13 Settling the Mind in its Natural State (3)

15 Apr 2012

In this practice, also known as ‘Taking the Impure Mind as the Path,’ we experientially distinguish between stillness and movement. Alan explains the various progressive stages according to the Sharp Vajra Tantra by Dudjom Lingpa. He also talks about how to balance compassion and wisdom, and the importance of setting aside any notion of progress during the sessions.

Meditation starts at 08:10

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