Let’s remember the enlightenment of Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal.
“Afterwards, I abided evenly in the view of the Great Perfection beyond all action, and as the experience dawned on me wherein all phenomena are extinguished in the nature of reality, I perceived in various forms according to the needs of beings.
To the hungry I was heaps of food and all good things, and thus I brought them joy.
To the cold and freezing I was fire and sun-warmth, thus their joy.
To the poor and needy I was wealth and riches, thus their joy.
To the naked I was every kind of raiment, thus their joy.
To the childless I was sons and daughters, thus their joy.
To those who craved a woman, I became a lovely girl and thus their joy.
To those who wanted magic powers, I gave prowess in the eight siddhis, and thus I brought them joy.
To the sick I was their remedy and thus their joy.
To the anguished I was all their mind desired, and thus I was their joy.
To those hard pressed by punishments of kings, I was the loving friend to lead them to the land of peace, and I was thus their joy.
To those who fell into the depths, I was their drawing out and thus their joy.
To those in prey to any of the elements, I was their medicine and thus their joy."
Quote: Lady of the Lotus Born, The Life and Enlightenment of Yeshe Tsogyal. —Dechen Chodron Steele