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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2012 7:46 am 
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Compiled by Surya Das with Nyoshul Khenpo.


Our True Nature Is Vast and Inconceivable......
How can we be introduced to such a nature? If we stay in a state ; where we are not influenced by thoughts of the past, we do not invite thoughts of the future, and we are not disturbed by thoughts of the present. In the fresh instant of the present moment, there is a wisdom free from all concepts......

If we decide that there is no need for elaboration, no need for any effort, and no need for any targets, we will be able to rest in a state that is vast like sky. This is the absolute nature, in which one has rid oneself of something to be seen and a subject who sees. This is the view, the realization of the natural state of things......The Prajnaparamita Sutra says, "The perfection of wisdom is beyond thought." It should not be conceived of, for it is inconceivable and cannot be described.

When we are free from all conceptualizations and mental fabrications we can see this nature...

Read all: http://www.mandala.hr/1/groundpathfruit.html

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