Mastery of Conduct
Conventional distinctions regarding bliss and
emptiness, which are dependently arisen
Only apply in the context of delusion.
Since bliss and emptiness are inseparable in
the basic abiding nature,
To perform actions within that state is
mastery of conduct.
Composed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, at Rocky Mountain Dharma Center,in the summer of 1991. Commentary on "Eight Kinds Of Mastery"
Translated by Elizabeth Callahan.