Karmapa Khyenno

His Holiness, the Karmapa on the technology of the heart:

Found this on Facebook. Its a devotional song to the Karmapa, who many say will be the successor of the Dalai Lama. A young lama, who surely has it in him to bridge the ancient and the modern, like this song.

And for anyone wanting to know more:

After The Dalai Lama – India

 

About Michaela

I am a wanderer and a wonderer, like you are. I love our journey and to walk in the company of friends – to learn, experience, share, laugh, cry and above all I simply love this marvelous, magical, mysterious life. I have no plan (cannot believe I am saying this) and my only intention is to be truthful to myself and others.
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3 Responses to Karmapa Khyenno

  1. Pete says:

    “Often we miss the very subtle changes … we develop grand concepts of what happiness might look like … but if we pay attention there are little symbols of happiness in every breath we take.”
    Such a beautiful man with a very simple message but very broad sense of love.

  2. fatima says:

    Yes, that is always my impression of the Dalai Lama and his emissaries Pete, there is a certain sameness about them and I think that that is it. Also I was struck by his physical beauty as though he was a statue of Buddha incarnated. A no person ness.

    And his message – the need to bring something else into this critical age, an age of creative brillance over balanced on the technological/worldly side, and at a TEDS conference, leading edge in ‘communication’ of ideas for the purpose of……….advancing humanity?

    It struck me as being central:
    “heart to heart”—-“mind to mind”—–“intelligence” as he was used them….implied communication and, of course, so much more.

    He seemed to me to be describing the What? ie The world as we see it before us. and the Why? ie for the sake of the future of humanity. But left the How? ie. the implementation, up to the individuals who were hearing him speak.

  3. Michaela says:

    Yes, the Karmapa is such a symbol of bridging the ancient with the modern. You are right, he reminds of the Buddha. A true spiritual leader

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