Inventiveness of the Samādhi
In connection with the experiences that arise in the context of meditation practice, there can be positive, negative, and neutral experiences.
There is no need to be attached to the positive, have aversion toward the negative, nor be indifferent towards those in between.
The reason is that all of these experiences whether positive, negative, or in between are all the display of the samādhi. This is what one has to be aware of.
When you know that all of these events, no matter what their quality, are the inventiveness of the samādhi, you will not be compelled to dislike the negative ones, cling to the positive, or be bored with those in between.
Composed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, at Rocky Mountain Dharma Center, in the summer of 1991. Commentary on Ocean of True Meaning.
Translated by Jim Scott.