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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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