Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Power of An Ordinary Person’s Search – the Buddha’s Life Story

The main theme of Buddhism is the idea of awakening, waking up or showing up. In terms of Dzogchen philosophy in Buddhism, the main theme, is cultivating self-aware presence.

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Solstice, Equinox & Eclipses – A Prayer for All Goodness

In the Kunzang Monlam the entire prayer outlines the way in which mind unfolds, from our mental habits come the projections that infect all our interactions with our own karmic habits, habitual mind states and beliefs about self. Likewise whenever presence of awareness is available then genuine and direct communication with our world is possible. That becomes the basis for an intrinsic confidence, because we practice relating more and more directly with what is in front of us rather than being so caught up in

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White Tara – World Peace & Compassionate Action

Buddhists have cherished White Tara practice as a prayer for world peace and healing. Tara is also a symbol of compassionate action.Tara’s legend is that of a Buddha who resolved to take birth in female form in order to demonstrate that Buddha nature occurs in every form, male, female, black, white (or green! Tara comes … Continue reading White Tara – World Peace & Compassionate Action

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