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Verse by Khenpo Rinpoche

If there should arise thoughts of passion or hatred--
obstructions to resting without agitation in the mind itself--
through meditation on the subtle impermanence of that object itself,
you will pacify that thought.

 

 

 


composed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche
Rocky Mountain Dharma Center, August 1991
translated by Michele Martin
 

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