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- Wed Apr 01, 2015 4:01 pm
- Forum: Dzogchen
- Topic: Samaya and switching traditions.
- Replies: 30
- Views: 6212
Nobody has yet posted here any understanding of what the Dzogchen samaya actually is. There are four. If someone is really trying to follow the Dzogchen teachings and understands the Dzogchen samaya, then they would also know that it is exceedingly difficult to not break the Dzogchen samayas even if...
Karma is the linkage of causes and their effects. There seems to always be a preoccupation with the effect side of the equation, particularly, AFTER the effect has ripened. This is typical human nature of humans in samsara. Objectively, until we are irreversibly self-realized, we will either be prod...
- Tue Jun 19, 2012 11:37 pm
- Forum: Lounge
- Topic: Buddhism about spirit guides
- Replies: 66
- Views: 13750
There are a couple of considerations here. Soliciting a guide from the spirit realm for help with mundane issues is one thing, and soliciting a guide for spiritual issues is another thing. Usually, people try to get help for things that are already set in motion. This is like trying to un-ring a bel...
- Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:01 pm
- Forum: Dharma in Everyday Life
- Topic: Is 'Wholesome Conduct' in Sex a good Karma?
- Replies: 65
- Views: 10904
But if you feel desire, this is a form of attachment, Vajrayana or not. Desire is not really a form of attachment, even though the former commonly results in the latter. Desire is our playing field, the actual cause of our human dimension. Attachment is our ignorant reaction to desire. It is possib...