B. Alan Wallace, 06 May 2011
We return to the practice of settling the mind in its natural state. In the guided meditation, we bring the quality of quiet, bare attention to the visual, auditory, tactile, and then the mental field. In each domain, we allow there to be the simplicity of “in the heard, let there be just the heard” and so on.
The guided meditation begins at 7:45 in the recording.
After the guided meditation, Alan speaks freely for a while, encouraging us not to grasp onto anything which is not in our control. He also speaks about the process of gaining mastery over one’s own rigpa.
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