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Video set up

Video Set Up

For the Birds 3:26 min.

4:29 min. French Pigeons

The Red Button 0:45 min. Buddhas Thoughts 2:46 min. | Compassion, Nature of Mind, Relative Truth & Absolute Truth | Sogyal Rinpoche 2:42 min.! States and Stages of Consciousness, Ken Wilbur | 10:43 min.

Transcending the Layers of Consciousness by Adyashanti | 4:46 min. Song of Vajra

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Pre session video music

Pre-session Video-Music

Who Am I? by Puppetji 4:02 min.

Puppetji and the Secret, 2:52 min.

Enlightenment by Puppetji , 1:50 min.

4:29 min. French Pigeons

The Red Button 0:45 min.

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Quintessential buddha dharma

Quintessential Buddha Dharma

The Nature the Mind

Experiential Understanding

of the Aware Mind

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The teaching of the buddha is primarily about mind

The teaching of the Buddha is primarily about mind.

May all sentient beings dwell in the great equanimity that is free from passion, aggression, and prejudice.

May the entire earth and contents fully awaken as the sole mandala of this Magical Manifestation Matrix.

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Scientific symbol for consciousness

Scientific Symbol for Consciousness

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Self generated meditation

self-generated meditation

Buddhas Thoughts 2:46 min.

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Compassion the nature of mind

Compassion & the Nature of Mind | Compassion, Nature of Mind, Relative Truth & Absolute Truth | Sogyal Rinpoche

2:42 min.

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All waves are truly one vehicle

All Waves are Truly One Vehicle

All teachings lead all beings

to the state of Buddhahood. It seems like there are three different teachings.

However, they are only skillful means of the Shakyamuni Buddha to guide people according to their level of understanding.

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Reviewing our condition

Reviewing | Our Condition

For a human being, life in the present is always oblivious to its perfect state because the

mind is full of craving or desire

in a world of delusion in which things are pleasant and unpleasant.

Sensation arises and flows

according to impulses.

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Review of vajra speech

Review of Vajra Speech

  • We are what we think.

  • All things are preceded by the mind, led by the mind, created by the mind.

  • All thoughts vanish into emptiness like the imprint of a bird in the sky.

  • Once we wake up from the delusion of impure phenomena, they disappear.

  • Cause and effect are you. That is why

    what you do and what happens to you are the same thing.

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Vajra speech

Vajra Speech

  • Enlightenment can and does use all available emotions

  • Nonattachment is not avoidance of attachment, for it is another form of clinging to the denial of your human attachment needs out of trust that love is not reliable

  • Chaos is inherent in all compounded things

  • Concentrate the mind on the present

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Vajra speech1


  • All such notions as causation, succession, atoms, primary elementsare all figments of the imagination and manifestations of the mind.

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Vajra speech2


  • We are the change that we seek.

  • Once that I know I am responsible for my thoughts, I also know that I can drop it at any moment I decide to drop it.

  • My ego-clinging, selfish mind (creator or my world of fear and suffering), I shall destroy you.

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Vajra speech3


  • The water of compassion courses thought the canal of loving kindness.

  • Even with chains on your feet you can dance; then even the sound of chains will have a melody to it.

  • As the source of both inner and external peace, compassion and love are not mere luxuries but also fundamental to the survival of our species.

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Vajra speech4


  • Do not project space as being there. Do not grasp awareness as being here! This is because space and awareness are a primordial unity.

  • The mind, though free from arising and ceasing, manifests in various ways so that the Nirmanakaya (minds awareness and clarity) is the unceasing appearances of the expressive power of mind.

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Vajra speech5


The world is regarded as a phenomena originating in the mind. And the mind, untamed, remains confused with hope (attachment) and fear (aversion), and ensnared by the eight worldly concerns.

Emptiness is form, form is emptiness.

Mind is empty.

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Vajra Speech

Minds nature has neither birth nor cessation, like space.

When you realize the real meaning of the equal nature of all things, to remain in that state, without searching, is meditation.


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Buddha nature in essence is mind itself. Once it's recognized as such -- then you are a buddha.

As long as it's not recognized, there is suffering. A scriptural reference says,

The mind of a sentient being is buddha itself; it just happens to be clouded and bewildered. When this bewilderment and misunderstanding are removed, buddha is present.

This is to say that, in a sense, we are each a buddha and yet don't realize it; only our blindness, our emotionality and ignorance prevent us from realizing this.



It represents the highest system of spiritual practice which leads to the recognition of the state of absolute knowledge

the Natural State

that exists in all sentient beings.

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The diamond sutra

The Diamond Sutra

Like a tiny drop of dew, or a bubble floating in a stream;

Like a flash of lightning in a summer cloud,

Or a flickering lamp, an illusion, a phantom, or a dream

Is how to contemplate our conditioned existence in this fleeting world.

Chapter 32. All Phenomena are Illusions

that cuts through illusion

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According to Tibetan Buddhism and New Bn

  • Dzogchen(Rdzogschen or Atiyoga) is the natural, primordial state or natural condition, and is also a body of teachings and meditation practices aimed at realizing that condition.

  • According to Dzogchen literature, Dzogchen is the highest and most definitive path to enlightenment in ones lifetime.

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The mind itself is the perfect Buddha.

Do not search for the Buddha anywhere else.

The Three Words that Strike to the Heart of the Essential Point


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  • Direct Introduction

    to the primordial state (ones own true nature) is transmitted straight away by the master to the disciple. The master always remains in the primordial state, and the presence of that state communicates itself to the disciple in whatever situation or activity he/she may share.

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Shri singha


  • Not Remaining in doubt about this unique state

    By entering into this unique state of non-dual contemplation and by experiencing the primordial state, the disciple no longer remains in any doubt as to what it is.

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The Disciple continues in the state of non-dual contemplation,

bringing contemplation into every action, until that which is every individuals true condition from the beginning (the Dharmakaya) is made real, or realized. One continues right up to Total Realization.

As fordirectly continuingwith confidence in liberation: Whatever gross or subtle thoughts may arise, by merely recognizing their nature, they arise and (self-) liberate simultaneously in the vast expanse of the Dharmakaya, where Emptiness and Awareness (are inseparable). Therefore, one should continue directly with confidence in their liberation.

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Rainbow Body of masters who dissolve in light and live for centuries to benefit other beings


NyangTingdzinZangpo, ChetsunSengeWangchuk, and Padmasambhava

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Sanskrit for


The Primordial Buddha

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The three precepts of dzogchen

The Three Precepts of Dzogchen

  • DIRECT INTRODUCTION. One is introduced directly to one's true nature. This is why GarabDorje is often portrayed pointing his finger at the viewer.

  • REMAINING WITHOUT DOUBT. One attains certainty about this natural state

  • CONTINUING TO REMAIN IN THIS STATE. One continues with confidence in liberation or continuing in the non-dual state.

    When the practitioner experiences the natural state, other practices are given so that this natural state can be regained, maintained, and integrated.

GarabDorjes Three Precepts of Dzogchenare known as the "Three Words that Strike to the Heart of the Essential Point

They summarize the whole of the Dzogchen teachings

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The upadeshas

The Upadeshas

  • There are many Upadesha instructions a practitioner can employ to realize the nature of mind, the natural state, the buddha nature.

  • Often referred to as pith instructions

The ultimate nature of all sentient beings is said to be pure, all-encompassing, primordial activity (naturally occurring timeless clarity which has no form of its own and yet is capable of perceiving, experiencing, reflecting, or expressing all form.

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  • "When, from out of the primordially pure Dharmadhatu, suddenly Rigpa arises; and with it, there is an instantaneous recognition

  • It is like finding a precious jewel in the depths of the ocean. No-one has created it. It is just the Dharmakaya".


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To fully understand

To Fully Understand

  • In accordance with the three precepts of GarabDorje, the teachings were classified into three series

  • Semde: the Mind series that focuses on the introduction to ones primordial nature

  • Longde: the Space series that focuses on developing the capacity to gain familiarity with the sate and remove doubts;

  • Menngagde: the Secret Oral Instructions on the practices in which one engages after gaining confident in the knowledge of the state.

it is to be experienced and recognized.

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The heart of the teachings

The Heart of the Teachings

Dont seek to cut the root of phenomena (e.g., world problems and our thoughts and emotions).

Cut the root of mind.

If you cut the root of mind, youll know one thing which resolves all.

If you dont cut the root of the mind, you can know everything but be forever stuck on one.


When we conquer our own minds, we become master of our perceptions


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Buddha tonpa sherab miwoche

Buddha TonpaSherabMiwoche

Taught the path of self-liberation (or Dzogchen teachings) in the Land of TagzigOlmo Lung Ring, the region of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kashmir..about 7th-6th century B.C.E. or 18,000 years ago. The larger country was called Tazig.

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First a thing; and, in the end, a non-thingneither is established.

Likewise, there is nothing other than these two.There is no place to abide in the beginning,

middle, or end.For those whose minds are obscured by continual concepts,

emptiness and compassion are expressed in words.

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Hui jen in search of his successor

Hui-jen in Search of His Successor

Head Monk ShenHsius


The body is the bodhi tree.

The mind is like a bright mirrors stand.

At all times we must strive to polish it

And must not let the dust collect.

Hui-nengs response

Bodhi originally has no tree.

The mirror also has no stand.

The Buddha nature is always clear and pure.

Where is there room for dust?

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Nature of mind

Nature of Mind

Chan Text

Dzogchen Text

The instantaneous approach has no method.

One cultivates the nature of reality in this wayall phenomena are mind, and mind is uncreated. In that it is uncreated, it is emptiness.

Since it is like the sky, it is not a field of activity for the six sense-faculties. This emptiness is what we call vivid awareness. Yet within that vivid awareness there is no such thing as vivid awareness. Therefore without remaining in the insights gained from studying, cultivate the essential sameness of all phenomena.

  • The mind itself, which is without basis or root,is not to be found through effort; it is like the sky.Enlightenment, which is uncreated, is enlightenment free from cause and effect.

  • For Chan (Middle Chinese, Dzyen) and Dzogs-chen, the intrinsic awareness is spontaneous

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The clear light of mind is mutual arising

at the same time,

mutual entering at the same time,

mutual depending at the same time,

and mutual comprising at the same time.

It is ever present.

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Clear light is the most subtle level of m ind

Clear light is the Most Subtle Level of Mind

Clear light is a state of mind which becomes fully manifest only as a consequence of certain sequences or stages of dissolution (devoid of certain types of obstacles and obscuration). All consciousness or all cognitive mental events are said to be in the nature of clarity and luminosity.

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The energy of infinite consciousness (without abandoning its true nature)

manifests this creation. First

the notion of creation, then light, and

the division of the universe.

As a particle of consciousness moves in space,

it does there what it did here earlier; thus,

the sequence of time arises, as well as spatial distinctions. Then, one after the other, the

diverse beings are created.

from The Yoga Vasistha

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The trick is to realize that this is the true nature of reality, emptiness containing moving bits of energy. Once one experiences this, it is important to remember that everything is made of the same substance, including ones own body.

It is also imperative to remember that it is, in fact, a projection from your heart and exiting through your eyes, playing out out there.



A good way of becoming aware of it is to look directly at clouds on a humid day. When one looks at it, one can see these tiny sparks of light jumping around all over the place. These particles of light can sometimes be seen to be strung together in strands or at other times form parts of large spiraling discs.

Self arising wisdom is the base

Self-arising Wisdom is the Base

  • The five negative emotions are manifested energy.

  • Seeing emotions as mistaken is an error.

  • Letting them be in their nature is the method

    to find the non-dual state of Liberation,

  • Overcoming hope and fear is the result.

Recognizing that all thoughts arise in our inner space and arise from emptiness

  • The essence of the base is called the mother (ma),

  • the awakened awareness (rigpa) is called the son (bu), and

  • the inseparability of mother and son is the flow of energy (rtsal).

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The nature of mind

The Nature of Mind?

Mind, first.

Duality of Mind

  • In ancient texts, mind is a composite of heart/mind. Recent studies shows that even the heart is composed of mind, having memories. It emphasizes the emotive side of mind.

  • Mind also is the intellect or mind-sense in the sense of what grasps mental objects.

  • Citta is the term used to refer to the quality o f mental processes as a whole and is not a process or an entity.

  • There is the thinking aspect of when, for example, anindividual decides on and commits to a particular course of action

    I will thisI will do this.

  • Consciousness: Mind consisting of eight consciousness; life force; discernment

Illustration of dualism by Ren Descartes.

Inputs are passed by the sensory organs

to thepineal glandand from there to the

immaterial spirit. It objectifies.

I think, therefore, I am;

and I do accordingly.

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From cognitive to super mind

From Cognitive to Super Mind! States and Stages of Consciousness, Ken Wilbur | 10:43 min.

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Subtle dimension of interior vision of luminosity



When Ken Wilbur talks about stages and growth and development, he has devised a chart.a growth sequence of consciousness and the nature of mind.a freedom and a fullness of actualized existence..not having been realized by the many.

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The interrelationship of our relational approach

The Interrelationship of Our Relational Approach

"Not only a shift in consciousness, but also a shift toward consciousness, or toward mind -- a mindful universe, a universe of consciousness, of spirit, a spiritual, conscious universe. "--Fritjof Capra

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Self-Realization is a moment that is brief and yet timeless and eternal.

There is the immediate direct knowledge of"I AM THAT I AM"or the knowing that"I always was, always am, and always will be!"

There is no question or doubt, given that it is directly perceived as an irrefutable fact. One knows that"This is Who and What I Really Am, Love, Light, Bliss, Just Pure, Clear Space, Eternally Free!"

This is a sense of what Self-Realization is happens in Awareness, not in thought.

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Self knowing


The wisdom of self-knowing

does not arise from without.

It arises by itself in itself.

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Dzogchen the nature of mind

Dzogchen & The Nature of Mind

Potentiality is Here & Now

Potential Being is Here & Now

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Remember to catch things before things catch you lama surya das

Remember to catch things before things catch you.Lama Surya Das

To express one hundred essential points with one sentence: It is undistracted non-meditation....

Once we become distracted,

the continuity is lost. TulkuUrgyen Rinpoche

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You lack nothing. You lack nothing, therefore you practice.

Therefore you must realize and manifest this no-lack,

this realized life, this awakened life that you are.

Manifest the wisdom compassion functioning that you are.

If you want to be such a person, as you are such, you must do such.

You must do this person that you are,

then you will be this person that you are.

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Mind in its insubstantiality is like the sky."

This true or false, my children?

Confirm it by relaxing completely and looking directly at the mind, gazing with your entire mind, free of all tension.The emptiness of the mind is not just a blank nothingness, for without doubt it is the primal awareness of intrinsic knowledge, radiant from the first. Self-existent, natural radiance is like sun-light. Is this indeed true?

To confirm it, relax completely, looking directly at the nature of your mind. There is no doubt that it is impossible to objectify or grasp thought or the movement of memory. This capricious, changeable movement is like the cosmic wind!"

Is this indeed so?

To confirm it, relax completely, looking

directly at the nature of your mind.

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Without doubt all appearances whatsoever are our own manifestation. All phenomena, whatsoever manifests, is like reflection in a mirror." Is this indeed so? To confirm it, relax completely, looking directly at the nature of mind.No experience is possible anywhere but in the mind, so there is nothing to see other than that seen at the moment of vision. No experience is possible anywhere but in the mind, so there is nothing to meditate upon other than mind. No experience is possible anywhere but in the mind. So there is nothing to do other than what is done in the mind.

No experience is possible anywhere but in the mind, so there is no samaya to be sustained outside the mind. No experience is possible anywhere but in the mind. So there is no goal to be reached that is not in the mind.

Look, look, and look again. Look at your own mind!

The Flight of the Garuda, Song 8 of 23 Songs

The flower sermon

The Flower Sermon

Itis said that Gautama Buddha gathered his disciples one day for atalk, but he remained was completely silent. Some thought he was tired; others thought he was ill.

Silently, the Buddha held up and twirled a flower as his eyes twinkled. Some tried to interpret what this meant, but none of them were correct, except for one whosilently gazed at the flower and broke into a broad smile.

Noticing him, the Buddha acknowledge Mahkyapa'sinsight by saying in essence

Mahakasyapa, you have the true dharma eye, the marvelous mind of the true form of the formless, the subtle Dharma gate that does not rest on words or letters but on a special transmission outside of the scriptures.

I possess the true Dharma eye, the marvelous mind of Nirva, the true form of the formless, the subtle Dharma gate that does not rest on words or letters but is a special transmission outside of the scriptures.

This I entrust to Mahkyapa.

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The character and circumstances of our lives are symbolic of our enlightenment. They remain symbolic as long as we do not know we are enlightened. When we recognize that we are enlightened, symbolism (the memes) and the enlightened state become indivisible. When symbolism and the state of enlightenment dissolve into each other, we recognize the primal purity of our own condition.

Even at the level of initial experiences, symbolism can have a powerful effect in sparking our innate ability to comprehend ourselves beyond our habitual conceptual frameworks.

The purpose of symbolism is to effect the dissolution of our habitual conceptual frameworks.

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When you realize

how perfect

everything is,

you tilt your head back and laugh at the sky!


Homage to my exiled tibetan masters

Homage to My Exiled Tibetan Masters

Through this merit, may all sentient beings obtain the omniscient state of enlightenment. May they conquer the enemy of faults and delusion.

May they all be liberated from this ocean of samsara and from its pounding waves of birth, old age, sickness, and death.

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Music at end

Music at End Canto dell Om, 432 Hz | At end 1:02:59


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As review the buddha said

As review, the Buddha said

  • First, rely on the spirit and meaning of the teachings, not on the words;

  • Second, rely on the teachings, not on the personality of the teacher;

  • Third, rely on real wisdom, not superficial interpretation;

  • And fourth, rely on the essence of your pure Wisdom Mind, not on judgmental perceptions.

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Transcending the Layers of Consciousness

by Adyashanti | 4:46 min.

The clear simple perception

of the waythings are.

I am what I have been looking for.

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  • Though the different forms are perceived, they are in essence empty; yet in the emptiness, one perceives form.

  • Though different sounds are heard, they are empty; yet, in the emptiness, one perceives sound.

  • Also different thoughts arise. They are empty; yet in the emptiness, one perceives thoughts.

  • Dudjom Rinpoche

  • The Wheel of Joy

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There are two kinds of Dharma(1) of precepts and

(2) of realization

Precepts always fail. In some sense, thats their purpose like pie-crusts made to be broken. Dont fall into confusion?

Better start with abandoning faith and magical thinking forever. Then, notice that confusion is co-emergent with our clarity-nature.

Confusion isnt something you can avoid falling into. But we can discover our real condition. And if we abide in that state, thats the Dharma of realization.LucjanShila

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It is this very realization that the reality of your own mind is completely pure that is known as the Buddha. Your own mind is primordial purity and buddhahood.

To comprehend that mind is primordial purity and buddhahood is (1) to be accomplished as a Buddha,

(2) to see the face of a Buddha, and

(3) to hold a Buddha in your hand. Therefore, it is sufficient to realize minds reality.

It is not necessary to seek buddhahood anywhere

other than in the mind.

from The Lamp for the Eyes of Contemplation, Dunhuang manuscript.

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Thinking allowed

Thinking Allowed

Brief videos on Buddhist thought and other theories and hypotheses

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  • Elevate your experience and remain wide-open like the sky.

  • Expand your mindfulness and remain pervasive like the earth.

  • Steady your attention and remain unshakable like a mountain.

  • Brighten your awareness and remain shining like a flame.

  • Clear your thought-free wakefulness and remain like a crystal.

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Chogyal namkai norbu dzogchen master

ChogyalNamkaiNorbu, Dzogchen Master |6:34 min. | On Dzogchen Teachings

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Video on the i am ness

Video on the I AM-ness| I am Big Mind | Ken Wilbur | 7:47 min.

"I AM-ness", i.e., our essential self as pure awareness

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Only those who have experienced it can understand it being introduced to the nature of mind

only those who have experienced it can understand it.being introduced to the nature of mind

Although one speaks of the nature of reality having many facets, pristine awareness has three. In this ground, neither delusion or non-delusion can be found. Since lack of pure awareness does not exist in the pristine awareness of the primordial purity of the grounds essence, it is beyond enumerations of one and two. Indivisible, in its being it cannot even be found as pristine awareness. Its spontaneous actuality is called pristine awareness. It is unborn, unceasing, and inconceivable, since there is no determining it is an object.

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Resource the nature of mind

Resource | The Nature of Mind | Nature of Mind 2:05:07

His Holiness the Dalai Lama talks on the "Nature of the Mind" at the University of California Santa Barbara Events Center on April 24th, 2009.

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Evaluate your spiritual teacher

Evaluate Your Spiritual Teacher | JetsummaAhkonLhamo | 9:23 min.

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First woman tulku in the united states

First Woman Tulku in the United States | The Enthronement of JetsunmaAhkonLhamo 8:03 min.


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In removing the four veils

In Removing the Four Veils

  • IgnoranceWe posit that our world is real, permanent, and unchanging. We further posit that we are a permanent and unchanging self.

  • Emotionalityour reactivity to stimuli

  • Habitual tendenciesdoingthings over and over again, not recognizing patterns that become difficult to break.

  • Karmic tendenciesour proclivity to take action in certain ways as a cause, building up of all of the above, devoid of awareness, are imputed and labeled in our consciousness, and then having an effect.

Ignorance (Avijja) is ignorance of the real nature of suffering in the mind, its cause.




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Meditate meditate meditate

Meditate, Meditate, Meditate


& Reflection

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Gnostic similar knowing

Gnostic | Similar Knowing! | Spirituality/Gnostic author Timothy Freke in-depth interview | 28:51 min.


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The nature of mind1

The Nature of Mind

Being Aware of Ones Pure Awareness

The Buddhas Awakening was to His Pure

Primordial Awareness

From General, to Specific, to Deepest Awareness

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