The Ninety-fifth Gate
Acceptance of the right Dharma is a gate of Dharma illumination; for it eradicates the afflictions of all living beings.
[B]Acceptance of the right Dharma...
The Ninety-fourth Gate
The four elements of sociability are a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with them] we accept all living beings and, after we have attained [the truth of] bodhi, we...
The Ninety-third Gate
Expedient means are a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with them] we manifest ourselves according to the dignified forms that living beings admire, and we teach and...
The Ninety-second Gate
The wisdom pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [withit] we eradicate the darkness of ignorance, together with attachment to views, and we teach and guide...
The Ninety-first Gate
The dhyāna pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [withit] we accomplish all balanced states of dhyāna and mystical powers, and we teach and guide distracted...
Just sat with you all. Thank you
Thay does the defintion of 'emptiness' justice.
Where I originally trained in Buddhism (back in 2009) our sangha had a saying. We often said 'it's all in the practice' as a substitute for 'the end',
If you can't meditate formally, consider exercising the Paramtas. There is intimate opportunities throughout the day to practice accepting our own shadow
Yes a very tricky subject. As was pointed out to me in another thread recently, I sometimes feel that when I am stressed, annoyed, flustered, etc. that