Dear friends, There are just some people in the world who have great compassion and live their lives according to this compassion. They harm no one, they abide in love, they think of benefitting others, their speech/mind/body is directed to benefitting others and their presence inspires us to be more and better.
Evolution :: News :: September 26, 2012 :: :: Email :: Print Known as the "iron man," a 24-centimeter-high sculpture was likely created from a piece of the Chinga meteorite that was strewn across the border region between Russia and Mongolia between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago
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Longchen Nyingthig ( Tibetan : ཀློང་ཆེན་སྙིང་ཐིག་ , Wylie : klong chen snying thig ) is a systematic explanation of Dzogchen within the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism . Like the world famous Bardo Thodol , the Longchen Nyingthig is a seminal example of the terma tradition. The Longchen Nyingthig is generally classified as a Vajrayana or tantric Buddhist esoteric teaching and has an extensive meditational, trance and ritual practice, oral tradition and tantric literature associated with it.
The Longchen Nyingthik Lineage is based upon the terma revelations of the 18th century treasure revealer, Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa. These revelations, composed of various sadhanas, teachings and pith instructions, were received by Jigme Lingpa through multiple visionary experiences, in which he directly encountered Guru Padmasambhava, Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal, Omniscient Longchen Rabjam and many other masters.
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Este es el único "simbolo" del Reiki que realmente es un símbolo , los demás (salvo los del Reiki Tibetano) son frases escritas en Kanji y una letra semilla en carácteres siddham. Eso lo veremos más tarde.
The verses from the vinaya beginning "ye dharmā hetuprabhava" are the words spoken by the Arahant Assaji (Sanskrit: Aśvajit) to Upatissa, later to become known as Sariputta (Sanskrit: Śariputra).
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Vajrayoginī is a tantric deity with no counterpart in Mahāyana Buddhism. She is a ḍākiṇī- literally a "sky-dancer", and figuratively a wild spirit who dances ecstatically in the clear blue sky of śūnyata.
Las postraciones Muchas personas, la primera vez que se acercan a un monasterio budista y ven a un monje haciendo postraciones o recitando mantras y plegarias, con un collar de cuentas o rosario, en la mano, y, además, en un idioma extraño, experimentan
When the magnificent Samye, Tibet’s first major monastery, was under construction, great masters were invited from India: Padmasambhava, Vimalamitra, Buddhaguhya, and others.