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Month: January 2012 (Page 2 of 2)

Tasting Our True Essence


“An effortless compassion can arise for all beings who have not realized their true nature. So limitless is it that if tears could express it, you would cry without end. Not only compassion, but tremendous skillful means can be born when you realize the nature of mind. Also you are naturally liberated from all suffering and fear, such as the fear of birth, death and the intermediate state. Then if you were to speak of the joy and bliss that arise from this realization, it is said by the buddhas that if you were to gather all the glory, enjoyment, pleasure and happiness of the world and put it all together, it would not approach one tiny fraction of the bliss that you experience upon realizing the nature of mind.”

– Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche

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Rise and Shine!

What’s your first thought when you open your eyes in the morning?

Have your ever been immediately captivated by the mood, thought, or emotion that dominated your mind when you fell asleep?

Or spontaneously drawn ahead, into the plans and activities of the day?

Our first thoughts and actions of the day are potent.  They contain the power to influence the next 24 hours.  Here’s an alternative to being enslaved by whatever pops into your mind as you awaken.

In a recent public talk, the Dalai Lama shared what he does when he wakes up each morning, at 3:00 am no less!

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6 Ways to Express Love

How do you express love?

Recently, a friend suggested that there are four traditional ways to express love to others. I don’t know where she found this framework.

As I thought about it, I added two more.

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Waking Up from the Dream

My one word focus for 2012 is “faith”.

A highly personal word that surely holds varied meanings depending upon the individual.

In essence, faith – to me – means remembering that material reality is like a dream.

Until we wake up, we’re still in the dream and there’s an automatic pull to believe it’s real.  It takes considerable diligence to retrain the mind to remember the illusory quality of existence.

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