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Buddhadharma : Winter 2010
59 winter 2 01 0 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly gain some sort of feeling during these, but it is not very stable. But these instructions on resolving, or getting straight to medi- tation, are the best method to point out the nature of mind. You just get right down to the meditation. You put a lot of effort into it. You meditate. You think it over. You think about what the instructions say over and over again. Sometimes the feeling is clear, and sometimes it is unclear. But when it is unclear, you do not give up. Put effort into it and meditate, and then it will become stable. Of all the different ways to point out the nature of your mind, this is the best. From Vivid Awareness: The Mind Instructions of Khenpo Gangshar, by Khenchen Thrangu rinpoche; translated and edited by David Karma choephel. Forthcoming from Shambhala publications in January 2011. photo meredith farmer