Meditation: all benevolent

The image of Samatabhadra (Kuntuzangpo in Tibetan) is being used like a thangka, as a display of instructions.

  • First is the meditation posture. Assume as much of it as your body can.
  • Second is the relaxed but unwavering gaze into neutral space. Whether the practitioner’s eyes are open or closed, one can learn to rest the mind in its equanimous, open nature.
  • Effortlessly emanating out from Samantabhadra Buddha are various qualities self-same as the state of the meditator. These pour into the world.

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