Thursday 04 April, 2019

Soul Purpose. The way to better worlds.

Sooner or later, people ask themselves questions: "Who am I? Why was I born, live and die? What happens after I die? "

It is important to emphasize that when the questions people ask themselves, and not others, and at the same central question: "Who am I?" - Means no interest to their passport data or ancestry, but to its original inner essence, this means that such a person is ripe for the birth of his second opportunity - not only in body but in spirit.

This means that his soul was born (Divya body) and she wants to know who she is. Generous man is the one who nurtured his Divya ability to transfer the body and holding it in his conscious attention to the lives of both in the material world and the spiritual world.

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Friday 29 March, 2019

To avoid suffering, go straight to the pain.

Shinzen Young, one of the oldest American mindfulness teachers. Awareness makes possible exceptional satisfaction from comparatively small joys, whereas an addicted person must constantly increase the number or intensity of incentives in order to receive the same satisfaction as before.

At some point in your life, something will happen to you that really "hooks" on you: you will get sick, or get injured, or someone will betray you. Sooner or later, but something serious will happen.

If you are prepared, training and developing three basic skills of concentration, clarity and balance, you can use discomfort the same way monks, hermits and shamans have been doing this for thousands of years.

You do not need to run to the monastery to get rid of discomfort, because you learned how to run to discomfort, and thus - the monastery comes to you yourself.

Life itself will provide you with enough intensive practice, on the basis of which you can grow and develop if you are ready to perceive it.

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Tuesday 26 March, 2019


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Saturday 23 March, 2019


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Friday 15 March, 2019


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Tuesday 12 March, 2019

The first graduate of the Academy of Leela.


Once the game requires each practical application of the knowledge and someone for that, you need to play, separated from the conductor. Others Remote Winter Games gave us a good novost.V Academy Leela has its first graduate - player Pearls!

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Monday 11 March, 2019


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Friday 08 March, 2019


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Tuesday 05 March, 2019


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Friday 01 March, 2019

Ayu Khandro (Implementation of the Rainbow Body).

In this series we will look at the great masters who made the transition through the phenomenon of dissolution of the body in glowing terms.

Today we will focus on the great yogi, the practice of Tibetan Buddhism, the great master Ayu Khandro Dorje woman Peldron (Ayu Khandro Dorje Peldron) (1839 - 1953).

In 1953, at the age of 115 years, Ayu Khandro left this world. A few weeks before his death, she had spent in communion with those who wanted to talk to her. She also handed out many of their valuables - such as his son Adzom Drukpa Adzomu gyeltsen Gyurme Dorje (1895-1959) she presented a precious statue of Padmasambhava, and Namkhai Norbu she left a gift in a little statue of Jamyang Khyentse.

After his death, she remained in meditation for two weeks, on completion of which, her body was very much reduced, that is considered a sign of successful completion of the Dzogchen practice.


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