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Where Spiritual Life Begins

Where Spiritual Life Begins

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

We who are sentient beings are wandering in samsara, and according to the Buddha’s teaching, if we have the assumption of self-nature as being inherently real, we are all basically in the same condition of wandering. It is only […]

Astrology for 5/4/2015

5/4/2015 Monday by Norma

Success is sneaking closer and closer as overdoing simultaneously wears you out. Hint: if something is super-fun it’s tiring, if it’s incomprehensible it’s succeeding. So should you stop having fun? No- but be aware of the toll it is taking on you. Mick Jaggar sang, “You can’t always get what you […]

An Ocean of Blessings

An Ocean of Blessings

The Stanzas of Offering Water from the Pure Vision, An Ocean of Blessings

By His Holiness Dudjom Lingpa

HUNG YAN LAG GYED DAN DUD TSI DZING BU DI

HUNG Offering a lake of nectar possessing the eight qualities of pure water

CHOM DAN KHOR DANG CHE LA BUL WAR GYI

To all the Buddhas […]

Astrology for 5/3/2015

5/3/ 2015 Sunday

Do your best not to ask anyone for a favor or a loan today, it causes distress and the answer is no. Pride and finances clash and nobody is backing down. Wait for a day or two and present your request from a different angle, one that features what you will do […]

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 […]

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 […]

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