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The Emptiness of All Forms
The inner nature of all forms of reality, of all forms of experience, is inherently empty. That emptiness is the deepest characteristic of True Nature, the deepest dimension of True Nature. Whatever we experience, if we experience it fully, we recognize that there is nothing there. Whatever we experience is ephemeral; it does not have its own substantial existence. The inner nature of reality is not only transparent and luminous but, when you experience it fully, you realize that there isn’t any mass to it. There is no abiding existence, no continuing existence through time. We say that is the emptiness of the ground.

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