How to Meditate with Confidence

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“whatever phenomena or conceptualization arise, do not stop them. Just let them come, self-occurring. Without following them, they become naturally pristine, or peaceful. When one gains confidence in abiding in the great, uncontrived, effortless nature of evenness for a long time, whatever phenomena arise, one will not cling or be attached to them the same as before. Whatever outer or inner phenomena occur, including those of the eight consciousnesses—which are the five sense consciousnesses of the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and body, the consciousness of mind, the mind of the passions, and the consciousness of the basis—they become lighter, so one is not going to materialize them. For example, even if one dreams, clinging and attachment to the dream have ceased.”

— A Cascading Waterfall of Nectar by Thinley Norbu Rinpoche