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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This implies that various thoughts and emotions occur in our minds at different
moments, which means that our negative emotions do not reside in us as ever-
present, inseparable parts of our basic mind. This is why we say that thoughts
One could say that the method aspect, which includes the various skillful means '
The Sanskrit word kaya means "body" in the sense of a body or embodiment of
numerous qualities. The four kayas are: Svabhavikakaya, the Buddha-body of ...
Bringing about others' welfare really means helping them attain liberation. We
must therefore begin with an understanding of what is meant by liberation. This
relates back directly to what I described earlier, namely the understanding of ...
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Basically this is an explanation of the principles of Tibetan Buddhism, using the Eight Verses on Transforming the Mind (Lo Jong tradition) by 11th-century teacher Langri Thangpa as a base. Appendix ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
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Another addition to the growing list of titles by the Dalai Lama, this book is a transcription of three days of teachings in May 1999 in London. The focus is on The Eight Verses on Transforming the ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
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