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During this e-book, 3 conventional texts on Dream Yoga, Meditation, and Transformation are offered and commented on by means of Ven. Gyatrul Rinpoche "for their relevance to the modern day religious aspirant who needs to mix and stability caliber perform time, paintings time and relaxation time during a hectic day." The statement is "specially adapted to the wishes of Western students."

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With that thought, his head fell off and he died. In Tibet there are so many examples that I have personally experienced with great lamas who have this level of advanced realization. If you don't ask them how they're feeling, they will never be sick. " then immediately they'll be bent over with pain. I have seen some great lamas burst out in tears as an expression of their pain, whereas if you hadn 't brought the subject up, they were perfectly fine. H. Dudjom Rinpoche. If you went in his presence and said, "Oh, Rinpoche, you must not be feeling very well," or 62 Ancient Wisdom "How are you feeling today?

Keeping that in mind, you should work harder to develop more wisdom. " But you should watch before stepping. Watch and then step. In particular if you are a dharma practitioner, the meaning of not being afflicted by the hindrances that arise from enemies, illness, malevolent spirits or any­ thing else is not that you are actually going to be able Transformation 37 to prevent the arising of such things in the future. In fact, killing one enemy will not guarantee you that a second one is not going to manifest.

In this case the author, Dodrup Tenpe Nyima, bows down to the noble Avalokiteshvara, the great Bodhisattva of Compassion. As he poetically writes, the reason this homage is rendered to Avalokiteshvara is because Avalokiteshvara is one who always rejoices at the happiness of others. As the Bodhisattva of Compas­ sion, whenever the happiness of others is viewed - be it temporary or ultimate - he always rejoices. On the other hand, he is deeply saddened by the suffering of others. When he views all sentient beings of the six classes - those in the hell, hungry spirit, animal, hum an, titan and the deva realms - he realizes that they are somewhat like stubborn children.

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