Posted by: Upāsaka | 04/26/2018

Equalize Your Mind

Therefore when you meditate, you first think that there is absolutely no reason to be so upset and feel so much aversion towards the enemy who has been your dearest friend so many times.

You need to think about this again and again in order to subdue your aversion and equalise your mind towards this person.

Likewise, think that there is no reason to be so attached to the person you are close to, your friend, because he has been your enemy so many times.

Think about this again and again to subdue your attachment and equalise your mind towards this person.

Excerpt From: “How to Generate Bodhicitta” by Venerable Lama Ribur Rinpoche. Scribd.

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