Dec 15 2013

Shambhala Teachings

Posted by 3rdadmin in News

We selected algunasa such as Chogyam Trungpa that informs us that not to forget the contributions of the Shambhala teachings are founded on a premise that human wisdom is a base that can help solve world problems. This wisdom does not belong to any culture or religion, not only come from East or West. Rather, it is a tradition of human warriors that have existed in many cultures at different times throughout history. We add that our life is an endless journey, it is a path that extends infinitely into the distance. The practice of meditation allows us to experience all the textures of the road, which is what travel is all about.

(The road is the goal) Sogyal Rinpoche for his part says that there are two particular aspects that I believe are of fundamental importance for the future: the need to cultivate a deep appreciation of the teachings and what they really represent and offer, and we should give attention to the way that integrates the teachings in the minds and hearts of students Holding contemplation and practice of detachment, we discover in ourselves algoa a we can not name, describe or conceptualize, algoa a which, as we begin to perceive, behind all the changes. When we speak of love, more love we feel for our friends but not our enemies. Love is limited, while the boundless love comes from deep reflection. If water is not removed, it will become Clara. Likewise, the nature of mind is such that if not alter, make or manipulate with unnecessary thoughts, by itself will find its natural state of peace and Death is not being depressing or exciting, it's simply a fact of life.

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