The Three Levels of Perception

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phantom59
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The Three Levels of Perception

Postby phantom59 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 12:21 pm

The Three Levels of Perception (dated 15 & 16 Nov 2003)
By The 3rd Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Gyatso
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 1
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_1.mp3
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 2
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_2.mp3
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 3
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_3.mp3
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 4
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_4.mp3
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 5
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_5.mp3
The Three Levels of Perception - Part 6
http://203.116.91.123/$sitepreview/saky ... ar_3_6.mp3

muni
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Re: The Three Levels of Perception

Postby muni » Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:11 am

Many thanks! On fourth he is talking about the placebo posted in Nyingma.
:namaste:


ps "Naljor, the wealth of being naturally".

A higher wealth than that, one must be completely crazy.
Remember that a thought is only the fleeting conjunction of myriad factors and circumstances. It does not exist by itself. When a thought arises, recognize its empty nature. It will immediately loose its power to elicit the next thought. And the chain of delusion will be broken. ~~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche


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