Amithaba practice

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wexell
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Amithaba practice

Post by wexell » Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:04 am

Hi, anyone have any idea if there is a practice of Amithaba in particular to overcome the desires /brama or should I just proceed with the classical practice Pure Land Buddhism having justification for the overrun?

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Jangchup Donden
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Re: Amithaba practice

Post by Jangchup Donden » Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:56 am

wexell wrote:Hi, anyone have any idea if there is a practice of Amithaba in particular to overcome the desires /brama or should I just proceed with the classical practice Pure Land Buddhism having justification for the overrun?
I would think any Amitabha practice would help overcome your desires. Just ask him for help!

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Re: Amithaba practice

Post by Josef » Wed Aug 11, 2010 4:02 pm

wexell wrote:Hi, anyone have any idea if there is a practice of Amithaba in particular to overcome the desires /brama or should I just proceed with the classical practice Pure Land Buddhism having justification for the overrun?
There is an amazing Amithaba practice from the Nam Cho terma cycle that includes Kye Rim, Dzog Rim, Pure Land, and Phowa.
I received it from Ayang Rinpoche. If you get a chance to you should try to meet him.
Kye ma!
The river of continuity is marked by impermanence.
Ceaseless flowing of appearance.
Beautiful and repulsive.
The dance of life and death is a display of the vast expanse.
With gratitude the watcher and the watched pass through the barrier of duality.

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