The Wisdom Mind

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    Soygal Rinpoche speaks and writes so vividly as this quote illustrates.

    “You can also think of the nature of mind like a mirror with five different powers or “wisdoms.” It’s openness and vastness is the “wisdom of all-encompassing space,” the womb of compassion. Its capacity to reflect in precise detail whatever comes before is the “mirror like wisdom.” Its fundamental lack of any bias toward any impression is the  “equalizing wisdom.”Its ability to distinguish clearly, without confusing in any way the various different phenomena that arise, is the “wisdom of discernment.” And its potential of having everything already accomplished, perfected, and spontaneously present is the “all accomplishing wisdom.”

    To think that this little six letter word, “wisdom,” is all of that is so inspiring!

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