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Without clairvoyance, we cannot work for other sentient beings - Khunu Lama
Suddenly you will know the different knowledge without study - Thog-'bebs
One may now accomplish the welfare and instruction of all sentient beings, spontaneously and without effort, by simply being, that is to say, by manifesting one's enlightened nature through spontaneously emanating an infinity of Nirmanakaya manifestations - Vajranatha
padma norbu wrote:DAKINI WISDOM (instructional dvd)
The Tibetan word for the Sanskrit dakini is khadro, which means "sky goer" or sky dancer." In this DVD, Chagdud Rinpoche explains how a spiritual practitioner can liberate thoughts and emotions in the basic space, or vast sky, of mind's true nature through the realization of emptiness. This process of freeing the mind's poisons as they arise is the swiftest path to liberation.
http://www.tibetantreasures.com/DVDs-Da ... m_DVD.html
$5 DVD with any purchase... probably worth it, eh?
Sounds familiar, but I don't see the word I'm looking for in the description.
asunthatneversets wrote:shes Wangdors student and he's a beast, dude straight up stopped my thoughts one time for almost 5 mins I couldn't think even if I tried to...
padma norbu wrote:asunthatneversets wrote:shes Wangdors student and he's a beast, dude straight up stopped my thoughts one time for almost 5 mins I couldn't think even if I tried to...
This isn't a loaded question or anything, I'm just curious... would you say that this ultimately had much effect on you and if so, how? What I mean is, this could be a short-lived thing which gives you faith, etc. and you look back and go, "wow, that was awesome" and never forget it, but the effect itself may have worn off... OR, perhaps forever after that, it was much easier to access thought-free awareness and like that. Know what I mean? Just wondering.
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