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Turning Mind Inwardly
CD

15.00€


March 2006

2005, 22 October Munich

As Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche said:
    "Samsara is mind turned outwardly, lost in its projections;
    Nirvana is mind turned inwardly, recognizing its true nature."
What we need to realize is the meaning of “Nirvana is mind turned inwardly, recognizing its true nature.” The crucial point is the direction in which mind is turned. The difference between these two directions is illustrated by the following example: if someone throws a stone at a dog, the dog will chase after the stone; whereas if someone throws a stone at a lion, the lion will leap onto the person who threw the stone.

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