A question about Buddha Goddess Tara

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Re: A question about Buddha Goddess Tara

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and then there is always
Crazywisdom wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 10:56 pm
tobes wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 12:11 am
Crazywisdom wrote: Thu May 06, 2021 8:35 am

That's what Vajrayana Sadhanas of activities are for, dude. It's a samaya. You are aware of Sadhanas that end with a ganapuja then you do some, pacification, enrichment..., Etc.? That's for a practitioner to do not a Buddha. Although, if done right one isn't into a dualistic mindset of Buddha there and me here.
Yes, I am aware of this, and I personally practice in such a way. But frankly I'm less quick to claim to myself that I am doing so with realisations of shunyata or at least conventional bodhicitta.

In any case I was simply reporting on what HHDL has explicitly taught. It is profound and worth contemplating.
The method is wisdom. It's more profound for me. We practice what we are taught by our lamas.
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Re: A question about Buddha Goddess Tara

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not ready to scratch that itch

malcolm you are one of a kind put here for a purpose i'm sure.
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