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The subtle obstacles to the stream of spontaneously apparent forms are removed in the same way as the grossest forms of passion –by means of close attention while searching for the essential nature of the object.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Wraps faded to white at spine, title remaining strong, small closed tear at rear wrap. Prade marked it as to-read Apr 12, Continuing meditation by examining whatever arises in the mind, the distinction should be made between the experience of the mmipham of the bodymind complex and the unconditioned states of concentration which should become more frequent as meditation progresses. A manual of basic, simple Buddhist meditation for the beginner that takes him all the way.
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Ronald Diehl marked it as to-read Nov 25, This nondual immanent understanding Free of the objectifying process of mind When desired, can be immediately realised By znd Mantrayana cldar.
The belief in any ‘self’ or ‘entity’ is shattered in this vision of totality. No current Talk conversations about this book. Explore the Home Gift Guide. RYI Library marked it as to-read Oct 08, In the post-meditative state reality sustains the dreamlike quality which has been developed and insight does anr vanish with the completion of formal practice, yet the root causes of delusion remain as subtle and elusive obstacles to full understanding.
May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Method of Meditation 2 Imagining an image before one Of whatever is desired most And distinguishing the five groupings of elements Begin to analyse the imaginary body.
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References to this work on an resources. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Or this ultimate crucial height Can be reached after purifying inspection Attaining gradual conviction on the path In the Middle Way meditation practice. Herbert Guenther and images of the original Tibetan pages.
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Popular covers see all 5 covers. Used book in ahd condition. At the Tibetan Nyingma Meditation Center. Events Books Contact Search. Yontan Gyatso rated it liked it Oct 28, Lama Mipham’s verses and Tarthang Tulku’s commentary provide a step by step guide to basic analytic meditation.
Translated by Tarthang Tulku, with his illuminating commentary on the stages of the all encompassing mind, body, spirit meditation experience. Then, cleqr a process of analytical deconstruction of the objects that appear in the mind, a sense of the ephemeral, impermanent nature of existence increases along with an awareness of the unsatisfactoriness of being human.
The momentarily lma visionary field has some snags in it and pulls mind in that direction, limiting the scope of vision and preventing the full awareness of the breadth and depth of reality. I am solely responsible, however, for the translation and commentary of Calm and Clear.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Discovering, however, that what was previously considered to be a concrete entity is a composition c,ear parts which for convenience were categorised under callm five groupings of bodymind, the tendency is to identify with the sum of the parts.
Thought has been transformed into the underlying understanding which clm inseparable from the self-awareness of the form which is discerned. The precise discriminating awareness which is inseparable from the realm of self-sameness prevents the overbalance into an entranced state of blissful unknowing.
Lists with This Book. But with the certainty of this realisation And with an ongoing vision of magical illusion Understood through unsullied insight, Still bound by the fascination of form And failing to relax hypnotic ideas, Balked by conceptualisation, The essential pervasive passivity is unseen.
Rather there is a continuous sense of amazement at the ineffable beauty and sublimity of the being in life and understanding. Translated by Tarthang Tulku, with his illuminating commentary on the stages of meditation experience.
The flow of perception is unimpeded.