By Thrangu Rinpoche, Michele Martin, Peter O\'Hearn
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Extra info for A Song for the King: Saraha on Mahamudra Meditation
That is the path of means or method. The path ofliberation is the practice of mahamudri. It begins with the stabilization of our wavering mind through the practice of tranquility meditation. Then through insight meditation , which looks into the nature of mind, mahamudra is accomplished. To facilitate and enhance the practices of tranquility and insight, we must still engage in gathering the two accumulations even while pursuing the path of liberation. The accumulations serve to greatly enhance the practices of tranquility and insight.
You will have very few questions about this true experience, because the wis· dam of the experience itself will obviate theorizing questions about it. Ground Mahamudra T HE FIRST SIX VERSES 3 . of Saraha's song presented an overview of the ground, path, and fruition. Saraha now returns to the same sub- jects, but in much greater detail. I apologize for the repetitious nature of traditional Buddhist texts. The reason for this is mat the initial presentation is a brief summary that serves as an introduction to the whole work.
We experience whatever it is that we have created. Mahimudci meditation is a direct experience of the mind as it is and not an attempt to alter or create it. The mind's nature does not have to be changed, and, actually, the true nature cannot be created or recreated. Nevertheless, this instruction does not mean that we should allow ourselves to be distracted by thoughts or disturbing emotions. The freedom from alteration does not mean allowing ourselves to be drawn away; it means freedom from the conceptually directed meditation of attempting to achieve a certain state.
A Song for the King: Saraha on Mahamudra Meditation by Thrangu Rinpoche, Michele Martin, Peter O\'Hearn