The Dharmakaya WayMeditationBook Quotes

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Dakinis Devas and Sky Dancers

04.10.2011  |  1 Comment

This rope of the three worlds, Samsara, Should be cut, Naropa. Look Into the mirror of your mind, the place of dreams, The mysterious home of the … Continue Reading

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The Council of Bodhisattvas

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Bodhisattvas (Tib.chang-chub-sem-pai) literally meaning ‘heroes of enlightenment’, courageous individuals who dedicate their entire being towards a single goal, to bring about the enlightenment of all sentient beings. … Continue Reading

Mandala

Mandala

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Mandalas illustrate the process of arriving at the state of awakened perception through which one may become absorbed in shunyata. This process may be termed the Path … Continue Reading

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Mahamudra

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The direct translation of Mahamudra in Tibetan is “realisation of Shunyata, freedom from samsara and the inseparability of these two”. The teaching system was revealed to Tilopa … Continue Reading

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Meditation and Healing

02.06.2011  |  No Comments

The question often asked by the beginner is: “what has healing got to do with true meditation practices?” The answer will always be the same by the … Continue Reading

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The Mystery of Numbers

01.08.2011  |  No Comments

The secrets of being/non-being lie hid in the mystery of numbers. They are not illusions, but relate to the platforms of awareness that make things definite. They … Continue Reading

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Dakinis Devas and Sky Dancers

04.10.2011  |  1 Comment

This rope of the three worlds, Samsara, Should be cut, Naropa. Look Into the mirror of your mind, the place of dreams, The mysterious home of the … Continue Reading

council-of-bod

The Council of Bodhisattvas

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Bodhisattvas (Tib.chang-chub-sem-pai) literally meaning ‘heroes of enlightenment’, courageous individuals who dedicate their entire being towards a single goal, to bring about the enlightenment of all sentient beings. … Continue Reading

Mandala

Mandala

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Mandalas illustrate the process of arriving at the state of awakened perception through which one may become absorbed in shunyata. This process may be termed the Path … Continue Reading

dharmachakra_mudra

Mahamudra

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

The direct translation of Mahamudra in Tibetan is “realisation of Shunyata, freedom from samsara and the inseparability of these two”. The teaching system was revealed to Tilopa … Continue Reading

dakinis-and-devas

Dakinis Devas and Sky Dancers

04.10.2011  |  1 Comment

This rope of the three worlds, Samsara, Should be cut, Naropa. Look Into the mirror of your mind, the place of dreams, The mysterious home of the … Continue Reading

council-of-bod

The Council of Bodhisattvas

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Bodhisattvas (Tib.chang-chub-sem-pai) literally meaning ‘heroes of enlightenment’, courageous individuals who dedicate their entire being towards a single goal, to bring about the enlightenment of all sentient beings. … Continue Reading

Mandala

Mandala

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Mandalas illustrate the process of arriving at the state of awakened perception through which one may become absorbed in shunyata. This process may be termed the Path … Continue Reading

dharmachakra_mudra

Mahamudra

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

The direct translation of Mahamudra in Tibetan is “realisation of Shunyata, freedom from samsara and the inseparability of these two”. The teaching system was revealed to Tilopa … Continue Reading

dakinis-and-devas

Dakinis Devas and Sky Dancers

04.10.2011  |  1 Comment

This rope of the three worlds, Samsara, Should be cut, Naropa. Look Into the mirror of your mind, the place of dreams, The mysterious home of the … Continue Reading

council-of-bod

The Council of Bodhisattvas

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Bodhisattvas (Tib.chang-chub-sem-pai) literally meaning ‘heroes of enlightenment’, courageous individuals who dedicate their entire being towards a single goal, to bring about the enlightenment of all sentient beings. … Continue Reading

Mandala

Mandala

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

Mandalas illustrate the process of arriving at the state of awakened perception through which one may become absorbed in shunyata. This process may be termed the Path … Continue Reading

dharmachakra_mudra

Mahamudra

04.10.2011  |  No Comments

The direct translation of Mahamudra in Tibetan is “realisation of Shunyata, freedom from samsara and the inseparability of these two”. The teaching system was revealed to Tilopa … Continue Reading

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