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The Mind Is Everywhere: From the fabulous talk, "What is Mind?" we bring you a sparkling Dharmabyte entitled: "The Mind Is Everywhere". Using Milarepa's song, the Shepherd's Search for Mind, Dhammadinna takes us on a wild, and very specific ride,

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From the fabulous talk, and#8220;What is Mind?and#8221; we bring you a sparkling Dharmabyte entitled: and#8220;The Mind Is Everywhereand#8221;. Using Milarepaand#8217;s song, the Shepherdand#8217;s Search for Mind, Dhammadinna takes us on a wild, and very specific ride, in defining subjective versus objective mind. You cannot understand the mind, because that would be the mind knowing itself! This is the first talk in a series of talks from the Order Convention in 2001 offering different perspectives on the Abhidharma and exploring from a personal perspective what the study of the 51 Mental Events can tell us about our minds and how they work. Based on the classic Tibetan text and#8216;Necklace of Clear Understandingand#8217;, this is a terrific, clear introduction to the whole area of how to and#8216;Know Your Mindand#8217;and#8230; Released to complement the Dharma Training Course module and#8216;Know Your Mindand#8217; (year four, module 4). Talk given at Wymondham, 2001

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