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Sooner or later, you will have to part from even your dearest friends. But one friend will never leave you. It is the Buddha-nature, pure awareness. You begin to discover it by listening to the teachings of a spiritual master. The ties will deepen as you cultivate sustained mental calm and profound insight into reality. In the end, you will discover that it has always been near you and will always be with you. This is the truest friendship you can ever cultivate.” H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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Sooner or later, you will have to part from even your dearest friends. But one friend will never leave you. It is the Buddha-nature, pure awareness. You begin to discover it by listening to the teachings of a spiritual master. The ties will deepen as you cultivate sustained mental calm and profound insight into reality. In the end, you will discover that it has always been near you and will always be with you. This is the truest friendship you can ever cultivate.” H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Sooner or later, you will have to part from even your dearest friends. But one friend will never leave you. It is the Buddha-nature, pure awareness. You begin to discover it by listening to the teachings of a spiritual master. The ties will deepen as you cultivate sustained mental calm and profound insight into reality. In the end, you will discover that it has always been near you and will always be with you. This is the truest friendship you can ever cultivate.” H.H. Dilgo Khyentse…

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"Cada mañana nuestro primer pensamiento debería ser el deseo de dedicar la jornada que comienza al bienestar de todos los seres" – Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoché.
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Mind creates both samsara and nirvana. Yet there is nothing much to it – it is just thoughts. Once we recognize that thoughts are empty, the mind will no longer have the power to deceive us. But as long as we take our deluded thoughts as real, they will continue to torment us mercilessly, as they have been doing throughout countless past lives. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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When you see thoughts as they are, they will dissolve like clouds in the sky

Mind creates both samsara and nirvana.

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Mind creates both samsara and nirvana. Yet there is nothing much to it – it is just thoughts. Once we recognize that thoughts are empty, the mind will no longer have the power to deceive us. But as long as we take our deluded thoughts as real, they will continue to torment us mercilessly, as they have been doing throughout countless past lives. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Mind creates both samsara and nirvana. Yet there is nothing much to it – it is just thoughts. Once we recognize that thoughts are empty, the mind will no longer have the power to deceive us. But as long as we take our deluded thoughts as real, they will continue to torment us mercilessly, as they have been doing throughout countless past lives. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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"Recognizing the kindness of the lama, we remember his face, his expression, and his speech with devotion, again and again. An immediate sense of gratitude is present, and we know that through the lama's presence and his blessings, hearing his voice and receiving his teachings, we will swiftly progress on the path of liberation." Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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"Recognizing the kindness of the lama, we remember his face, his expression, and his speech with devotion, again and again. An immediate sense of gratitude is present, and we know that through the lama's presence and his blessings, hearing his voice and receiving his teachings, we will swiftly progress on the path of liberation."    Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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“The more you attempt to reject external phenomena, the more they will spring back to you. Hence, therefore, the importance of recognizing the empty nature of your thoughts and simply allowing them to dissolve.” ~ H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche transmits the view of ultimate awakened insight!

“The more you attempt to reject external phenomena, the more they will spring back to you. Hence, therefore, the importance of recognizing the empty nature of your thoughts and simply allowing them to dissolve.” ~ H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

“The more you attempt to reject external phenomena, the more they will spring back to you.  Hence, therefore, the importance of recognizing the empty nature of your thoughts and simply allowing them to dissolve.” ~ H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

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"Once you have the View, although the delusory perceptions of samsara  may arise in your mind, you will be like the sky; when a rainbow appears  in front of it, it’s not particularly flattered, and when the clouds  appear, it’s not particularly disappointed either. There is a deep sense  of contentment. You chuckle from inside as you see the facade of  samsara and nirvana; the View will keep you constantly amused, with a  little inner smile bubbling away all the time." Dilgo Khyentse

"Once you have the View, although the delusory perceptions of samsara may arise in your mind, you will be like the sky; when a rainbow appears in front of it, it’s not particularly flattered, and when the clouds appear, it’s not particularly disappointed either. There is a deep sense of contentment. You chuckle from inside as you see the facade of samsara and nirvana; the View will keep you constantly amused, with a little inner smile bubbling away all the time." Dilgo Khyentse

Why Do Your Thoughts Bother You?    "These trains of thought and states of mind are constantly changing. Like the shapes of clouds in the wind. But we attach great importance to them. An old man watching children play knows very well that their games are of little consequence. He feels neither elated or upset at what happens in their game. While the children take it very seriously. We are exactly them."     ~~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones

His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche was born in 1910 in Denkhok Valley, eastern Tibet, to a family descended from the royal lineage of the ninth century.

"Anger, like any other thought or feeling, has no true existence – not even a definitive location in your body, speech, or mind. It is just like wind roaring in empty space." Dilgo Khyentse

"Anger, like any other thought or feeling, has no true existence – not even a definitive location in your body, speech, or mind. It is just like wind roaring in empty space.

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“Worries concerning the melodramas of day-to-day life serve no purpose. To fret in this futile manner is to be like the child who is delighted at having built a sand castle, and distraught when the sea washes it away.

"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…

"Let go" are just two very simple words but according to Buddhism, they have…

No self, no other ~ Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche http://justdharma.com/s/tlken Since there is no self, there is also no other. – Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche source: https://www.facebook.com/dilgokhyentseshechen

No self, no other ~ Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche http://justdharma.com/s/tlken Since there is no self, there is also no other. – Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche source: https://www.facebook.com/dilgokhyentseshechen

"In our delusion, we see things as being permanent and truly self-existing. But in reality phenomena are impermanent, and devoid of any true substantial existence. We want to believe that our friends, partner, wealth and influence will all endure, but by nature they are bound to change. It is therefore senseless to be so preoccupied with them."  - Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche -

enjoying laughter & a cup of tasty Tibetan tea with His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

In all my lifetimes, may I never be separated from my spiritual masters.    #Buddhism #Tibet # Tibetan

In all my lifetimes, may I never be separated from my spiritual masters.

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