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For Those Who Have Hopes of Us

For Those Who Have Hopes of Us

An Excerpt from a teaching called Our Motivation Is For Those Who Have Hopes of Us by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo

One of my teachers told me that he feels he has spent his whole life throwing seed out and that very little of it has landed on soil. Most of it has landed on […]

Astrology for 11/27/2015

11/27/2015 Friday by Norma

The urge to say just one more thing is so strong that people are talking in their sleep, or talking to themselves! Talk interferes with work, or else communication systems are disrupted. Wait until silence signals a change into emotionalism, which is best handled by eating. Be aware that your interesting […]

The Seed of the Buddha Nature Within

The Seed of the Buddha Nature Within

A Teaching by Jetsunma Ahkön Lhamo

When one begins to understand some of the ideas that are presented in Dharma, one realizes that the goal that we are engaged in “moving toward,” if you’ll forgive that bad choice of words, is actually Buddha Nature itself. We tend to consider that the path is like […]

Astrology for 11/26/2015

11/26/2015 Thursday by Norma

The news is good and conversation is satisfying. This is a great day for friendly get-togethers and for romance. Go for a walk, a drive or a short excursion. Contact everybody you know and say hi. Get everyone’s opinion about everything, and leave nobody out. Absolutely avoid political or religious discussions, […]

A Teaching on the Four Immeasurables

The following is respectfully taken from “How to Follow a Spiritual Master” edited by Ngagyur Nyingma Institute.

The following story of King Tsangpa Lha (Brahma Deva) and his son Gyaltshab Dhampa provides insights into the way bygone great practitioners have followed and practiced with their own Masters. The Prince was seeking dharma teachings but […]

Taking On Suffering: Story of Maitriyogin and the Dog’s Pain

The following is respectfully quoted from “Enlightened Courage” by His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche:

There is a story that one day, when Maitriyogin was teaching, a dog barked at someone, who, losing his temper, threw a stone at it. The dog was hit in the ribs and yelped. Feeling great sorrow for the animal, […]

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