Vajrasattva mantra.GarcherLancelot wrote:Back when I am a small kid,I acted on my intrusive thought and said something bad about the BUddha,is this a bad karma?Can I do anything about it?Because I think I read one sutta that has somehting to do with it.
gregkavarnos wrote:Vajrasattva mantra.GarcherLancelot wrote:Back when I am a small kid,I acted on my intrusive thought and said something bad about the BUddha,is this a bad karma?Can I do anything about it?Because I think I read one sutta that has somehting to do with it.
H.P. Blavatsky (parenthesis notes not hers) wrote:"No wonder that the Northern seer, Swedenborg, advises people to search for the (Secret Mantra) LOST WORD (of Masonry) among the hierophants of Tartary, China, and Thibet."
Without clairvoyance, we cannot work for other sentient beings - Khunu Lama
Suddenly you will know the different knowledge without study - Thog-'bebs
One may now accomplish the welfare and instruction of all sentient beings, spontaneously and without effort, by simply being, that is to say, by manifesting one's enlightened nature through spontaneously emanating an infinity of Nirmanakaya manifestations - Vajranatha
gregkavarnos wrote:35 Confession Buddhas practice, it's based on a Mahayana sutra so you don't need "permission" to practice it and doesn't "belong" to any specific tradition.
Lhug-Pa wrote:According to Dzogchen, Sound is the Essence of all Empty Appearances; and even if other religions don't have the complete understanding of this, almost every religion refers to Divinity as the Divine Word (the Khemetian, Hindu, Mayan, Aztec, Christian, etc.).
People perform a vast number of complex practices
hoping to gain spiritual merit as countless as the grains
of sand on the riverbed of the Ganges:
but you are essentially already perfect in every way.
Don’t try and augment perfection with meaningless practice.
If it’s the right occasion to perform them, let practices happen.
When the time has passed, let them stop.
If you are not absolutely sure that mind is the Buddha,
and if you are attached to the ideas of winning merit from spiritual practices, then your thinking is misguided and not in harmony with the Way.
To practice complex spiritual practices is to progress step by step:
but the eternal Buddha is not a Buddha of progressive stages.
Just awaken to the one Mind,
and there is absolutely nothing to be attained.
This is the real Buddha.
Well,I ctually havent really decided on which school of buddhism to practise,in fact I am still reseacrhing some other religions so is there easier alternative? thnks by the way.
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