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  • Buddha and Nirvana

    January 7, 2013

    Direct perfect enlightenment [with regard to] all aspects,
    and abandonment of the stains along with their imprints
    [are called] buddha and nirvana respectively.
    In truth, these are not two different things.
    —Arya Maitreya
    All aspects...

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  • Every Being Has Been Our Mother

    December 31, 2012

    Who is more shameless in this world,
    Than one who abandons to samsara’s ocean of suffering
    All the mothers who have tenderly cared for him since beginningless time
    And instead strives toward the...

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  • The Spontaneous Creativity of Dharmakaya

    December 24, 2012

    It is not enough merely to look into the space of happiness or sadness; it is important to have pure presence constant in that flow. If the power of meditation...

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  • Two Sides of a Coin

    December 17, 2012

    Any happiness there is in the world ultimately turns to pain. Why? Consider the two sides of a coin: just because what we desire is to be seen on the...

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  • The Process of Karma

    December 10, 2012

    Such is the process of karma: it is ineluctable; its results are greatly magnified; actions not committed have no effect; and the effects of actions committed never expire on their...

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