This half-day will guide you through some of the obstacles that we experience in our meditation practice and daily life that prevent us from experiencing good concentration.
‘Pure concentration has four qualities: lucidity, clarity, strength and stability. When the mind is free from the clouds of distracting conceptions it becomes bright and clear, like a cloudless sky; this is known as ‘lucidity’. ‘Clarity’ means that the object appears clearly and vividly to the mind, ‘strength’ that the object is held firmly by strong mindfulness, and ‘stability’ that the mind abides single-pointedly’ Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso – How to Understand Your Mind
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