The present state of our mind is a very tiny spot. It’s a very tiny and slippery spot, so tiny and slippery that we always miss it. It’s so tiny that it’s an infinite spot.
The whole purpose of mindfulness of mind is to bring us back to this tiny spot of the present, the momentary nature of our mind, and to experience the infinite space and freedom within that speck of existence. In order to do that, we must experience the lively nature of our mind, which is so present, so momentary and so fresh. —Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Buddhadharma
L0974 Mulagandhakuti Vihara murals, Dhamek Stupa site, Sarnath
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