Finding Rest in Meditation: the trilogy of rest, volume 2
A new translation of the Tibetan master Longchenpa's famous work that systematically presents the path of meditation according to the Tibetan Dzogchen tradition.
Longchenpa's Finding Rest in Meditative Absorption is a classic Buddhist text outlining the main points of meditation, namely, where one should meditate, what qualities a practitioner should possess and develop, and what should be practiced. These instructions are a pithy distillation of the entirety of the Buddhist path designed to stablize one's direct awareness of the nature of mind through meditative absorption.
The Padmakara Translation Group has provided us with a clear and fluid new translation to Finding Rest in Meditative Absorption, which will serve as a genuine aid to study and meditation. This text follows the first volume of Longchenpa's trilogy, Finding Rest in the Nature of the Mind, which focuses on establishing the view and precedes the final volume, Finding Rest in Illusion, which focuses on post-meditation yogic conduct.