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Five ways to rest the mind in meditation ~ Milarepahttp://bit.ly/1rYxbCt
Rest in a natural way like a small child. Rest like an ocean without waves. Rest within clarity like a candle flame. Rest without self-concerns like a human corpse. Rest unmoving like a mountain.
Milarepa
quoted in the book “The Tibetan Buddhism Reader”http://amzn.to/12PYD90

justdharmaquotes:

Five ways to rest the mind in meditation ~ Milarepa
http://bit.ly/1rYxbCt

Rest in a natural way like a small child.
Rest like an ocean without waves.
Rest within clarity like a candle flame.
Rest without self-concerns like a human corpse.
Rest unmoving like a mountain.

Milarepa

quoted in the book “The Tibetan Buddhism Reader”
http://amzn.to/12PYD90

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If you are silent, be silent out of love. If you speak, speak out of love.
Saint Augustine (via infinite-paradox)

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Truth.

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Truth.

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Realizing what, who and why we are not ~ Chögyam Trungpahttp://bit.ly/1mTeeL0
The basics teachings of Buddha are about understanding what we are, who we are, why we are. When we begin to realize what we are, who we are, why we are, then we begin to realize what we are not, who we are not, why we are not. We begin to realize that we don’t have basic, substantial, solid, fundamental ground that we can exert anymore. We begin to realize that our ideas of security and our concept of freedom have been purely phantom experiences.
Chögyam Trungpa
from the book “The Mishap Lineage: Transforming Confusion into Wisdom”http://amzn.to/1fIjnEe

justdharmaquotes:

Realizing what, who and why we are not ~ Chögyam Trungpa
http://bit.ly/1mTeeL0

The basics teachings of Buddha are about understanding what we are, who we are, why we are. When we begin to realize what we are, who we are, why we are, then we begin to realize what we are not, who we are not, why we are not. We begin to realize that we don’t have basic, substantial, solid, fundamental ground that we can exert anymore. We begin to realize that our ideas of security and our concept of freedom have been purely phantom experiences.

Chögyam Trungpa

from the book “The Mishap Lineage: Transforming Confusion into Wisdom”
http://amzn.to/1fIjnEe

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Beautiful little house

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