tat-asaṃkhyeya-vāsanābhiḥ citram api para-artham saṃhatya kāritvāt
That (mind) with innumerable vāsanā, indeed (has) another purpose. (It) is variegated because (its) activity is joined (with the senses and sense objects). 164 more words
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“A man once took instruction from a wandering holy man. After a few days the holy man went away leaving his disciple to meditate in a hut on the outskirts of a small village.
Sourcing a Vasana with Awareness
Posted by Steve Beckow on June 25, 2014 /
I’m feeling driven, lashed by a vasana. And it may be the biggest vasana I’ve come upon yet. 1,216 more words