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BEING SPIRITUALLY CONFUSED FOR YEARS!

Being Spiritually Confused For Years! It is very important to understand that there are different approaches. Different approaches can create conflicts, giving rise to spiritual confusion that can actually turn people off, sending them back to sleep. This needn’t happen … Continue reading

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STUDENTS AND TEACHERS – A CAN OF WORMS!

Students and Teachers – A Little Can Of Worms! It needn’t be. This is mainly about Tibetan Buddhism, but it appertains to all spiritual groups and traditions. All spiritual ideals have been acquired from another culture, apart from indigenous people … Continue reading

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NO MEDITATOR, NO MEDITATION

No Meditator, No Meditation When there is meditation, there is a meditator. So how can there be no meditator, and no meditation? This is not a mental conundrum; it is logical experience, gained by looking, seeing and dropping. When pure … Continue reading

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DZOGCHEN AND MAHAMUDRA

Dzogchen and Mahamudra. ┬áThese are two approaches to realisation: one starts at the front of the book, and the other, at the end. Dzogchen is direct, starting at the end of book, whereas Mahamudra is gradual, from the front. Which … Continue reading

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