What sort of a thing is self-experience? In self-experience there is no between something resting and something being rested in.
Self-experience is this sort of a resting in the very process of recognition. To speak in terms of how it functions, one could say it is the experience itself of experiencing oneself [laughs].
Composed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, at Rocky Mountain Dharma Center, in the summer of 1991. Commentary on Ocean of True Meaning.
Translated by Jim Scott.