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Glimpse of the Day, August 6th.

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  • gurupemasiddhihum
    In meditation practice, you might experience a muddy, semiconscious, drifting state, like having a hood over your head: a dreamy dullness. This is really
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 6, 2004
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      "In meditation practice, you might experience a muddy, semiconscious,
      drifting state, like having a hood over your head: a dreamy dullness.
      This is really nothing more than a kind of blurred and mindless
      stagnation. How do you get out of this state? Alert yourself,
      straighten your back, breathe the stale air out of your lungs, and
      direct your awareness into clear space to freshen your mind. If you
      remain in this stagnant state you will not evolve, so whenever this
      setback arises, clear it again and again. It is important to be as
      watchful as possible, and to stay as vigilant as you can."

      DUDJOM RINPOCHE

      -Sogyal Rinpoche in a book: "Glimpse After Glimpse" available online
      at:
      http://www.rigpaus.org/Glimpse/Glimpse.php
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