“When we begin to win the struggle to free ourselves from the waves of afflictive emotions, the mind will become like a calm and vast lake. This peaceful state, the natural tranquility of mind, will lead to deep samadhi [concentration], which is the pacification of wandering, deluded thoughts.” ~ H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
"Instead of allowing wild thoughts to enslave you, realize their essential emptiness. Examine the nature of hatred; you will find that it is no more than a thought. When you see it as it is, it will dissolve like a cloud in the sky." Dilgo Khyentse
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"Truly, to meditate on the benevolent teacher is a spiritual practice more profound than any other." Dilgo Khyentse
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Gates to Buddhist Practice (The Living Dharma Series : the Oral Teachings of Chagdud Tulku) By Chagdud Tulku 1993 | 225 Pages | ISBN: 188184...
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Being an authentic Buddhist ~ 17th Karmapa http://justdharma.com/s/4iaz8 So maybe the point is to confront ourselves with the question: am I really a good person, a good human being? Because that is what characterizes being an authentic Buddhist. – 17th Karmapa source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYs8DlnenQY