67 Settling the Mind in Its Natural State

10 Oct 2013

Before the meditation, Dr. Wallace starts with a prelude to the meditation of settling the mind in its natural state. The focus should now be on the ongoing flow of mindfulness, whether thoughts and images arise or not. Special attention for “what’s there” when there are no thoughts.
After the silent meditation, Dr. Wallace comments on various quotes of great masters form Theravada, Sanskrit and Tibetan traditions on “what it is to rest in Shamatha”.

Meditation starts at: silent meditation (not recorded) starts at 09:04 min.

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