The purpose of spiritual practice

The purpose of spiritual practice is to transcend all practices.

The purpose of meditation is to realize that “the one” who meditates does not exist.

The purpose of realization is to realize that the truth requires nothing – not even “your” realization.

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One thought on “The purpose of spiritual practice

  1. “Grant your blessing so that my mind may become one with the Dharma.

    Grant your blessing so that the Dharma may move along the path.

    Grant your blessing so that the path may clarify confusion.

    Grant your blessing so that confusion may dawn as wisdom.”

    – The Four Dharmas of Gampopa

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