Words of a great beings



Three Types of Dharma Engagement -
• The Person of Inferior Motive engages in Dharma activities purely for the sake of well-being in future lives. Therefore, he avoids all other activities, and will certainly attain rebirth in the higher realms.
• The Person of Mediocre Motive, due to being dissatisfied with samsaric existence, engages only in virtuous activities. Therefore, he will certainly attain individual liberation.
• The Person of Superior Motive engages in the practice of bodhicitta (compassionate mind) for the sake of all beings. Therefore, he will certainly attain complete enlightenment.

Padmasambhava [Guru Rinpoche] - Aug 14, 2012

Do not forget the Lama,
Pray to him at all times.

Do not be carried away by thoughts,
Watch the nature of mind.

Do not forget death,
Persist in Dharma.

Do not forget sentient beings,
With compassion dedicate your merit to them.

Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche - Aug 09, 2012

As for the innermost advice: no matter what kind of disturbing emotion you feel, look into the emotion and it tracelessly subsides. The disturbing emotion is thus naturally freed. This is simple to practice.

Padmasambhava [Guru Rinpoche] - Aug 08, 2012

Rest in natural great peace this exhausted mind,
Beaten helpless by karma and neurotic thoughts
Like the relentless fury of the pounding waves
In the infinite ocean of Samsara.
Rest in natural great peace.

Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche - Aug 07, 2012

Simply plunging directly into meditation in the moment now, with our whole being, free from hesitation, boredom or excitement, is enlightenment.

Dilgo Khentse Rinpoche - Aug 06, 2012

 

 

 



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