By Karma Chagme
This handbook of Tibetan meditation easily and punctiliously provides the profound Dzogchen and Mahamudra platforms of perform.
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I often practice this vow when I receive a phone call from a telemarketer. I initially resent such a call since the callers are usually intrusive and pushy. Then I remind myself that the person has accepted this telemarketing job because she really needs it and couldn’t find a better one. She probably faces a lot of rejection all day long. I thank her in a friendly manner and might even add, “I’m sure your work isn’t easy. ” She hasn’t been able to succeed in the purpose of her call, but at least she’s heard a few kind words instead of an angry response.
Breathing out, I feel compassion for this person. Breathing in, I become aware of the positive traits of someone I’m experiencing difficulty with. Breathing out, I’m full of joy. Breathing in, I’m aware that everyone carries wholesome and unwholesome seeds in their store consciousness. Breathing out, I want to water the wholesome seeds in others and observe their unwholesome seeds with compassion. Breathing in, I’m aware of the preciousness of my spiritual practice. Breathing out, I smile. 12 The Four Immeasurable Minds THE FOUR IMMEASURABLE MINDS are also known as the Four Brahmaviharas, or the Four Aspects of Love.
5 The Sun Rises Every Morning HOW DID YOU wake up this morning? And how did you handle those moments of awakening? Did you say, “How wonderful, it’s the beginning of a new day; I wonder what the day has in store for me. Can I embrace myself and all other beings who cross my path today with understanding, friendliness, and compassion”? Or did you say, “Oh no, yet another new day. When I start thinking about the upcoming day, it feels like way too much”? In our unconscious minds, we have collected all different kinds of wholesome seeds of mental attitudes that may bring us happiness and joy.