3 questions

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Postby Dharmabrother » Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:09 am

Hi everyone

I'd like to know a way of achieving peace and enlightenment without a empowerment. is there a mantra, or sadhana, where it doesnt take a image or an altar, just a stick of incense, and can be done anywhere?

And for like dzambalah, he requires empowerment.. id like to know a sadhana without empowerment for business success. or like kubera.. or mantra. it would also entail overcoming obstacles in my path as well which will lead to enlightenment.


My last question includes like a Kundalini/vajayogini sadhana, or mantra that will open up the third eye, and see beyond, and open up communications to recieve the see the spirits and even if it opens and access a teacher where there is none around me.. well more less to open third eye completely at all times..

is there any help?

thank you very much :buddha1:
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Re: 3 questions

Postby Seishin » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:45 am

Your questions seem to be about Tibetan Buddhism rather than Mahayana Buddhism in general, is that correct? Different schools will have a different answer, for example, Zen Buddhism will say that enlightenment is possible with meditation, no mantras or empowerments required.

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Re: 3 questions

Postby Dharmabrother » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:49 am

yes it was more to tibetan..

i should moreless ask for a teacher.. maybe thats what im truly asking.. ill be post on this later today.

my apologies
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Re: 3 questions

Postby Seishin » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:51 am

No worries :smile:
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Re: 3 questions

Postby Ayu » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:56 am

:smile:

Imho, from "tibetean point of view", the attempt to reach high levels without empowerment is like the attempt to enter a foreign landscape without a map or a guide. It's possible - but why should anybody make his path more difficult? Why not take the help that is offered?

Maybe the meditations invented by Tsultrim Allione could be something for you? She discribes it in her book "Feeding Your Demons". http://www.tricycle.com/-practice/feeding-your-demons
Because, if our mothers, who have been kind to us
From beginningless time, are suffering,
What can we do with (just) our own happiness?
From 10th of 37 Bodhisattva Practices
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