Morning meditation — Devoid of the Self and Other.

‘The body was like mist, so it was free from dualistic activity and there was recognition devoid of the self and other.
I thought: “It makes sense that all sentient beings can understand the meaning of the nature of mind like I have understood it.”’


On the net, of course, it’s morning, afternoon, evening, or nighttime 😀 somewhere.

Click here to read more Morning Meditation posts.

On our Twitter account, Buddhism Now @Buddhism_Now, most mornings we post a ‘morning meditation’ like the one above.

Click here to read more teachings about Padmasambhava.

Categories: Buddhist Insights, Mahayana, Morning Meditaton, Tibetan Buddhism



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