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      #3276 - Monday, September 1, 2008 - Editor: Gloria Lee
      Nonduality Highlights
      "IT is not permanent, since it does not exist at all;
      It is not nothingness, since it is vividly clear and awake;
      It is not oneness, since many things are known.
      It is not plurality, since the many things known are inseparable in one taste.
      It is not somewhere else; it is your own awareness itself.

      The face of this Primordial Protector, dwelling in your heart,
      Can be directly perceived in this very instant.
      Never be separated from it, children of my heart!"


      From the book,"The Flight of the Garuda," published by Rangjung Yeshe Publications, recommended to be only shown to those who have received a direct mind transmission from a master. You all have, right? ,^))

      posted to Daily Dharma by Amrita


      "The root of delusion comes from the mind
      And he who knows the inwardness of the mind
      Sees that the clear light within neither comes nor goes.
      And when the mind that is deceived by the appearance of outward things
      Has discerned the nature of appearance,
      It knows that there is no distinction between appearance and the void.
      Again when the mind discerns the nature of meditation
      It also discerns what is not meditation,
      And that there is no distinction between the two.
      For distinctive thought is the root of delusion
      And such thought has never been of the ultimate truth."
      - Milarepa

      A really charming and deep talk by Robert Adams (author of Silence of the Heart)

      posted to Wisdom-l by Mark Scorelle

      Ram Das reads from the Book of the Great Liberation
      posted to Wisdom-l by Mark Scorelle

      The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation

      The Method of Realizing Nirvanna Through Knowing

      The Mind by

      Padma Sambhava

      These teachings called "The Knowing of the

      Mind in Its Self-Identifying, Self-Realizing,

      Self-Liberating Reality" were formulated by

      Padma-Sambhava, the spiritually endowed

      Teacher from Urgyan. May they not wane

      until the whole Sangsara is emptied.


      Entire text may be read here: