Focusing on the body as the Path
Do we have to cultivate enlightenment?
The thing about the Dharma is that it's universal. It's the law that gives rise to reality itself and all that appears therein. There are uncountable books and articles on Buddhism, but really the teachings are conveyed by every experience we have, everything we observe.
Emptiness isn't a thing, really, but the way of things... the same way that flowing isn't a thing, it's the nature of water.
"We're looking for something that's indivisible, that can stand on its own... that's whole, perfect, and complete. That's why we made God. That's why we made emptiness, Suchness, and Buddha-nature. We're on a perpetual quest for the lowest common denominator."