Meditation Is Resting Mind In Its Natural State. What Is Mind’s Natural State?

KAMAKURA, JAPAN - MARCH 10, 2003: The Great Buddha of Kamakura a bronze statue of Amida Buddha which stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple on March 10, 2013 in Kamakura, Japan. With a height of 13 meters it is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in

Meditation is resting the mind in its natural state, or sometimes it’s said to be resting both mind and the body in their natural state. But what is really a mind’s natural state? And how can I know when I’ve achieved it?

This question may not be easily answered, but you can read Shenphen Zangpo’s take on this question.

Read full article here. Think of the mind-essence and confusion as similar to a diamond coated in mud

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