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Buddhadharma : Spring 2015
spring 2015 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 75 ayogi meditates in a windowless structure; a zigzag doorway stops any light from entering, immersing the meditator in complete darkness. Another yogi turns his gaze to the “iron mountains” at the center of his brow, gazing upward to the expanse of blue sky above. Both yogis, one completely plunged into darkness and the other in light, cultivate the visionary experiences of such immersion: floaters and linked chains of spots, which the Tibetans call “little linked lambs,” continually emerging and disappearing in the visual field. We have all experienced similar visual events, after rubbing our eyes or staring at a bright light. But how do these events become esoteric Buddhist practices? How do they lead to enlightenment? emptiness before your very eyes review by ryan Jones ryAn JoneS is a Phd student in religious studies specializing in tibetan Buddhism at mcGill university in montreal.