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Title: Shiné: domare l'elefante selvaggio / Shinay: Taming your Wild-Elephant like Mind
Other Title: Shinay: Taming your Wild-Elephant like Mind
Teacher: Ghesce Tenzin Tenphel 
Keywords: Concentration
Categories: Categories Vocabulary::Study subjects::Gradual path
Categories Vocabulary::Practice::sutra::Commentaries and explanations
Tradition: Gelug
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2009
Principal Language: bo
Translation Language: it
Description: Meditation called "calm abiding" (Tibetan: shinay, Sanskrit: samatha) is one of the means to obtain Buddhahood, the complete liberation from mental afflictions, or simply put to pacify the mind and improve intelligence. As ordinary beings, caught up in the complications and rhythms of daily life, it is difficult to train the mind in a stable and balanced way towards the good of ourselves and others. By practising calm abiding continuously, we learn to keep our mind and heart in positive way and in the end, having united it with wisdom, to eliminate the deleterious stages that hinder our serenity and spiritual evolution.
Other Identifiers: AAU-KZIHUAYHY
Content restrictions: LIBERO
Access Mode: LIBERO
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