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Buddhadharma : Spri 2007
buddhadharma| 57 |spring 2007 That teaching doesn’t appear in quite that way in other forms of Buddhism. ajahN amaro: I think we are talking at this point about the action of an enlightened person and our emulation of that. When people ask me how enlightened people act, I say they act like perfect anarchists. robiN korNmaN: Yes [laughs]. ajahN amaro: They are subject to no law whatso- ever. The heart is totally freed and unfettered, completely unbound. All they are is an inclination guided by infinite wisdom and infinite kindness, so their actions in the world are immensely powerful but not guided by ego’s concerns. Hence, they have powerful presence and an enormous capacity to manipulate the world, but that so-called manip- ulation is not motivated by the self. It merely responds to people’s needs and the needs of the situations put before them. They are guided by wisdom and compassion and not by any kind of reactive ego concern. robiN korNmaN: Yes, but it is so strong that it looks like someone trying to impose their will. It looks like somebody has taken the driver’s seat. ajahN amaro: But isn’t that the uniqueness of the Buddha? From the outside he looks like a person courtesyofJackshainmanGallery,nyc The Sower, 2002 ➤ continued page 64