Preface to Simply Being, 3rd edition.

This has been translated into Hungarian by Tamás Németh.


In each moment of life, in each meeting with another person, in each meeting with ourselves, everything is complete. This is the essential view of Dzogchen. According to this view there are no loose ends of excess or deficit. This completeness does not mean that what we encounter is all stitched up according to some masterplan. Rather it is the completeness of the infinity of each single moment. However things are they will reveal their completion when we cease striving to create something, control something, become something, and allow the presence of ourselves within the becoming of the world.

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