Transforming the mind: teachings on generating compassion
Thorsons, 2000. máj. 1. - 168 oldal
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning author of two books currently on the bestseller lists shares for the first time the main source of his own inspiration. In his commentary on one of the most profound spiritual texts in Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama shows readers how to transform difficult situations into opportunities for spiritual growth. (World Religions)
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For a Buddhist practitioner, especially for a Mahayana practitioner, it is vital to
have deep admiration for the Buddha, and that admiration must be grounded in a
profound understanding of the essence of his teaching, the Dharma.
"Buddha-bodies."3 This principle should itself be understood in relation to
another fundamental point which is that, at the deepest level, mind and body are
non-dual. Therefore the fully enlightened state should be understood as the total
Buddhism does not argue that Buddha is great because he was fully enlightened,
and since the Dharma was taught by Buddha, therefore you must have faith in it.
Rather, the approach we follow is to develop admiration in the Dharma first, ...
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