The realizations that arise through meditating thus|
Are all of the same taste.
They are not manifold; they are not different.
It is like those who come from three directions
And meet together in a single place,
And like the different flowing streams
That join and are as one within a single sea.
Bliss, luminosity, and no-thought--
Whichever of these methods one may practice--
When mental movement comes to complete rest
And in the nature of the mind, the unborn space, dissolves,
The enlightened mind, devoid of concepts
(Whether of existence or of nonexistence),
The sun of fundamental nature, bright and clear,
Will rise up from within.
In this realization, changeless and unmoving,
There is nothing to be added, nothing to remove.
-- Longchenpa, from "Finding Rest in Meditation", published by Shambhala