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Kirt's Tibetan Translation Notes
"Even if you practice only for an hour a day with faith and inspiration, good qualities will steadily increase. Regular practice makes it easy to transform your mind. From seeing only relative truth, you will eventually reach a profound certainty in the meaning of absolute truth."
Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
"Only you can make your mind beautiful."
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Over 90 excellent Audio Teachings, some also as Video, by rigzin Trungpa Lingpa, the 11th, on Dharma, natrue of mind, etc. whereby some high teachings are also openly hidden & given in simple language plus some Q/A sessions. Click on the left column for each session's talks:
http://www.chronicleproject.com/CTRlibr ... brary.html
Dzogchen masters I know say: 1)Buddhist religion essence is Dzogchen 2)Religions are positive by intent/fruit 3)Any method's OK unless: breaking Dzogchen vows, mixed as syncretic (Milanese Soup) 4)Don't join mandalas of opponents of Dalai Lama/Padmasambhava: False Deity inventors by encouraging victims 5)Don't debate Ati with others 6)Don't discuss Ati practices online 7) A master told his old disciple: no one's to discuss his teaching with some others on a former forum nor mention him. Publicity's OK, questions are asked from masters/set teachers in person/email/non-public forums~Best wishes
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Distinctive features of the Four Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism by Dr Alexander Berzin
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"Morality does not become pure unless darkness is dispelled by the light of wisdom"
- Aryasura, Paramitasamasa 6.5
Oṃ A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhīḥ
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30 minutes of "om mani peme hung" without background music.
With a heart wandering in ignorance down this path and that, to guide me I simply say Namu-Amida-Butsu.
The Fundamental Vow [of Amitabha Buddha] is just for such people as woodcutters and grassgatherers, vegetable pickers, drawers of water and the like, illiterate folk who merely recite the Buddha's name wholeheartedly, confident that as a result of saying "Namu Amida Butsu" they will be born into the western land.
-- Master Hōnen
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Thanks, I'm reading through this site right now and it's got some useful preliminary info
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