Category Archives: Mahayana

addendum pt. 1 Bodhisattva Bhumis

A member of the study group asked, “how to establish one’s self on the Bhumis?” In other words, how to mature on the Path of Awakening. The response given was, “It’s simple: Know your mind.” The Western psychological model has … Continue reading

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pt. 1: the Bodhisattva Bhumis from Trungpa Rinpoche

There are so many ways to look at the Path of Awakening. Every spiritual tradition through human history has provided context, practices, rituals, community and support. The idea of getting from here to there seems to be embedded in human … Continue reading

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Meditation: luminous emptiness

This week completes with a reflection on reflecting itself. The act of contemplation (and all its various forms) is one that brings forward luminous emptiness, derives from these two inseparable qualities, while contemplation is also an example or expression of … Continue reading

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Meditation: awareness is benevolent 2: whole-istic

The scope of Awareness is unfathomable, yet we live awareness every moment of our existence. All mechanisms of incarnated existence are the instruments of awareness; the Awareness that we are. In this very moment, the fullness of your experience is … Continue reading

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Meditation: prajna, at the center

Prajna is about the infinitude of every moment. We began this journey through the five physical senses. More is explained on the podcast and in your moment to moment experiences of life.

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