If we are really honest with ourselves, if we allow space for ourselves, we automatically will know that the subtlety of self-hypocrisy is always there, without fail. Ever if you had great power, great will power to override those obstacles, still you would know. There still will be a very faint but very sharp, very delicate and penetrating understanding that something is not quite right. That is basic sanity, which continues all the time, without fail. That basic sanity really allows you to engage your speed and your pressure.
From”Bardo,” in Transcending Madness: The Experience of the Six Bardos, page 13.
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