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Innermost Awareness Is The Essence Of All Tibetan Buddhist Teachings I have great interest in the statement by many wise persons in all the orders of Tibetan Buddhism that their systems come down to the same final principle, and I feel that this is what I should and must explain. Such an exploration may be
The first principle is becoming aware of our thoughts and the nature of thought. By taking the position of just being an observer of the thoughts and images that come and go we recognize all thoughts are the same: they are temporary appearances that come and go like clouds in the sky. Give no importance to
The True Nature of Your Mind Dzogchen Master, Namkhai Norbu introduced the true nature of mind to me in 1985 by pointing out that: “whatever you are experiencing or noticing, that which is the pure “noticing” is the true nature of mind, and it is what is aware and noticing, is always the same unchanging “noticing” within in