Buddhism’s Dzogchen teachings focus on the idea that every person, every one of us, has buddha nature, so we are all equally good in our intrinsic nature. Through becoming familiar with our buddha-nature, we ordinary human beings (even flawed ones) can relax. We can accept the whole situation of our wisdom and confusion as workable. We can even be beneficial and benevolent forces in the world. Our practice is not to be perfect, it is to be present – present with the whole situation of what we are.
Presence includes the whole situation of life – relating to our limits, confusions and challenges