30 Settling the Mind in its Natural State, part 2

12 Sep 2011

In this session Alan talks about the parallels of settling the mind in its natural state with rigpa.
Nirvana and samsara are of one taste and without preference from the perspective of rigpa.
Relationship of space/time, consciousness and energy to the different levels of the mind.
Anger from the perspective of the substrate maps to the luminosity aspect.
Craving from the perspective of the substrate maps to the bliss aspect.
Delusion from the perspective of the substrate maps to the non-conceptuality aspect.
Story of whole/half/no hamburger.
Practice (9:38):
Awareness of the body -> from whole body to abdominal breathing -> up to lip/nostrils -> to space of the mind and its contents

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