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This is a great article by HH Sakya Trizin about how to realize the true nature of your mind.
I used to only be interested in reading Kagyu and Nyingma teachings, but I am quickly becoming quite an admirer of HH Sakya Trizin's teachings, which are always so clear, wise, and beautiful. I'd love to meet His Holiness in person sometime!
Nangwa wrote:Sakya Trizin is coming to my city this May and I absolutely can not wait to receive teachings from him.
Heruka wrote:sectarian attitudes are learnt in such groups.
Heruka wrote:sakya is not nature of mind
kagyupa is not nature of mind
nyigmpa is not nature of mind
gelukpa is not nature of mind
jonangpa is not nature of mind
bon is not nature of mind
the buddha didnt teach about "schools".
sectarian attitudes are learnt in such groups.
Dhondrub wrote:Satirical Advice for the Four Schools by Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche
The Sakyapas make the supreme assertion that one should not place too much emphasis on conduct because inner wisdom is the most important thing....they maintain the discipline of never leaving their seats, because to do so would transgress their vow. If they ever did need to get up and do something, they would have to drag their seats behind them, such are their rites of purification and liberation based on time and the physical body. I wonder what would happen to them if they did leave their seats!
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