Monthly Archives: April 2015

Back from Retreat

Dear Friends Please check the Sangha schedule. Thank you! SUNDAY MEDITATION & DHARMA TALK Sundays – 10:00 am – 12:00 noon 10125 San Juan Avenue, Dallas TX 75228 GRUPO DE MEDITACIÓN Y DISCUSIÓN (Spanish/Castellano) Domingos, 3 – 5 pm 10125 San Juan Avenue, Dallas … Continue reading

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Tying Knots in the Air

If we are not trapped in the mire of mental constructs, the manifestation of awareness is directly seen, free from constructs. Without tying knots in the air with the rope of speculation, may we be skilled in spontaneously resting in … Continue reading

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All

Buddhism offers definite and positive instructions with regard to the manner in which humans should develop loving kindness towards all sentient beings that exist in the universe, whether in close proximity or at a distance, seen or unseen, large or … Continue reading

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Perfect

You taught that whatever arises dependently is free of ceasing, free of arising; free of extinction, free of permanence; free of coming, free of going; free of being one, free of being many. You taught perfect peace, the easing of … Continue reading

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Join the Pilgrimage

Although it is certainly not an exclusively Buddhist concept, following the Noble Path is the dominant metaphor for spiritual cultivation in the Buddha Dharma. It is not surprising, then, that pilgrimage has been an important practice among Buddhists for over … Continue reading

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Master of Healing

In every land in this world, by your mercy and the grace of our Lineage Masters, we recite your concise invocation with clarity, purity, and certainty: “It is thus! To the Essence of Healing, the Act of Healing, and the … Continue reading

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Useless Projects

The mind is spinning around about carrying out a lot of useless projects. It’s a waste. Give it up! Thinking about the hundred plans you want to accomplish, with never enough time to finish them, just weighs down your mind. … Continue reading

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