08 Settling the mind in its natural state

B. Alan Wallace, 02 Sep 2011

In this session Alan introduces the practice of settling the mind in its natural state, this time first starting by focusing on the visual, auditory and tactile senses, and then switching to the mental. The practice entails attending to the space of the mind and whatever arises within that space, without distraction and without grasping.
The meditation starts at 5:23

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