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Return to Book Page. Nothing need be asserted and nothing need be negated, for the perfection of the moment excludes the possibility of detracting expression which both positive and negative assertions imply.
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Just callm moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Translated by Tarthang Tulku, with his illuminating commentary on the stages of meditation experience. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Explore the Home Gift Guide. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Then finding no mind which is clinging, Relax, detached in simple freedom, And thus composed, the outer and inner Stream of images flows unbroken. Essential texts for study and practice.
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Attention to them, discovering their substantial Emptiness, destroys their fascination. Some cover wear, may contain a few marks. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. So information differs from experience. So let the stream of insight flow until it vanishes. Keith Zimmerman marked it as to-read Mar 14, Cogan Higgins rated it liked it Sep 16, I am solely responsible, however, for the translation and commentary of Calm and Clear.
Arundel Books of Seattle Published: A banana tree or magical illusion, There will be no desire for it.
Ronald Diehl marked it as to-read Nov 25, Here, the attribute of the Great Self Is unsurpassed and transcendent.
Calm and Clear by Lama Mipham Series: World of Books Ltd Condition: Jason marked it as to-read Dec 03, Distortion and dispersion, the causes of passion, Must be replaced by incisive attentiveness. Translated by Tarthang Tulku, with his illuminating commentary on the stages of meditation experience. Tarthang Tulku was one of my Refuge Lamas, and since the project was initiated by him and some initial spadework on the translation was done by his disciples, notably Mervin Hanson and John Reynolds, the work is attributed to him in some contexts in the book.
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Calm and Clear By Mipham, Lama. Kimberley Mixter rated aand it was ok Jan 28, Gibson rated it really liked it May 04, The process begins by visualizing an ad of one’s greatest desire — usually a man or a woman — in front of one and holding it. The first is the direct and immediately efficacious Mantrayana, and the second the Madhyamika path of the Mahayana which is an easier, slower, and less dangerous means of attaining the same ends.
What makes Biblio different? Without assertion of something or nothing In the flow of ineffable significance Only unquestionable experience dawns. Find Rare Books Book Value. Like sugar dissolved in water, like heat and fire, or like water and wetness, there is not one without the other. The Nyingma tradition offers two possible vehicles to travel the path to a realisation of the inadequately expressed goal which the visions imply.
Edward rated it really liked it Aug 14, Contemplate to capacity All the pain of the human mlpham, The bodymind contrivance as the basis of it all. May all miphwm be happy!
No mere intellectual certainty is valuable when faced with the naked reality of the depths of mind. Russell Mi;ham Ltd Condition: The unity of emptiness and bliss in all our experience is the final fruit of this oh so simple meditation technique.
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The two truths, the relative empiric truth and the ultimate and absolute truth become one, and the yogin is the knowledge holder annd this authentic state of being.
Then having finally destroyed all attachment to both external and internal forms, the distinction between subject and object is destroyed and the all-pervasive ultimate reality is understood. Demonstrates clearly how to combine study and practice. The particulars of every situation are perceived, but none bring disquiet for the ultimate relationship between the parts is the harmonising, unifying factor. No library descriptions found. Discovering, however, that what was previously considered to be a concrete entity is a composition of parts which for convenience were categorised under the five groupings of bodymind, the tendency is to identify with the sum of the parts.
Although a vision of reality excluding the limitations of duality and selfishness is dimly perceived, the same process of examination and purification during meditation is essential. Natasha is currently reading it Mar 06, The book is famous as a “meditation for dummies,” in a manner of speaking, so with this good tranlation you can’t go wrong.