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It's translated?! Yay! Phabongkha Rinpoche recommends it and the Swift Path (Easy Path's commentary)jiashengrox wrote:Panchen Lama's Easy Path, and the commentary by Gyurmed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa.
Lukeinaz wrote:okay thank you I will check out some of those books and start the practices immediately. I may take some online modules as well to get a feel for that. How important is pronunciation in the vajrasattva? How does one meet a teacher? Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks again for all the help.
Konchog1 wrote:It's translated?! Yay! Phabongkha Rinpoche recommends it and the Swift Path (Easy Path's commentary)jiashengrox wrote:Panchen Lama's Easy Path, and the commentary by Gyurmed Khensur Rinpoche Losang Jampa.
ngodrup wrote:Well, you're fortunate to live near Milarepa center.
But frankly, it looks to me like you have more access to Kagyu centers in your area.
Lukeinaz wrote:Thank you all so much for the responses. All of this is a bit overwhelming and part of me wishes I could back to my simple little sitting practice.
Lukeinaz wrote:Ok so a couple more questions then I will stop lurking about. So I work 24 hr shifts at my job and some days only have the morning to practice. So my question is about combining vajrasattva with prostrations since I wont have time to do both unless I eliminate an hour of sitting which I would greatly miss. Instead of combining I could work more in depth on just one practice for now? I am awaiting Liberation In The Palm of Your Hand in the mail and hoping that will help to set my practice straight. Also I have noticed more discursive thoughts arising since starting vajrasattva. Does Practice ever regress when starting down this path? Sorry for so many random questions. Feeling very rattled lately. Like I could jump out if my skin. Thank you Thank you Thank you!
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