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Realise the nature of mind, because it is at the root of both samsaric suffering and nirvanic bliss. When you realise this, rest the mind without meditating, because only deluded people seek enlightenment by abandoning their own minds.  -- Mahasiddha Saraha

Realise the nature of mind, because it is at the root of both samsaric suffering and nirvanic bliss. When you realise this, rest the mind without meditating, because only deluded people seek enlightenment by abandoning their own minds. -- Mahasiddha Saraha

A Tibetan yogin doing the Chod practice. The Chod ritual is to "Cut through the ego". It is often done at a burial ground and the yogin recites the ritual while playing a two-sided drum and a thigh bone trumpet. The practice reinforces the truth of impermanence in this fleeting life. Image -early 20th Century.

A Tibetan yogin doing the Chod practice. The Chod ritual is to "Cut through the ego". It is often done at a burial ground and the yogin recites the ritual while playing a two-sided drum and a thigh bone trumpet. The practice reinforces the truth of impermanence in this fleeting life. Image -early 20th Century.

Khandroma Tsering Cödron, the secret consort of Jamyang Khyentse Lödrö. Rare photo of the consort, which shows their official status, a great Master on the throne with his young and dignified partner below the throne (Courtesy of Shechen Monastery Archives)

Khandroma Tsering Cödron, the secret consort of Jamyang Khyentse Lödrö. Rare photo of the consort, which shows their official status, a great Master on the throne with his young and dignified partner below the throne (Courtesy of Shechen Monastery Archives)