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“MANTRAS – Holy Words of Power” by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche

Watch this satsang of Tsem Tulku Rinpoche about the benefits of mantras after brief introduction to moral behavior. Also includes the benefits of having Buddha statues or any other statue of God, Avatar or divine being in your house. These mystic formulas carry a tremendous blessing power and exist in all religions.

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The Four Noble Truths

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Reading Bhikkhu Bodhi’s wonderful text about the Noble Eightfold Path, I had to sit for a while with his discussion of the Four Noble Truths. Now, I have been able to rattle these off from memory for quite some time: (1) There is suffering; (2) There is an origin to suffering; (3) There is an end to suffering; (4) There is a path to follow to the end of suffering. That’s my own version. You’ll see that these four are represented a little differently in every text you read, but at the heart of each one is the same basic idea: exists, begins, ends, path.

As I wrote yesterday, Bhikkhu Bodhi tells us that there are two levels of understanding the Four Noble Truths. The second, more advanced level is something that need not concern us at the beginning of our practice — it will come to us with time. The…

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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama via

My dear Friends,

this is my first blog and i am looking forward to share with you what i have found and learned till now and still do.

My name is Drodön.  I always believed that what we perceive with bodily senses is not all there is. I believed there is something more than that. Something bigger than us and stronger then this senses we have. Till the time i met my teacher, His Holiness the Dalai Lama was the only light of my believes my only refuge tree.

Although i was born and raised as a Christian, i never believed in God but i will explain about that some other time.

Years ago i decided to take refuge in the Buddha, Dharma and Holy Sangha. I did it because  i met my teacher, The Lama Shenpen Rinpoche and after some teachings i heard from him i realized that my quest is over, i’ve found what i was looking for, but my path just started, the path of purification, practice and peace.

Upon many people i met, so called spiritual leaders, gurus and other great names who expected from me to follow them but i just could not. In their everyday actions i noticed a lack or sometimes even absence of good and correct manners. In these days particularly is very difficult to see the right one because everybody wanna be somebody, leader spiritual or any kind as long that label sounds important . The right person, trustworthy person you can not discover with your eyes or ears only. You need to listen yourself, not your mind, your sixth sense, but yourself.

Now my refuge tree is bigger, extended and lighter _/\_ Om Mani Peme Hum

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