14/09/2017

Meditation on mind, by Lama Gendun Rinpoche


Meditation on mind, by Lama Gendun Rinpoche
The mind which naturally liberates itself


Leave this mind of yours naturally* in an unfabricated state.

From within, there will be a movement of thoughts ;
 seeing it, rest naturally on it.
 

In this state, stability will come.

Have no attachment to stability
, and no fear of movement.

Know that 
there is no difference 
between stability and movement ; mind emerges from mind.


In this state, without attachment and grasping, 
the essence of the original mind, the clarity and emptiness of wisdom, you won't know to express, will arise.

In this state, a naturally open** stability
will come.

Don’t define the stability ; please stay without grasping or rejecting, in the realm of the mind which naturally liberates itself in its own place.

[ Notes - *Wylie "rang mal du", can also be translated  "as it is" or "at its own place"; 
** "had de" : can also be translated "remaining gap"  ] 

Translated from the Tibetan, by GLS (14/09/2017)