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THE CONCLUSION IS GARAB DORJE’S THREE WORDS

The Conclusion Is Garab Dorje’s Three Words “Recognise. Resolve. Have Confidence.” Recognise: the direct introduction to consciousness itself. Resolve: decide that there is nothing else. Have confidence: in liberating whatever arises within consciousness.

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GAINING CONFIDENCE

Gaining Confidence Practical confidence, not theoretical. Traditionally, it goes like this: Garab Dorje’s “The Three Words Striking The Vital Point” condenses all the teachings of the Buddha into this quintessential meaning; Recognise your essence. Decide on this point. Gain confidence in … Continue reading

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CAN WE CREATS OUR OWN SPIRITUAL PATH?

Can We Create Our Own Spiritual Path? Or do we have to follow a tradition? Much depends on the individual’s understanding. We have actually created our own path of confusion: that is why our confusion IS our path. Once we … Continue reading

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GAINING CERTAINTY IN SPIRITUALITY

Gaining Certainty In Spirituality What is spirituality? It is pure-awareness. Pure-awareness is timeless spontaneous presence. There is nothing else; that is non duality. When pure awareness turns its attention outward, it is relating to things and ideas; this ‘relating’ is … Continue reading

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE ‘SPIRITUAL’ TO BE SPIRITUAL

You don’t have to be ‘spiritual’ to be spiritual.  Buddhas are empty cognisance suffused with awareness (the knowing quality). Ordinary beings are empty cognisance suffused with ignorance (not knowing).  Being spiritually aware is recognising that which is beyond thought. It … Continue reading

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