By Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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Similarly, certain marks on the ground indicate that some people passed that way.. t. Road is merely imputed by mind. Be mindful of this process with every object you encounter and every action you do throughout the day. Similarly, what causes you to make up the particular label "tree"? There is no reason other than your seeing that particular phenomenon tha,t has a trunk, branches and leaves and can be used to make things or burned to make fire. " You see the base, and your mind merely imputes the label "tree" in dependence upon it.
Of course, he is modest, hut what he said interests me. Rinpoche: His Holiness has said that although bodhicitta is extremely difficult to realize, he has strong faith in it. In Bodhgaya, and on a few other occasions, His Holiness has mentioned that the understanding that everything is empty comes to him for short periods. He has also said that it is extremely difficult to realize emptiness. at Drepung Monastery, His Holiness was giving teachings on the lam-rim and the Perfection of Wisdom Sutras, and once, in between sessions, he said, "I don't have gross delusions.
There is a light appearing from the side of the light. The beams and pillars appear from their own side. The carpet appears from its own side. So does the table. Whatever you look at appears to exist from its own side. When you don't analyze, you don't see all these things as coming from your mind, you don't see them as merely labeled by your mind. All these things around you, whatever you look at, appears from its own side. '; The table is there on the base of the table; the carpet is there on the base of the carpet.
A Chat About Heruka by Lama Zopa Rinpoche