The path of meditation leads us into a universe that is largely unknown to us. As we begin to practice, and particularly when we begin to work with the body in the Tibetan style, which I am going to do with you, we begin to discover that the person we are is vast in its extent. In particular, we begin to discover that there is a depth of being and a brightness of mind that surpasses all boundaries. We begin to find that the person we are is ultimately vast, open, and boundless.

Reggie Ray, from “Touching Enlightenment, Part 1.” 

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