Weekly Words of Wisdom - Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche
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Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche

Inspirational excerpts from Rinpoche's vast collection of teachings and books.
November 2, 2014 

Generally we think that meditation consists of the mind staying still, the mind abiding or being at rest, and while there is an experience of stillness, nevertheless the mind is not actually at rest because there is no place: we can't say that it abides anywhere, and also the mind itself isn't a thing that can abide, so there is no abider or abiding. If there is an experience of the mind being still somewhere, then that is conceptual and not direct experience.

-- Thrangu Rinpoche

Excerpt from: The Life of Tilopa & the Ganges Mahamudra, Golden Rosary Editions (Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Charitable Trust Publications)


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