A pretty easy going rebel ! .. It seems that the basic Four Noble Truths i was taught, leads.. by-and-by.. to what you are teaching.
Thank you, Taigu.
This is a wonderful teaching. Thank you Taigu.
I don´t know if it is a thing in my browser but the youtube video in this page seems to be another one... so, I went directly to Youtube and watched this one
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Thank you very much Master, beautiful, simple yet so deep...."living sutra", "leave no trace"... thank you very much again
Hope Mineko gets better
Thank you, Taigu. I will remember your sound of water birds winging away whenever I need to remember to leave after meeting. It is as you say "tricky" to be a caring caregiver and still leave no trace. Metta to you and Mineko. Thanks for the wise and caring words. Gassho, Grace.
Thank you Taigu, liking your teacher's practice; Do it and move on (flutter, flutter, flutter)
Much metta to you and Mineko.
G.K.Chesterton wrote;And thanks to Leonardo for the re-direct; although I thoroughly enjoyed both teishosThe reason angels can fly is that they take themselves so lightly.
Merci et Gassho.
Merci Taigu pour tous tes enseignement et de partager le fruit de ta pratique
In english Thanks Taigu for your teachings and sharing the fruit of your practice
I've had the same problem that you Lipor, It made me remember that I was not looking the good one
Thank you for this teaching.
Any way, both videos are great Thank YouOriginally Posted by yang hsin
Thank you, Taigu.
And thanks Lipor for the link
Thank you Taigu. I believe I needed to hear that.
Thank you Taigu,
that left me mouth open, stunning, laughing about my own superflous intention,
much for me to take to heart and practice; and yet, as you say, watching this
wonderful teaching and leaving it behind, going on, naturally practice will
unfold. Thank you so much
Thank you Taigu.
PS - Posted to podcast.
We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.
Thank you for this wonderful teaching.
Thank you Taigu ... very beautiful.
Thank you Taigu. I will take this teaching with me at work. Perhaps I will have to hear it a few times more in the future...