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The current Dalai Lama is the Dalai Lama and also the longest lived incumbent. Read these wise Dalai Lama quotes on kindness, peace, and life. Dalai Lama, Photo Portrait, We Are The World, Successful People, Way Of Life, Good People, Happy People, Smart People, You Changed

"The planet does not need more 'successful people'. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds. It needs people to live well in their places. It needs people with moral courage willing to join the struggle to make the world habitable and humane and these qualities have little to do with success as our culture is the set. " ~H.H.The Dalai Lama

"Let go" are just two very simple words but according to Buddhism, they have… Gautama Buddha, Buddha Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Wisdom, Buddhist Quotes, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Great Meaning, Meditation, Buddhism

"Let go" are just two very simple words but according to Buddhism, they have great meaning. Then, let go of the undesirable object of anger. Let go of the exaggerated beauty of the object of desire. Let go of the objects of other wrong concepts.. There are many things to let go of. Rather than keeping these wrong concepts in your heart, you let go of them. Let go of grasping and clinging frees you from stress." ~Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Exposing the Reincarnation Deception: Your Soul is Enslaved - Humans Are Free Tibetan Art, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Buddhist Philosophy, Wheel Of Life, Fractal, Religious Books, Qi Gong, Occult

The Wheel of Life - Samsara | Thangka Mandala

By Samsara (bhavachakra) we are talking of all existences that are conditioned by: ignorance, suffering and the unexplainable flow of time, often represented by Yama holding the wheel of life. Nirvana…

The Hundred Verses of Advice: Tibetan Buddhist Teachings on What Matters Most Gautama Buddha, Buddha Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Wisdom, Reiki, The Hundreds, Dalai Lama, Verses

"Life is fragile, like a dewdrop poised on the tip of a blade of grass, ready to be carried away by the first breath of morning breeze. It is not enough just to have a sincere desire to practice the Dharma and the intention to begin soon. Do not just passively wait for the wind of death to carry away your plans before you have gotten around to them. As soon as the idea of practicing comes to you, do it without hesitation." HH Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche was a Vajrayana master, scholar, poet, teacher, and head of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism from 1987 to Buddhist Wisdom, Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Monk, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Buddhist Quotes, Motif Oriental, Vajrayana Buddhism, Spiritual Teachers

“You have not obtained this precious human life just by chance. It is the result of having heard the Buddha’s name in a past life, having taking refuge in him, accumulated virtuous actions and developed some wisdom. There is no certainty that you will obtain this vessel again. If you fail to practise the Dharma in this life, it is certain that you will not obtain a human life. To neglect such an opportunity would therefore be very foolish. Do not waste it. Practise every day.” Dilgo Khyentse

This possibility of happiness while still in samsara comes from the practice and cultivation of love, compassion, and bodhichitta. Therefore, if we practice them, we can achieve the state of happiness in this life and the state of happiness while in samsara.-Karmapa Buddhist Wisdom, Buddhist Prayer, Buddha Buddhism, Buddhist Monk, Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lama, Vajrayana Buddhism, Spiritual People, Wonderful Dream

This possibility of happiness while still in samsara comes from the practice and cultivation of love, compassion, and bodhichitta. Therefore, if we practice them, we can achieve the state of happiness in this life and the state of happiness while in samsara.-Karmapa

madhyamaka: Have no doubt that complete awakeningIs the fully ripened result - comprehended only by a Buddha - Of holding in mind by teaching, reading or reciting This aspiration of the bodhisattva practice. Buddhist Wisdom, Buddha Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Tibetan Mandala, Nepal, Buddhist Architecture, Lotus Sutra, Exotic Art

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madhyamaka: “ Have no doubt that complete awakening Is the fully ripened result - comprehended only by a Buddha - Of holding in mind by teaching, reading or reciting This aspiration of the bodhisattva...

HH Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche seated before thangka of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava Buddha) Gautama Buddha, Buddha Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Wisdom, Buddhist Quotes, Vajrayana Buddhism, Japanese Artwork, Tantra, Tibet

The practise of Dharma should bring you to the point where you can maintain the same constant awareness whether in or out of practise sessions. This is the quintessential point of all spiritual instruction; without it, however many mantras and prayers you recite, however many thousands of prostrations and circumambulations you do, as long as your mind remains distracted none of it will help to get rid of your obscuring emotions. Never forget this most crucial point. -- Dilgo Khyentse…

This poem is written by the contemporary Tibetan poet Sangdor and is part of a forthcoming book of his poetry in English translation. Sangdor was born in the Lake Regions of Amdo and recognized as… Buddhist Wisdom, Buddhist Teachings, Tibetan Buddhism, Reiki, Be My Teacher, Buddhist Philosophy, Gautama Buddha, Dream City, Frases

“If you have no mastery over your mind and are influenced and conditioned by habitual tendencies, even in the quiet of an insolated retreat your thoughts will follow one upon another like ripples on water. Memories of past events will well up vividly in your mind – as will plans, decisions, and speculation about your future. You will spend your whole time running after thoughts and concepts, a lot of mental activity with no benefit at all for your practice.” ~ H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Thich Nhat Hanh – New Earth Heartbeat Courage Dear Heart, Buddha Wisdom, Thich Nhat Hanh, Warrior Queen, Buddhist Monk, New Earth, Finding Joy, You Are Awesome, Archetypes

Recently, one friend asked me, "How can I force myself to smile when I am filled with sorrow? It isn't natural." I told her she must be able to smile to her sorrow, because we are more than our sorrow. A human being is like a television set with millions of channels. If we turn the Buddha on, we are the Buddha. If we turn sorrow on then we are sorrow. If we turn a smile on, we really are the smile. We can not let just one channel dominate us... ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

“Once you overcome the hatred within your mind, you will discover that in the world outside, there is no longer any such thing as even a single enemy. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche So true Gautama Buddha, Buddha Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Wisdom, Strive Harder, Japanese Artwork, Soul Connection, Mind Body Soul, Tibet

When you are watching a film, people in it appear to be really fighting battles, loving each other, and so forth, but none of these things are actually happening. It is all just fantasy. Try to see all your joys and sorrows as if you were watching a movie, letting go of the idea that you have to strive hard to avoid whatever is difficult or unpleasant. This will make your happiness indestructible. - Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche - know-the-way personal-development