Tag Archives: Tibetan Buddhism

When you see a lofty mountain

When you see a lofty mountain Be reminded of the inner view: The view is the teacher’s mind, Inseperable from the nature of your own. When you see a lovely forest, Be reminded of experiences and realization: Have no hopes … Continue reading

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A teacher who is not interested in himself

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche from Bhutan is one of my favorite teachers. He also goes by the name of Khyentse Norbu and he is an inspired film-maker. Have you seen ” Travellers and magician” or ” The cup” ? Unfortunately one … Continue reading

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Last weekend I was invited to go to a Kalachakra initiation. The invitation came as complete surprise as I had not intended to go. I am not a Buddhist in the sense that I follow any practices or identify myself … Continue reading

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