Thanks, it had to be done ...Sherab Dorje wrote:Discussion on "Unity's theory of the nature of mind" split to here
More than possible ... that's what ChNN teaches.Malcolm wrote:It's possible.mañjughoṣamaṇi wrote:
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. What do you currently think about the proposal that Milarepa's iconic hand-to-ear pose represents klong sde practice?
not surprized ... words are clear.Andrew108 wrote:Sorry Sönam, I don't understand what you mean.Sönam wrote:Just to observe than some are scotched to references ... what more can a reference bring? What would it changes with or without?Andrew108 wrote: Do you have a reference for that?
Just to observe than some are scotched to references ... what more can a reference bring? What would it changes with or without?Andrew108 wrote: Do you have a reference for that?
Anyway any form is a cause of meditation ... integration, meditation is not splited from non-meditation.pensum wrote:The Vijnanabhairava Tantra (a Shaivite text) lists this among its many forms of meditations.garudha wrote:Would staring into your own eyes be a valid non-dual awakening technique ?
They can, if they see that rock, river or wind is to be found on mind.Sherab wrote:That being the case, scientists should be able to find the mind in a rock, a river or the wind.Malcolm wrote:The mind is the basis, it doesn't have "the basis".