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Nirvana as understood by the Mahayana tradition

Nirvana as understood by the Mahayana tradition is not a place to go, or that you become something, but more or less that you purify the obscurations and ignorance, and come in touch with your true nature. You become the true nature. At that point, it’s not “your” true nature, but the nature of the entire universe.

~ Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche

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