11 June 2020


As we become familiar with viewing impermanence [in this way] and embracing the present moment, our mind-moment experiences can become less clumpy.  We can start to develop awareness in every actual mind-moment. 

At first we experience presence in a clumsy, artificial way like the flickering frames of an old black and white movie.  We continually attempt to apply awareness to our experience and arise with presence, so that we can act from the liberated energy of spontaneity rather than the stilted constriction of expectation and anticipation. 

Spacious Passion, Ngakma Nor´dzin, Aro books worldwide,2006, ISBN 978-0-9653948-4-0, Chapter 5 Infinite Impermanence, page 126

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