Other translations:

Equality and Seven Things to Forget

When I realize everything’s equality
I forget all about my close friends and my relatives
It’s okay to forget the objects of your attachment

When I realize wisdom beyond thought
I forget everything included in perceiver and perceived
It’s okay to forget these causes of happiness and pain

Beyond memory, beyond feelings
I forget all about experiences, the good ones and the bad
It’s okay to forget them, they just go up and down

When I know the three kayas are present naturally
I forget all about the deity’s generation stage practice
It’s okay to forget the Dharma made of concepts

When I realize the result’s inside of me
I forget all about the results you have to strive and strain to get
It’s okay to forget the Dharma of the relative truth

Meditating on the key instructions
I forget all other explanations and their conventional terms
It’s okay to forget the Dharma that makes you arrogant

When I realize appearances are my texts
I forget all about those big books with their letters in black
It’s okay to forget the Dharma that’s just a heavy load

Under the guidance of Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, translated by Ari Goldfield, July 13, 2002, Dechen Choling, France. From the Tibetan text at page 674. Translation copyright 2012, Ari Goldfield.