Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

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Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby muni » Sat May 26, 2012 10:40 am

Incomparably kind, Glorious Teacher. Lord of Dharma!

To your lotus feet I bow my bliss chakra

And present excellent offerings

Before reciting these words to bring benefit to the mind.


There is no individual liberation without abandoning harm to others

There is no awakening of bodhicitta without compassion for others

One is not a practitioner of secret mantra without pure vision

There is no realization without destroying delusions.


To fall in one direction is not the View

To concentrate on an object is not meditation

To act in a hypocritical way is not action

The fruit does not ripen if one has attachments and hopes.


Refuge belongs to those who hold faith

The enlightened mind arises in those who have compassion

Realization, to those with wisdom

Blessings, to the devoted.


Those who know shame know what is to be abandoned

Those with renunciation will maintain a moral discipline

Those who maintain moral discipline keep samaya and proper conduct

Those who keep samaya and proper conduct achieve realization.


A peaceful and tamed mind is the sign of having listened to the teachings

A decrease in emotion is the sign of genuine meditation

A flexible mind, open-hearted toward all beings, is the sign of a real practitioner

A serene mind is the sign of genuine realization.


Mind is the source of the Dharma

If you tame your mind, you are a practitioner

If you are a real practitioner, your mind is tamed

When your mind is tamed, this is liberation.

***

At this very moment,
for the peoples and nations of the earth,

May not even the names of disease, famine, war,
and suffering be heard.

But rather, may pure conduct, merit, wealth,
and prosperity increase,

And may supreme good fortune and
sublime well-being always arise.


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Re: Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby muni » Sat May 26, 2012 10:49 am

Homage to my teacher!



The Great Master of Oddiyana once said:


"Don’t investigate the root of things,

Investigate the root of Mind!


Once the mind’s root has been found,

You’ll know one thing, yet all is thereby freed.


But if the root of Mind you fail to find,

You might know many things but will understand nothing."

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Re: Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby kalden yungdrung » Sat May 26, 2012 12:09 pm

muni wrote:Incomparably kind, Glorious Teacher. Lord of Dharma!

To your lotus feet I bow my bliss chakra

And present excellent offerings

Before reciting these words to bring benefit to the mind.


There is no individual liberation without abandoning harm to others

There is no awakening of bodhicitta without compassion for others

One is not a practitioner of secret mantra without pure vision

There is no realization without destroying delusions.


To fall in one direction is not the View

To concentrate on an object is not meditation

To act in a hypocritical way is not action

The fruit does not ripen if one has attachments and hopes.


Refuge belongs to those who hold faith

The enlightened mind arises in those who have compassion

Realization, to those with wisdom

Blessings, to the devoted.


Those who know shame know what is to be abandoned

Those with renunciation will maintain a moral discipline

Those who maintain moral discipline keep samaya and proper conduct

Those who keep samaya and proper conduct achieve realization.


A peaceful and tamed mind is the sign of having listened to the teachings

A decrease in emotion is the sign of genuine meditation

A flexible mind, open-hearted toward all beings, is the sign of a real practitioner

A serene mind is the sign of genuine realization.


Mind is the source of the Dharma

If you tame your mind, you are a practitioner

If you are a real practitioner, your mind is tamed

When your mind is tamed, this is liberation.

***

At this very moment,
for the peoples and nations of the earth,

May not even the names of disease, famine, war,
and suffering be heard.

But rather, may pure conduct, merit, wealth,
and prosperity increase,

And may supreme good fortune and
sublime well-being always arise.


http://dudjom.blogspot.com/2007/04/bene ... rs-by.html




Tashi delek,

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This is also Vimala Nyingtik Lineage?

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THOUGH A MAN BE LEARNED
IF HE DOES NOT APPLY HIS KNOWLEDGE
HE RESEMBLES THE BLIND MAN
WHO WITH A LAMP IN THE HAND CANNOT SEE THE ROAD
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Re: Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby muni » Sat May 26, 2012 2:13 pm

Tashi Delek!

Kalden,

Beneficial Words For The Mind
Prayers by Dudjom Rinpoche

Here I add the complete webside with teaching collection.

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Re: Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby simhamuka » Wed Jun 06, 2012 2:21 am

Excellent, thank you. (I <3 Dudjom Rinpoche.)
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Re: Dharma by Dudjom Rinpoche.

Postby muni » Thu Jun 14, 2012 11:45 am

A Prayer To Recognize My Own Faults and Keep in Mind the Objects of Refuge
by Dudjom Rinpoche





I pay homage to the guru.





Shakyamuni, Victorious One.
Supreme guide of the realm for this fortunate aeon,

Sons of the Victorious one,

Assembly of noble Bodhisattvas who tame sentient beings,

Lord guru, matchless savior of beings in the dark age,

The three Roots and oath-bound Dharma guardians—

Again and again, I ask from my heart,

Recalling you with longing and one-pointed mind—

Please turn your attention toward me.


Take hold of me with your lovingkindness

And with the power of your unhindered compassion

Grant your blessings that my thoughts and aims

be carried out in accord with Dharma.



Through past acts, not without merit,

I have obtained this precious human birth.

Through past merit, not slight,

I have met the sublime Dharma.


Accepted by the guru, I was able to obtain empowerments,

Blessings, and the essential instructions—

All this wealth I now hold in my hands.



But my mind, like a babbling monkey, falls under the sway

Of the enticing, deceptive demon of distraction

And I can not take advantage of the wealth that is my own.

Thus, this free, well-favored human birth

And the lama’s teaching are both wasted.



Now I am at a turning point:

All the teachings that I’ve asked for,

All I’ve received, are like a myth.

My body has the appearance of a practitioner,

And I have a practitioner’s conceit;

My mind can not fathom the true teachings.



Lacking even a trace of common Dharma, much less holy Dharma,

The sixteen rules for ordinary social behavior

Are just something that I’ve heard of.


Seeing myself behave badly, I’m without shame;

Seen by others, I’m unembarassed;

My bond to the teachings is short as a marmot’s tail.



Unable to practice properly true Dharma’s ten virtuous deeds,

Harboring sectarian bias toward the one Buddha’s teachings,

I slander the teachings and great beings

A gather up bad karma.

Based on Dharma

I carry a great weight of evil deeds.



The more teaching I’ve received,

The more my vision of myself inflates,

Though intellectual analyses can not penetrate

The deep meaning of the teachings.



With conceit, I think, “I keep the Pratimoksha disciplines!”

But the four dharma practices have been lost without a trace.



With conceit, I think, “I posses the precious Bodhisattva training!”

But the Four Boundless Ones are just like pictures of a lamp.



With conceit, I think, “I keep the Secret Mantrayana samayas!”

But, not respecting the first root transgression,

I become careless about all the rest.



I can glibly explain the Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind to Dharma,

But my attachment to phenomena

Shows that my own mind has not truly changed.



Though I rely on a teacher, respect and devotion slowly ebb away;

Instead of having pure perception, I have wrong views,

And see the guru as my equal.



Love and respect toward my vajra friends weakens;

Unable to endure a few harsh words, I complain constantly.



Lacking thorough training in bodhicitta,

The love and compassion that comes about

From seeing all beings of the six realms as my parents

Disappears like mist.



Although I act as if I practice the paths of kyerim and dzogrim,

I can not even cope with ordinary endless delusion.



I recognize that the ultimate teaching of sutra and tantra

Is emptiness, but can’t make use of that recognition;

My mindstream stays hard as horn......

continue here: http://dudjom.blogspot.be/2007/04/in-ki ... ay_15.html

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