Tilopa (988–1069) was an Indian tantric practitioner and mahasiddha. He discovered the mahamudra process, a set of spiritual practices that greatly accelerated the process of attaining bodhi (enlightenment).
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- No thought, no reflection, no analysis, No cultivation, no intention; Let it settle itself.
- "Six Precepts" of Tilopa, quoted in Powell Zen and Reality (1975), p. 72
- Without mind, without meditation, without analysis, without practice, without the will, let it all be so.
- Six Precepts of Tilopa, quoted in A.S. Kline's Like Water or Clouds - The T’ang Dynasty and the Tao (1947)