Tag Archives: non-dual wisdom

The Three Forms of the Buddha

The dharmakaya (Form of Truth) is your own Buddha Nature. The sambhogakaya (Form of Bliss) is your own Non-dual Wisdom. The nirmanakaya (Form of Manifestation) is your own Non-referential Compassion.

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Three Obstacles

There are three obstacles that stand in the way of enlightenment. They can be removed by dedicating our merit to the welfare of others.  The first obstacle is grasping at the false self. This is removed by means of non-dual … Continue reading

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LOSAR Refuge Ceremony

Yesterday, at the Dallas Meditation Center’s LOSAR celebration, more than 50 Dharma students accepted Refuge for the first time, or renewed their vows! I wish to express my gratitude to the founder and director, Brother ChiSing, and the wonderful DMC … Continue reading

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Meditation on the luminous Empty Forms

Vajra (Tib. dorje; thunderbolt, lightning) Meditation is a stilled and peaceful state of mind, without any obstacles to concentration, settled single-pointedly on one object. Vajra Meditation has the associated mental factor of physical and mental pliability (Tib. shin jang), which … Continue reading

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