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ONE TASTE: IS THERE RIGHT AND WRONG?

One Taste: Is There Right And Wrong? How to argue, and not argue The Buddha said; “Just as the great ocean has one taste – the taste of salt – so also this teaching and discipline has one taste – … Continue reading

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THE CUSP OF KNOWING AND NOT KNOWING

The Cusp* Of Knowing And Not Knowing is knowingness itself We may either take it for granted that we know, or think that we don’t know: both negate ever-present, exact knowingness itself. Knowingness isn’t a frozen state. Rather, it’s a … Continue reading

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THE UNIQUENESS OF TIBETAN BUDDHISM IN REVEALING OUR TRUE NATURE

The Uniqueness of ¬†Tibetan¬†Buddhism in Revealing Our True Nature Tibetan Buddhism is awareness of the clarity of our true nature, and does not rely on a belief system. In the modern world, we’ve been so indoctrinated with belief systems that … Continue reading

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HOW DO WE FOCUS ON OUR TRUE NATURE?

How Do We Focus On Our True Nature? We can’t, because that would be a duality. We can only Love. When we focus on others and not on ourselves, then our true nature is naturally revealed. This is emptiness (empty … Continue reading

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