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Astrology for 8/29/2014

8/29/2014 Friday by Norma

A man or authority figure is either confused or under the weather. Help this person, and reinforce reality. (“Today is Friday and you are in Los Angeles.”) If you are the out-of-sorts person, relax and avoid demanding situations. Confusing medical situations can appear. Fortunately, people who love you are nearby offering [...]

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Letting Go of Judgment

Letting Go of Judgment

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

We should begin to think of these teachings that the Buddha has given us in such a way that we awaken within ourselves a real caring for the well-being of sentient beings. If you saw a tiny rabbit [...]

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Astrology for 8/28/2014

8/28/2014 Thursday by Norma

Indecision, today is your day to rule! If you absolutely cannot make a decision, do nothing. A confusing situation prevails where it’s impossible to see your way clearly. Diplomacy is ineffective with authority figures: they either ignore you or else deny your request. Dolly Parton said, “The way I see it, [...]

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Do We Know How to Be Happy?

Do We Know How to Be Happy?

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “Faults of Cyclic Existence”

When we broaden our view and look out, we see that this is happening to a greater or lesser degree to all sentient beings. All sentient beings are striving to be happy. They wish to be happy, [...]

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Prayer for the swift rebirth of His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

His Holiness Pedma Norbu Rinpoche

His Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche

I dream of the day my Guru will be reborn and found. I long for it. This Precious Incarnation is sorely missed–every day.

I have my Palyul Lineage and all our AMAZING throneholders. But HHPenor Rinpoche is my root Guru, enthroned upon the Lotus in my heart.

HHPR is present always! Through my humanness I long to see His Precious Face- hear His voice, the fragrance of His holy breath! Ah, tears…

I must satisfy my heart with His many teachings, prayers, and mixing my mind with His. Like milk with water, inseparable! The way…

I have never seen such compassion in anyone else but HHPR. He was a living Buddha, peerless. He made Palyul what it is today!

His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

To His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, Tsawei Lama I pray- O great treasure of Love and Blessing, Supreme Wisdom Holder! Return for the sake of all sentient beings!

Come, lead us out of confusion into Pristine Awareness as only a true Buddha can! I await the Bliss of Your return!

Show us the way to attain Supreme Enlightenment as you have always done! Return to us! There is such suffering!

Show us how to awaken from this deep, narcotic trance- to the Pristine Primordial Nature, free of contrivance! E MA HO!

Beloved Guru, may I always, in every future time be reborn in Your Entourage and serve you and all beings with body, speech and mind.

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