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Interpreting Mirror Like Wisdome – Buddha Akshobhya

In , is one of the Five who is known as a product of the Adibuddha, and also represents as an aspect of reality. By convention, is established in the east of the Diamond Realm and is the lord of the Eastern Abhirati although the Pure Land of Akshobhya’s western counterpart is far better known. His consort is Locana and he is also normally accompanied .

Akong Tulku Rinpoche

Choje Akong was a unique figure in the recent .  Along with Chogyam Trungpa, he founded in Scotland, the first in the West.  When left for America it was who oversaw the of the and monastic complex at which has grown into one of the foremost Centres of and practice in Europe. Early Life .

The Dark Armies of the Dharma

, the Lord of , gazes out across the world, his white radiance soothing the of living beings. With one pair of hands, he clasps to his heart the wish-fulfilling gem of his to eradicate the world’s pain. In his upper left hand, he holds of spiritual receptivity, the to leave the mud of and reach up toward the of true . Above his head, we sense .
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Top 5 Buddha Mandalas – For Meditation and Tantric Practice

is a piece of . In the and , art often takes as a form. In , or is known as a spiritual and in and , that represents the . Mandala is taken as and also as an of fully realized beings or deities. Buddha Mandala with 5 Dhayni Buddhas This painting shows the life of Buddha. Buddha mandala is .

Buddha’s Teachings on Enlightenment and Nirvana

According to is comprehension of the nature of reality which produced a complete from all . The nature of the reality he taught involves the principle that all things are ultimately relative. Everything arises from causes and conditions, therefore, nothing whatsoever exists naturally or by way of its own heritage. The innate inconsideration of oneself and other experience being truly existent gives rise to , hate, envy, and the other ills .
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Atiśa Dīpaṃkara Śrījñāna – The Reviver of Buddhism in Tibet

is a renowned Indian who went to in 1042 to help in the revival of and established the Kadam tradition. His text Light for the Path was the first lam-rim text. Pala Empire The Pala Dynasty was the ruling Dynasty in Bihar and Bengal , from the 8th to the 12th century.  Called the Palas because all their names ended in Pala, “protector”. is a teacher from the Pala .

Avalokitesvara Mahayana Pantheon

Who is ? Avalokitesvara, of , is one of the most important and popular . Avalokitesvara first appears in Indian . He is originally mentioned as one of a number of . Avalokitesvara is famous in the Mahayana Pantheon as a emanating from the , , and his Akti, Pandara. Who is Pandara? Pandara, goddess, is the of Amitabha, and a feminine bodhisattva. She originated from the .

Development Of Eight fold Path In The Disciple

CONFIDENCE AND RIGHT-MINDEDNESS Suppose a householder, or his son, or someone reborn in any family, hears the law; and after the law he is filled with confidence in the Perfect One. And filled with this confidence, he thinks: “Full of hindrances is household life, a refuse heap; but pilgrim life is like the open . Not easy is it, when one lives at home, to fulfill in all points the rules of the .
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Swayambhunath Stupa

Swayambhunath is an architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. Swambhunath is also called the “”. it the most sacred among pilgrimage sites. Swayambhunath stupa is a religious site for both Buddhists and Hindus. Located at the center of Kathmandu, the stupa is situated atop a hill at 1,336 meters above the sea level and is 77 meters from the ground. You must climb 365 steps .

THE TWIN TRUTHS

After reading THE ’S WAY OF VIRTUE we will go through “The Twin Truths“. For the proper understanding of , these opening stanzas are all-important. One of the Buddha’s key-thoughts was what modern psychologists call the “law of apperception”: the value of things depends upon our attitude to them. Part of Gautama’s of reform was a “transvaluation of values,” a shifting of emphasis; and, like the Stoics, he taught the indifference of the .