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Do not fabricate the natural

Once comfortably seated in the posture, let the body relax, shoulders released. Become “one” with the breathing, but not in a continuous way. Let the inspiration run its course and then disappear. Let the expiration run its course and then disappear. Leave the spirit aside by not participating in the actions of the thoughts. So, this way, they come and wear out freely. Do not look for any particular state of mind. Become one with the posture and the breathing. The spirit will then calm down of its own accord, becoming lucid and clear. 
Do not focus on limpidity.
Do not fix your mind anywhere, on vacuity or anything else. Do not fabricate the natural. It installs itself naturally. To be vigilant does not depend on any special or voluntary concentration. Lucidity is present where there is calmness. Do not look for peace, it is where lucidity resides. There is no sacred action or anything to venerate, no prayer to address, no sainthood, no mobility or immobility.

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