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Buddhadharma : Winter 2010
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly winter 2 0 10 56 Recognizing the Experience of Resting What does it feel like to rest like that? Khenpo Gangshar says, If you rest like that, your mind-essence is clear and expansive, vivid and naked, without any concerns about thought or recollection, joy, or pain. That is awareness (rigpa). At this point, there is no concern about what you are thinking, what you remember, what is nice, or what is painful. You will not think, “Ah, that is what it is.” You will not think, “This is empty,” or “This is not empty.” You will not think, “Oh, that’s nice,” or “Oh, that’s not so nice,” or “That’s bad.” There won’t be any thought of pleasure or displea- sure in any way at all. This is just the natural essence of the mind. It is not something that makes us jubilantly happy, nor is it something that upsets us or makes us unhappy. If we just look at the mind-essence rightly and rest in equipoise within this nature of the mind just as it is, at that moment we will be liberated from our faults and from samsara. photo robin clevenger