: The son of God: is that related to eternity or pleasure seeking? Q: R: Eternity. Q: The devil of skandhas-what is that? Pleasure seeking? I don't understand. R: That's spiritual materialism, pleasure seeking.
R: No ego has possibilities of fullness. When you say no ego, you are not saying "not ego," right? If you say not ego, it means this is not ego, but thereby something else is coming into the picture. When you say no ego, it produces a complete vacancy. Therefore there is the possibility that instead of somebody walking into it, no ego itself could actually wake itself up, resolve itself. No, meaning that point; mu in Japanese; sunya in Sanskrit, or bu in Chinese-all of those work together. The idea is simply no placement, just vacant.
1976 Seminary Transcripts: Hinayana - Mahayana by Trungpa, Rinpoche Chogyam