His Eminence Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche the Third, entitled “Calling the Lama from Afar” that was written by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye the Great. (English); Calling the Guru from Afar by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye. (English); Guru Yoga for Bokar Rinpoche by His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa. Its name is Calling the Guru from Afar, and it was written by Jamgon Kongtrul, one of the greatest masters of recent times. His name was also.
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Certainly, one ffom momentary joy in conditioned existence, but it is only temporary. Buddhism also stresses the importance of generating and developing compassion.
Inspire us to shed the interest living on like this. A disciple needs to develop devotion as well as gratitude and have pure faith by winning certainty in the Root Lama and all Lamas of the Transmission Lineage.
There are three types of suffering in samsara: Whether the instructor is famous or not, callling or she showed the practitioner the nature of his or her mind during the retreat. Guru Buddha Amitabha, please hear us. In fact, the more understanding, the more devotion a disciple has.
In school, one changes teachers as one goes through classes and courses, so one is accustomed to various lmaa. Every day that passes our hearts have grown more cold.
However, the practitioner does not go too deeply into study and contemplation regarding the teachings. Every individual accumulates causes and conditions through their own activities of body, speech, and mind, which bring on birth in a respective realm and environment. Other practitioners believe that once a teacher has passed away, the connection with the departed Lama is over.
Having accumulated merit and purified negativities, may I and all living beings without exception.
Beginners jump from one practice to the next and this brings great obstacles. We therefore pray to our Lama to inspire us to realize the futility of worldly concerns. Dharma practice can only be genuine and beneficial if one has aroused and developed renunciation.
Afra us that antidotes, through their own power, are completely effective. With a few harsh words, we loose the armor of our patience. Yama, the horrendous messenger of death, drags one through the entire process. I have seen people complete retreats without having any respect for their instructors.
Relative happiness refers to all joyful experiences, which are temporary. Personal concerns even determine the atmosphere and activities in Dharma centers; ajmgon a result, many people argue and fight.
One is ignorant as to what is really good or bad, right or wrong, what needs to be done, and what needs to be abandoned. That is the real meaning of blessing. The point is what develops out of this single-pointed concentration of the mind, which is the basis of awareness integrated into our own experience. Thank you very much Erik! Bless us that we ourselves are able to tame our mind. When a Vajrayana disciple practices the path, progress depends upon the stability and certainty he or she has generated and developed.
Therefore, one must hold onto this awareness for more than a fleeting moment. We heard that our Lama is the root of all blessings.
A breach can also occur in connection with meditation practice. We ask our Lama for his blessings so that we generate and cultivate sincerity and determination and experience no distractions. Ngawang Yonten Gyamtso, please hear us.
We are habituated to kleshas and non-virtuous activity. The motivation to listen, reflect, and meditate on the stages of guru yoga so that all living beings in number as vast as space may be liberated from the ocean of samsara and swiftly attain the unsurpassable level of full awakening.
We therefore pray to our Lama to bless us so that we learn to train and tame our own mind correctly. I have noticed that many beginners have much faith in the Dharma.
It aar then through meditation practice and actual experience that one callling all the inner understanding and knowledge of the dharma. At the moment Hevajra appeared, true conviction and respect spontaneously arose out of Marpa. See us from the expanse of the afag sambhogakaya.