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Buddhadharma : Fall 2013
FALL 2 0 1 3 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 35 of the things themselves and no longer make a distinction between essence and appearance. Do hindrances to following the tantric path come from fear because you have not actually applied the teachings? The greatest hindrance on the tantric path is fear of our own incompetence. You need to have ultimate conviction, and heroism of some kind. There is no danger other than that. On the tan- tric level, some kind of healthy ego and healthy arrogance is even encouraged. You need to have a sense of healthy ego and healthy arrogance, as well as some dignity and elegance in your practice and approach to life. To get cold feet when you are doing tantric practice is the great- est obstacle toward progress. PHOTO | ANDREW LEVER / MILLENNIUM IMAGES, UK