Settling the Mind In Its Natural State: Observing the Background

B. Alan Wallace, 20 Apr 2010

In this Morning Session, we practice Settling the Mind in its Natural State with an emphasis on observing the spaces in between thoughts and the “background” of the mind rather than the foreground and the thoughts.
Alan starts with a brief introduction, followed by the practice, and an outro regarding sensory distractions such as noises.

Another artistic shot by Malcolm.


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