Two Kinds of I: One True, One False

The false I, in other words, covers the merely labeled I just as a carpet might cover a floor.

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Meditating On How Everything Exists in Mere Name

Pabongka Dechen Nyingpo explains how there is I on the I and vase on the vase. This does not seem to make sense. But when you hear it

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Identifying The Object Of Refutation Via The Example Of Mental Projection

Instead, if you were aware of the reality of these phenomena as transitory and looked at them accordingly, when they finished you would feel neither shocked nor frightened. You wouldn’t feel as though you had fallen through the earth or had sunk deep beneath the ocean.

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