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Calling to the Guru – Yeshe Tsogyal

The following is an excerpt from Mother of Knowledge translated by Tarthang Tulku

Yeshe Tsogyal is calling out to Guru Rinpoche as he prepares to leave Tibet to tame the land of savages:

The sun that warms the land of Tibet, shining over both gods and men, has set. Now who will warm us, […]

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Astrology for 1/26/2015

1/26/2015 Monday by Norma

A discrete conversation with an important person stabilizes matters. Use the heightened sensitivity of the times to work things out in private, to make deals with important people. No need to trumpet what’s happening, keep it under your hat. A woman makes a financial decision or purchase that bothers the boss. […]

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Bit by Bit: Cultivating Compassion

Bit by Bit: Cultivating Compassion

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “The Habit of Bodhicitta”

We have been revolving in cyclic existence for literally aeons and all during that time, in some form or another, we have conceived the idea of self-nature. Our habit, then, is to hold the idea of self-nature […]

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Astrology for 1/25/2015

1/25/2015 Sunday by Norma

Fun is coming your way today, and you’re ready for it. Dress up and represent yourself and all you stand for; be aware that your appearance is persuasive so make the most of yourself. Jim Clotfelder spoke of a woman who was so beautiful that, “All she had to do was […]

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Abandoning Love: The Fourth Root Downfall

The following is respectfully quoted from “Perfect Conduct” with commentary by Dudjom Rinpoche:

4.b.3(b.4) Abandoning love:

The fourth is wishing that any sentient being should be separated from happiness and losing heartfelt love for them.

To wish any sentient being should be separated from happiness and to stop feeling heartfelt love for them is the fourth root downfall. The object can be one sentient being or many. To wish for them to be separated from happiness and to meet with suffering or misfortune, thus forsaking them and giving up any love for them at all, constitutes this downfall.

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