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Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
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Nothing clicks. Or, on the other hand, we might find' them petrified. So things are always made out of substances which are very clunky. Things are always in the way. stead of ice somebody put pebbles in your glass. And pebbles do not melt. They are such a nuisance as you drink your particular alcoholic beverage. They are in the way, somewhat. That seems to be one of our basic reference points, a sense that everything is so clunky and so unyielding, that things are so fucked up, I suppose we could say.

By peace we do not mean peace with pleasure, particularly. Any time buddhism talks about peace, we should be quite clear and precise as to how it differs from the other words for peace-the om, shanti, shanti, shanti stuff. Peace in this case refers to an absence of chaos and a definite sense of clarity. But we are not talking about peace connected with pleasure at all. That should be very clearly understood. The basis of this notion o{peace is that we should cut through spiritual materialism. That peace has nothing to do with pleasure.

The three ideas of discipline or morality, meditation or samadhi, and prajna or knowledge exist throughout the hinayana. And hinayana discipline is directed towards transcending the six realms, including the realm of the gods. Basically the six realms are six states of experience or patterns of experience: the realm of hell, the hungry ghost realm, the animal realm, the human realm, the jealous gods' realm, and the realm of the gods, who dwell on their appreciation. The hinayana is directed towards transcending all those ego-trippings, transcending all those particular fixed conceptual ideas.

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