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The ocean is the source of all variety. Still in its depths, its surface spontaneously takes on all peaceful and wrathful forms that represent every kind of human experience. Just as the shape of the ocean's surface is capricious and variable, so the form of creation, the shape of our experience, is changeable, variable and unpredictable. The creativity of the pure essence of mind is allpervading like space and where it appears to manifest as this or that is always uncertain. 23 In the pure essence of mind, spontaneously, ultimate sovereign samadhi arises; and vision is like a vast ocean, unstructured, as extensive as space.
13 Analyzed it is nothing-letting it be, fine exaltation; it is truly invisible, yet it gratifies every need: the master, innocent of self and other, a treasure trove; the happy isles, revealed in selfless compassion. This precious wish-fulfilling gem of pristine awareness cannot be examined under the microscope or it appears nonexistent. But naturally relaxing into it, it spontaneously emanates a multiplicity of positive qualities; it is the invisible matrix that emanates all our needs and here the great way is revealed to all.
Yet diversity is manifestly apparent and that is the undiscriminating, all-inclusive sphere of the ali-good buddha, Samantabhadra. Total perfection has always been a fact and there has never been anything to do to actuate this immaculate 1 EYE OF THE STORM completion. All endeavor is redundant. What remains is spontaneity and that is always present as our natural condition. If the six lines are divided into three pairs of verses describing Dzogchen vision, meditation and action respectively, the first two lines express the view that pure mind is an ineffable singularity and cannot be analyzed; the second two lines indicate nonmeditation as the natural state of Samantabhadra's display; and the third couplet shows action as the non-directed actionnonaction-of spontaneous awareness.