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Developing Spiritual Discrimination

Developing Spiritual Discrimination

An excerpt from the Mindfulness workshop given by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo in 1999

One of the things that is very unique about the Buddhadharma is that it is not a “Sunday-go-to-meeting” religion.  It’s not the kind of religion where you go on Sunday and Christmas and Easter, or whatever your particular holiday happens to be, and […]

Astrology for 5/28/2016

5/28/2016 Saturday by Norma

A temperamental moment is surprising but short lived. Someone wants to be alone and others want to act as a group. If you’re the loner join up for the time being, you’ll be glad you did later. Spend time going over your options and clearly plan a strategy for the […]

Astrology for 5/27/2016

5/27/2016 Friday by Norma

Someone comes through in a way that is enormously helpful. Avoid a stubborn attitude and don’t be grumpy if it’s done differently than what you’re used to. It’s a new day, with new ways! Be aware that the times continue to be demanding, stressful and fraught with uncertainty; be willing to […]

Request to Remain Firm

Request to Remain Firm

The following is a prayer from the Nam Chö Daily Practice Book from Palyul Ling International:

As the single source of benefit and bliss,
May the doctrine remain in this world indefinitely and
May those of supreme birth who uphold the precious doctrine,
Live long firm lives like banners of victory!
May the lives of the glorious spiritual teachers be […]

Meditation on Impartiality: Patrul Rinpoche

The following is respectfully quoted from “The Words of My Perfect Teacher” by Patrul Rinpoche

1. Meditation on impartiality

Impartiality (tang nyom in Tibetan) means giving up (tang) our hatred for enemies and infatuation with friends, and having an even-minded (nyom) attitude towards all beings, free of attachment to those close to us and aversion for those who are […]

Impartiality

The following is a full length video teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo given at Kunzang Palyul Choling:

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Jetsunma describes how to use the natural love and responsibility we feel towards those we love as a window to recognizing the suffering of all beings, and taking responsibility for relieving the suffering of all beings […]