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'''[[Agitation]]''' (Tib. {{BigTibetan|[[རྒོད་པ་]]}}, Wyl. ''[[rgod pa]]''), together with [[dullness]], is one of the [[five faults]] to [[meditation]]. Both in their subtle and gross form they are obstacles during the actual practice of [[meditation]].
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==Further Reading==
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{{Nolinking|*[[Sogyal Rinpoche]], ''A Treasury of Dharma'' (Lodeve: Rigpa, 2005), pages 186-187.}}
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Agitation (Tib. རྒོད་པ་, Wyl. rgod pa), together with dullness, is one of the five faults to meditation. Both in their subtle and gross form they are obstacles during the actual practice of meditation.

Further Reading

  • Sogyal Rinpoche, A Treasury of Dharma (Lodeve: Rigpa, 2005), pages 186-187.

Source

RigpaWiki:Agitation