Correct Mahamudra Practice

What then, is the correct Mahamudra practice?
The Ordinary mind is itself the correct practice. That is to say , to let the ordinary mind remain in its own natural state.
If to this mind one adds or subtracts anything, it is then not the ordinary mind but the so-called 'mind-object' [Yul].
To make not the slightest intention and effort to practice, and yet not to be distracted for a single moment, is to practice the natural mind correctly.
Therefore, as long as you can keep your Self-awareness, no matter what you do, you are still practicing Mahamudra.

-- Thrangu Rinpoche, Six Yogas of Naropa, page 46


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