By Trungpa, Rinpoche Chogyam
"transcript of talks given by means of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche on the fourth Vajradhatu Seminary, a twelve-week interval of extensive meditation and examine, held at Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin September-November 1976"
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Actually egolessness is not a good word. Instead we could say no ego is full of itself. When you make it "lessness," you make it a thing. It becomes a statement that you have credentials, as if you had a passport. So egolessness becomes your credential, rather than an expression of sunyata. Ego; egoless; egolessness. Ta is "ness," right? And sunya is empty. " But somehow it doesn't quite make it when we say in English that ego/essness does not have any fullness, and therefore it is utterly full.
Even though the theistic tradition may call their groups all sorts of names-the brotherhood of the white owl or the fellowship of this and that-nevertheless, none of those groups are regarded as sangha. There is a particular term for the fellowship or the sangha of buddhadharma. " By "supreme" we do not particularly mean the supremacy of one-upmanship. We are simply saying that such a quality exists in its own right, and therefore it is above as opposed to below. The supreme sangha could refer to different levels of sangha, obviously-baby sanghas, adult sanghas, or highly developed sanghas.
You could say that. But if you don't understand it, you may not be able to say Q: Okay. Well then, you said that egolessness is full. Is that similar to saying that emptiness is form? R: Not quite form as rupa. Instead of saying form, you could say full. Q: Emptiness is full. R: Yes. Emptiness is full as opposed to emptiness is form. You see, you don't have to resort to existence, which is the idea of form, rupa, body. You could say emptiness is full rather than trying to make it into a thing. Q: It's full of all the psychological dharmas and all of the lower dharmas of the phenomenal world?