Author Archives: Tashi Nyima

About Tashi Nyima

I am a Dharma student, and aspire to be a companion on the path. I trust that these texts can offer a general approach and basic tools for practicing the Buddha's way to enlightenment. ||| Soy un estudiante del Dharma, y aspiro a ser un compañero en el sendero. Espero que estos textos ofrezcan a algunos un mapa general y herramientas básicas para la práctica del sendero a la iluminación que nos ofrece el Buda.

Coherence

I do not say that the attainment of wisdom is all at once. Rather, the attainment of wisdom is after gradual training, gradual action, gradual practice. And how is there the attainment of wisdom after gradual training, gradual action, gradual … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry

If the problem can be solved, what is the need of worrying? If the problem cannot be solved, what is the use of worrying? —Shantideva

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Not a Secret

In dependence on the sense organ and sense object, object-consciousness arises. The meeting of the three is contact. With contact as condition, feeling comes to be; with feeling as condition, craving; with craving as condition, clinging. […] Such is the … Continue reading

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What We Already Are

Most of us are afraid of our own true nature; we put the limits on ourselves. Original enlightenment is real. Everybody has Buddha Nature. Everybody has full, complete Buddha Nature —not as a seed, not as a potential, not as … Continue reading

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Connected

Beneath all the delusions, wrong views, and afflicted emotions, there is natural perfection. The Fourth Noble Truth is about how we unveil that perfect nature, which leads to “entering the path of empty and peaceful selflessness.” Selflessness means to give … Continue reading

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The Three Wheels of Dharma

Through practicing the sense of the Three Wheels of Dharma, one accords with the purification of the coarse, subtle, and extremely subtle defilements of the Buddha Nature, which is like a wish-fulfilling jewel. The First Wheel (teachings on cause and … Continue reading

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Autobiography

In the past, the lives of monks were hagiographies; today, they’re mostly slander. I have no desire for the former and the latter can be harmful to the Sangha. I was fortunate to meet my Lama and have tried to share … Continue reading

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