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Conceptual Proliferation

Conceptual Proliferation

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

In our ongoing continuum of trying to understand correct view from many different angles, I would like to talk about the conceptual proliferation that we continually engage in and how that actually occurs. If any of you have had […]

Astrology for 4/28/2015

4/28/2015 Tuesday by Norma

Everything associated with work, health and organizational matters goes very well today. You rocket through the day making excellent decisions, cleaning up messes and assigning the right task to the right person. Take your vitamins and begin a diet, it’ll work! Tiny details are fun and small is beautiful and successful. […]

Introduction to the Four Noble Truths by His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok

Introduction to the Four Noble Truths by His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok

The following is an excerpt from a public talk given by His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok in Washington D.C.

This is the auspicious occasion which commemorates the precious turning of the Dharma Wheel which occurred in ancient India by our Lord and Supreme Guide, Lord Buddha Shakyamuni, in Varanasi in the presence of the […]

Astrology for 4/27/2015

4/27/2015 Monday by Norma

An odd breakage occurs today, one that is correctable. It’s possible to be separated from a source of love and happiness by an incomprehensible force. You don’t know what hit you but something is gone! Relax. With an adjustment you will get it back and you may never understand what happened. […]

Examining the Causes of Suffering

The following is an excerpt from a public talk given by His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok:

The second cause for suffering is karma—– karma meaning cause and result. This begins with these negative causes: beginning first with killing, the weightiest cause, which is to kill or to take a life. Now according to Buddhism […]

Love and Compassion: From Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism

The following is respectfully quoted from “Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism” by Tsong-ka-pa

The fourth of the seven cause and effect precepts is love. The field of observation is all sentient beings, and the subjective aspects are three:

How nice it would be if all sentient beings had happiness and its causes. May all sentient […]

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