vipassana

the english language does not have any words to accurately describe vipassana

the word emptiness is used but pay attention to the definitions below closely

"the goal of vipaśyanā is to realize the emptiness of all phenomena" -- Alan Wallace from the book Heart of the Great Perfection

vipaśyanā (Skt., Tib. lhag mthong ). Lit. “superior vision,” contemplative insight into fundamental aspects of reality, such as impermanence, suffering, nonself, identylessness and emptiness. -- Alan Wallace from the book Heart of the Great Perfection

"vipashyana (Skt.) Insight, clear seeing. Vipashyana meditation emphasizes the recognition of all that appears arises from emptiness; it is inseperable from emptiness, and it dissolves into emptiness. Vipashyana is the direct, experiential insight that all experience does indeed appear, yet cannot be captured by words and concepts, and so is fundamentally as ungraspable and groundless as space." -- Mingyur Rinpoche from his book Turning Confusion into Clarity

this and most my songs are processed through the bx_subsynth plugin so use 10hz headphones or a sub in order to hear everything typically this is done on a retreat after and with shamatha

"the goal of vipaśyanā is to realize the emptiness of all phenomena"

-- Alan Wallace from the book Heart of the Great Perfection

vipaśyanā (Skt., Tib. lhag mthong ). Lit. “superior vision,” contemplative insight into fundamental aspects of reality, such as impermanence, suffering, nonself, identylessness and emptiness.

-- Alan Wallace from the book Heart of the Great Perfection

vipashyana (Skt.) Insight, clear seeing. Vipashyana meditation emphasizes the recognition of all that appears arises from emptiness; it is inseperable from emptiness, and it dissolves into emptiness. Vipashyana is the direct, experiential insight that all experience does indeed appear, yet cannot be captured by words and concepts, and so is fundamentally as ungraspable and groundless as space.

instructions

dudjom lingpa - taking appearances and awareness as the path

  • appearances
  • awareness

use radically empirical observation

this one's a single pointed body scan

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