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You are deeper than your life shows, and you know it. You are more loving than your relationships allow, more brilliant than your career suggests. In your secret depth of being, you are infinite, creative, boundless, and utterly unable to press your full glory into the world.
Or so it seems. In Blue Truth , David Deida presents a treasury of skills and insights for uncovering and offering your true heart of purpose, passion, and unquenchable love. In part one, Deida shows you how to open as the entirety of the moment, feeling as deep inside and as far outside as you can, for as long as now opens. Although not a Buddhist or part of any pre-existing spiritual tradition, David Deida's fresh, original teaching lays bare the essence behind each moment's appearance.
His is the exact form of on- the-spot insight, cutting through to the nature of reality, that traditions spring up in the wake of. But David is far more concerned with your authentic realization of openness and love than he is with creating more clothing for yet another spiritual outfit. His teaching serves to remove any cloaks your heart might be wearing, especially any garments knit of sexual confusion.
The true Buddha does not just sit above us all in the remote vastness of heavenly firmaments, but resides within the heart and mind of each and every one of us. What we seek, we are. It is all within.
This is the naked truth, a veritable fact of life. David Deida understands this. He speaks from that position. To him, nakedness is far more than mere nudity, and his kind of tantra reaches far beyond prurient interests, sensuality, and mere sex.
From the primordial state of infinite, pure and spontaneously accomplishing awareness arises infinite teachings and manifestations. Timeless truths reveal themselves in timely new forms, appropriate for today and tomorrow. In our ancient Nyingma tradition of Tibet, these are called termas, or rediscovered Dharma treasures, which can come in the form of spiritual revelations of breathtaking beauty and grandeur as well as more pragmatically in the form of spiritual teachings and transmissions, empowerments, exercises and practices.
This is how the Tibetan tantric Vajrayana tradition continues to revitalize and continually propagate itself. I believe that David Deida is actually onto something like this, in his own inimitable way. These are big words, but David is a big mind that can step into such yeti-sized shoes and tread such a nondual mystical path. A gifted and charismatic teacher, an erudite and wise person of integrity and heart, David is the one western teacher of tantra whose books I read and whom I send students to learn from.
He is a bridge-builder between East and West, between ancient and modern wisdom traditions regarding this least understood of all spiritual teachings: the mystery of intimacy as a yoga of transformation, transcendence, and self-realization. Buddha nature is the essence of every appearance and every moment of nowness. And Blue Truth points to the Buddha nature of now so artfully and so consistently, and in so many different areas of human life, that you can't help but have glimpses of the Dharmakaya, the Unborn and undying naked reality shining through your own experience, as you taste it via David's evocation of each moment's realization of what "is" in the very midst of what appears to be.
Blue Truth functions like the renowned Tibetan truth- method called Pointing-out Instructions, reminding us that phantasmagorical visible appearances are a magical, dream-like display of consciousness, energy and light; and that the only authentic choice is to recognize it Just As Is within love's fearless, accepting embrace.
Mark my words: in a future that I hope is not too far off, David Deida's original western Dharma will be widely known as one of the most sublime and accessible expressions of the essence of spiritual practice that is freely offered today.
The results of true practice, in any tradition, are unmistakable; David Deida demonstrates them. Truths are many, but truth is one. All the great traditions have this truth at the core.
Dzogchen teaching expresses it without much cultural accouterment or baggage. Not a matter of mere intellection, it can't really be taught--but it can be caught.
When you catch on, then it is truly transmitted and realized. We can truly awaken in this way. Spiritual seekers can realize what masters and sages throughout the ages have always realized: the facticity of what is, clear vision of things as they are through naked denuded awareness--not fabricating anything, not constructing, not building anything up, far beyond contrivance and elaboration.
This true teaching on the primordially pure and perfectly whole, complete and radiant nature of reality, mind and consciousness is as true today as it was thousands of years ago. No one has a corner on the market of truth. It is free and belongs to everyone, to one and all. Truth belongs to those who cherish it and realize it. Though David doesn't call himself a Buddhist, I do know that he is deeply rooted in Buddha-nature.
His teaching exposes that fact. I think we are all lucky to find these naked teachings here today, just as I count myself fortunate to have David as a Dharma friend.