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Astrology for 11/23/2014

11/23/2014 Sunday by Norma

Partnership matters go well. A policy decision corrects a mistake, and the tendency to over-talk things continues to be present. Listen to others patiently and be considerate of their views, no matter how ridiculous they seem to you. Self respect is an issue, and it is offered by listening. Someone is […]

Removing the Blinders

Removing the Blinders

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “Why P’howa?”

One thing that happens as we are turning the mind toward Dharma is we literally begin to examine the condition of cyclic existence, We come to understand that we are not the only ones that are wandering in […]

Astrology for 11/22/2014

11/22/2014 Saturday by Norma

Today was meant for over-doing! If something’s worth doing, it’s worth doing ten times, right? That’s the thinking: just watch yourself zipping around and notice how you’re overdoing too! Jupiter is driving the action and his happy spirit is both contagious and a relief from the recent serious times. Vince Lombardi […]

Cultivating Compassion

Cultivating Compassion

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “Why P’howa?”

It is not foreign to our nature, and it is also not separate from the goal that we wish to achieve by practicing in this way, for us to give rise to the great Bodhicitta, or the great compassion. […]

Incense Offering

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

TSUL TRIM DRI DEN PÖ CHOG DAM PA DI This pure supreme incense, which bears the scent of pure moral self-discipline,

TING DZIN NGAG DANG CHAG JYAI JYIN LAB KYI By the blessings of mantra, mudra and samadhi

SANG […]

Incense Offering

From: “Great Perfection Buddha In the Palm of the Hand: The Lama’s Oral Instructions Upon the Recitation and Visualization of the Preliminary Practices Ngondro” as revealed by Vidydhara Terton Migyur Dorje

TSHÜL THRIM DRI DEN PÖ CHOG DAM PA DI

This pure, supreme incense, which bears the scent of pure discipline,

TING DZIN NGAG […]

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