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Analytical Meditation

We invite you to download a free 20 page, beautifully designed e-book on practicing analytical meditation.

As Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche advises us, especially during times of crisis, every practitioner, no matter what stage they are in, needs a rock-solid plan of practice to ensure personal growth over time. With the ongoing situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asked to relate to the situation by seeing everything is impermanent. Practicing meditation on impermanence is a starting step to that outlook. For Buddhist practitioners who are just starting out, as well as advanced meditators, it can be hard to know where to begin with difficult subjects such as analytical meditation on repulsiveness. What texts should you use? How do we tame our kleshas? How do we purify desire, aggression, and bewilderment? Finding answers to all of your questions is tough.

Very recently, we created the Analytical Meditation: Taming the Mind for our Dharma friends, so as an aid to your practice of meditation, we are offering you this valuable resource for free. This guide is an excerpt from an extensive commentary by our beloved guru, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche on The Wheel of Analytical Meditation of the Detailed Examination, The Complete Purification of the Activity of Mind by Ju Mipham Rinpoche. As part of the downloading process, you will be added to our newsletter list. But, you can easily unsubscribe anytime when you receive a newsletter, or just contact our marketing department. Initially, you will receive three emails to introduce you to Nitartha Institute – one every week, after which we send out about one newsletter biweekly.

What’s Inside:
  • Detailed instructions on Meditation On Repulsiveness
  • Taming the mind
  • Getting to know your mind
  • How to tame your kleshas
  • Analyzing the true nature
  • Purifying desire, aggression, and bewilderment
  • And much more…

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