KonchokZoepa wrote:hii, im very new here but ive come across with you a few times talking here and i always feel a good energy coming from you. thanks
Simon E. wrote:Tashi Dalek Jinpa.
Simon E. wrote::smile: Tashi Delek Jinpa....my apologies. I thought I had cured myself of posting without proofreading..clearly not.
Karma Jinpa wrote:Greetings everyone,
Just realized I've been posting in the TB forum for nearly a year now and never introduced myself here, so here goes...
I've been meditating since 2006, and met my first guru in 2007. Vajrayana was the first tradition I was exposed to, and I've stuck with it, but also have experience (and a teacher) in the Dharma Drum Mountain lineage of Chan (Zen).
I'm Rimé (non-sectarian, unbiased) in view and attitude; all authentic Dharma is good Dharma, and myriad sentient beings have various affinities and capacities. That said, I do identify as Ka-Nying, and have gurus in the following lineages: Palyul, Drikung, and Kamtsang. I'm also involved in the Namchö & Yangzab terma cycles of Dzogchen.
I'm currently contemplating the Four Thoughts intensively and have recently started the Karma Kagyu ngondro. My interests include poetics, symbolism, Prajnaparamita and Chöd Lüjin. My favorite author thus far is Shantideva, and I adore his Bodhisattvacaryavatara. Bokar Rinpoche is a close second.
It is my sincerest aspiration that my infant daughter grow up with the tools to attain Buddhahood in her lifetime. She is perhaps my greatest teacher, and hopefully will benefit from my practice, if no one else...
Simon E. wrote:Is The Doctor widely known in the U.S. ?
Anyway if you are a fan you are in for a treat with the new Doctor..Peter Capaldi is a rare talent.
PorkChop wrote:Yes, Doctor Who is filled with timey-whimey stuff.... definitely interested.
In fact, I almost consider the Doctor a Bodhisattva, even if imaginary, he motivates me to do better.
Welcome Karma Jinpa.
Let me know if u have a blue police box, I'd really like a ride.
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