Natural Wakefulness: Discovering the Wisdom We Were Born With
There are two essential elements to the spiritual path says this popular teacher from the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa: (1) understanding that you’re already enlightened, already perfect in wisdom right here and now, and (2) accessing that natural wakefulness through spiritual practice. These two aspects depend upon each other and work together. Gaylon Ferguson’s teaching on the twin aspects of view and practice is a perfect introduction for the beginning meditator and it offers fresh perspectives for the non-beginner too.
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Natural Wakefulness: Discovering the Wisdom We Were Born with
Gaylon Ferguson,Sakyong Mipham
Limited preview - 2009
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