Grasp the mind as being like space; as naturally spacious grasp the mind to be. When thought has turned into nonthought, you’ll gain thereby unsurpassed awakening.
Buddhist teachings refer to a set of six interrelated virtues called the transcending perfections, or paramitas—benevolent generosity, ethical discipline, forbearing patience, joyous perseverence, meditative absorption, and discerning wisdom. They are genuine expressions of love and compassion and the means of cultivating one’s own true nature. read more →