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Squaring the Circle of All-Encompassing Awareness.

There is a simple power that grows as we learn to just sit in the present moment. Each time we return to the moment from distracting thought and emotion this power grows. 669 more words


Things One Must Know

1. One must know that all visible phenomena, being
illusory, are unreal.
2. One must know that the mind, being without independent
existence (apart from the One Mind), is impermanent. 134 more words


A Tibetan Ghost Story: How Three Chod-pas Tamed a Female 'Harm-Giver'

The following is a rough translation of a spooky Tibetan story that was shared on the popular Tibetan-medium site Khabdha. I hope you will read it and be careful the next time you are practicing yoga in the wilderness. 1,214 more words


Mr Maitland has been practicing Kum Nye and the Dharma, by his own accounts, for nearly 40 years. You have to ask yourself how, after all of that practice, is it reasonable or possible that he is such a poor practitioner of the Dharma, including that…

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Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche

Sacred Symbols-An Encore Presentation

The Mandala is the most sacred symbol or “container of essence”.

It may symbolize both the mind and body of Buddha.

The mandala is older than history itself. 211 more words


Like a Dream

In the Great Perfection (Dzogchen) teachings, the issue is always whether or not we recognize our true nature and understand that the reflections of that nature manifest as experience. 74 more words

Daily Wisdom