Unity's theory on the nature of mind

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theanarchist
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Re: Unity's theory on the nature of mind

Post by theanarchist » Mon Apr 28, 2014 3:05 pm

I wouldn't go as far as calling myself "dzogchenpa" because even if I have heard some teachings my practice is rather meager (hey,resting in shamata without support, without a method or a notion of "I meditate", what I am supposed to practice according to my teacher is like getting a slippery fish under control with bare hands)

But one thing I know, what Unity describes has nothing to do with the dzogchen teachings and instructions I have heard. So nope, not the same subtle focus.

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Re: Unity's theory on the nature of mind

Post by purple rose » Mon Apr 28, 2014 3:32 pm

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