A yogi, a true practitioner, is someone who has been introduced to the natural state and is ‘undivided empty cognizance suffused with knowing’, the three kayas. A yogi does not find it sufficient to merely have recognized. Without training, the strength of that recognition will never be perfected and there is no stability. A yogi trains in this until perfection, until the fruition of the three kayas.
Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche
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