Jun 15, 2020
Atisha warns the meditator to protect their emptiness, the state of Shunyata by recognizing the confusions within 4 Embodiments:
1. Svabhavakaya: The default nature of the body.
2. Sambhogakaya: The experiences collected created perception.
3. Nirmanakaya: The manifestations of thoughts in the mind.
4. Dharmakaya: A sense of self and its purpose.
In this session, Atisha is expecting a lot out of the meditator. He is assuming that the meditator had a taste of inner silence and emptiness. If you are a beginner, please don't get stuck with the jargon, put all effort into simply become more aware of your body, mind and beyond.
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