Make Your Mind an Ocean: Aspects of Buddhist Psychology by Thubten YesheSimple discussion in 68 pages of what lies at the heart of dissatisfaction: your own mind. Not that your mind is defective, but on the contrary, that it is full of misconceptions but pure in its essential aspect. But my explanation here is misleading in itself, as misconceptions could be taken for right and wrong, which is not the case. No trip, as the author likes to say.
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Recognize the nature of your mind. As human beings, we always seek satisfaction. By knowing the nature of the mind, we can satisfy ourselves internally; perhaps even eternally. But you must realize the nature of your own mind. We see the sense world so clearly, but were completely blind to our internal world, where the constant functioning of misconceptions keeps us under the control of unhappiness and dissatisfaction. This is what we must discover.
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Make Your Mind an Ocean (Audio & Unedited Transcript)
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Jump to navigation. The edited version of this talk appears in the book Make Your Mind an Ocean. The unedited transcript is provided here as a companion to the audio recording of the talk. Tonight, the subject is, what I am going talk about is mind. So, and also, mind which is your own mind rather than my mind. Perhaps we both. If your mind is concentrated with much faith, or believing, the enjoyment feeling is comes from materialism, if you think that way, misconception mind.
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Jump to navigation. This introductory booklet covers the general topic of the mind through public talks, lunchtime lectures at two universities, and an evening lecture given to the general public. It is published in conjunction with Becoming Your Own Therapist. The talks in this booklet are on the general topic of the mind. Two were lunchtime lectures at Melbourne and Latrobe Universities. One was an evening lecture given to the general public. Order a print copy by clicking the Add to Cart button on this page.