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Know the Truth – Niguma

Relax! There is no need to be critical. Whatever arises, whatever occurs, simply don’t cling to it, but immediately let it go. Know the Truth beyond all opposites. — Niguma

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Universe in a Cup

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The Subtle-Body

“You know you have a physical body, and you’ve come a long way toward understanding how the mind acts to create a sense of ‘self’. But there’s a layer of experience that lies between these two. That layer is what

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Belief is futile

“The ultimate truth is not far away, it is not distant. It is near you, close, closer than you are to yourself, but still you go on missing it, and you have been missing it for millions of lives. This

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Qi Resonance

  With no human consciousness to reflect themselves in, good and evil simply happen, or rather, there is no good and evil, but only a sequence of neutral events, or what the Buddhists call the Nidhanachain, the uninterrupted causal concatenation

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Bring Your Cup!

“This openness is present in and actually presupposed by every determinate form.” Chögyam Trungpa. “You are the Sky. Everything Else – It’s just the weather.” ~Pema Chodron. “If your everyday practice is open to all your emotions, to all the

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Life is work in progress

“Life is a work in progress, a process of uncovering our natural openness, uncovering our natural intelligence and warmth. I have discovered, just as my teachers always told me, that we already have what we need. The wisdom, the strength,

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Sit and Forget

  In Tang dynasty China (618–907 AD), Buddhist and Daoist ways of realizing ‘luminous emptiness’ were integrated and incorporated into various Mystery schools of Daoism (Twofold Mystery, Highest Clarity).  One of the outcome of this confluence was the Daoist path of

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Two Votes

  One day the sun admitted, I am just a shadow. I wish I could show you The Infinite Incandescence That has cast my brilliant image! I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the

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Happy Saga Dawa – 2014!

“How does one stay mindful? Where feelings are known as they arise, known as they persist, known as they pass away. Thoughts are known as they arise, known as they persist, known as they pass away. Perceptions are known they

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