I cherry-picked part of chapter 35 for that...
I read what you pointed to with interest, and yeah it does summarize things pretty well IMO. But I don't think it tells the whole story as seen by the masters...
for example this:
The collective mind is bright and sunny, gay and prosperous
It is like enjoying a sacrificial ox
It is like ascending a tower in springtime.
The self alone, is so moored!
it is not yet divined on the tortoise-shell
it is like being a baby-child before it smiles.
Unattached, so unattached
The self looks absent of a place to merge.