Kindly Bent to Ease Us: Wonderment
Eight images evoke the open nature of reality where the mind finds comfort and ease: dreaming, wizardry, illusion, mirage, reflections, echo, cloud lands, and phantoms. A chapter devoted to each image presents clear instructions for meditation in expressive poetic language. Can be read independently of Parts I and II.
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