Our Pristine Mind

Author: Orgyen Chowang
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 083484009X
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This book presents the entire journey of meditation, from the very beginning all the way to the complete happiness of enlightenment. It is a realistic, natural process that can be practiced and experienced by anyone.

Hurry Up And Meditate

Author: David Michie
Publisher: Shambhala
ISBN: 9781559399111
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The quality of our pristine mind, while a source of happiness, is not a static
experience. Meditators far more advanced than I report that dampening down the
agitation and removing some of the obscuration is only the start of our positive
experience, not the end point. To a more limited extent, my ability with the
practice continues to improve incrementally, and even though I am no meditation
champion, I have discovered nothing to rival this practice for providing a deeper
sense of ...

Meditations Of A Buddhist Skeptic

Author: B. Alan Wallace
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231530323
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The realization of the indivisibility of external space and internal space as being
of the one nature of your own pristine awareness, in which luminosity and
emptiness are indivisible, is the inconceivable “secret” space. All phenomena are
thus displays of the ground of being, the absolute space ofphenomena,
indivisible from pristine awareness. Pristine awareness eternally pervades the
mind streams of all sentient beings. However, due to our reifying external objects
and our own inter- ...

No Time To Lose

Author: Pema Chödrön
Publisher: Shambhala Pocket Classics
ISBN:
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of "for and against," "like and dislike," "want and don't want," and all the rest of our
misery. This generates the second kind of ignorance: the ignorance of the
kleshas. Once born, our emotions quickly intensify, and suffering increases. Thus
the ignorance of dualistic perception leads predictably to turmoil. Just as ill health
incapacitates the body, ignorance covers the freshness of our pristine, naked
mind. The inability to see without bias and preconceptions clouds our natural
mindfulness ...

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Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Preparing For Tantra

Author: Rob Preece
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834829517
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Thus on an inner level, my mind was in a very deep way inseparable from the
guru's mind. We might call this level of guru yoga the secret or suchness guru.
Lama Zopa once described this secret guru as “the dharmakaya, the
transcendental wisdom of nondual bliss and voidness, the eternal primordial
mind that has no beginning and no end.” When we recognize the nature of our
own mind in its pristine clarity, it is inseparable from the guru, or perhaps we
could say it is the guru.

The World Of Tibetan Buddhism

Author: Dalai Lama
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0861719689
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It is considered to be the highest because in the practice of Great Perfection we
utilize our pristine awareness rather than utilizing our ordinary mind as in the
preceding eight vehicles. Yet, if this is the case, how can we explain that these
various views—whether of Mahamudra, Dzog-chen breakthrough practice, or
Highest Yoga Tantra—come to the same point: the fundamental innate mind of
clear light? An answer to this question has been given by Dodrup Jigme Tenpai
Nyima, who ...

The Human Mind

Author: James Sully
Publisher:
ISBN:
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The explanation is that this particular sound, having been heard again and again
among surroundings, as park and woodland, which have a marked
accompaniment of pleasure, has become contiguously interwoven with these
presentations, and so produces a faint re-excitation of the many currents of
enjoyment which accompanied these. It is probable that such associative
integrations serve to modify our pristine sense-feelings to a much larger extent
than we are aware of. Thus the ...

A Biblical Start To Solid Foundations

Author: R. Darryl Allgood
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449756050
Size: 49.46 MB
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... intoa clean larger container, youstillhave a clean batch of water.But themoment
you add a little dirt here anda little dirt there,ithas become polluted. After aperiod
of time and more contamination, it becomes cloudy and unhealthy in appearance
. Even if you purify the water by adding chemicals, it will never return to the
pristine stateitwasinthe beginning. Our mind and thoughts are thesame.
Everytime a person views garbage,we can never remove it completely from our
body and mind.

How We Learn

Author: Benedict Carey
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447252101
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... and even if we could, there's no chance that the entire table would scroll back
up in pristine clarity. Our minds don't work in the same way. Yet S.'s use of
multiple perceptions—audio, visual, sensual—hints at how we can capitalize on
context. We can easily multiply the number of perceptions connected to a given
memory—most simply, by varying where we study. How much could a simple
change in venue aid recall? In the mid1970s, a trio of psychologists performed an
experiment ...