Two Teenage Rashi
|Budha's "Teenage" Mentality||
The mentality of bhava-3 has Mithunaya-Dvamdva qualities of constant conversation within a small and tight-knit group, interactive and relational thought, extraordinary speed of repetitive looping thought, and facility with local, immediate, short-term events.
However, with Time and the stable drishti of the larger graha, the adolescent mentality of Budha and His svabhava will de-accelerate and mature somewhat.
The World of Your Mind
QUOTATION from Tenzing Gyatso . (2000). The Dalai Lama's Book of Wisdom
"Within the body there are billions of different particles.
Similarly, there are many different thoughts and a variety of states of mind.
Once you can recognize the value of good states of mind, you can increase or foster them."
Transforming Mind through Repetitive Discriminating Thought
Tenzing Gyatso . (2002). The Buddhism of Tibet.Jeffrey Hopkins (Trans. Ed.).
"The way of beneficially transforming the mind is as follows.
Then we must recognize the good states of consciousness.
This occurs through the force of familiarity And through these good states of consciousness having valid foundations and beings qualities dependent on the mind [and thus capable of limitless development ].
Thereby, in time, sure signs of goodness will appear in the mind ."
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