‘The body was like mist, so it was free from dualistic activity and there was recognition devoid of the self and other.
I thought: “It makes sense that all sentient beings can understand the meaning of the nature of mind like I have understood it.”’
The Buddha wisdom, which is beyond imagination, naturally appears in the mandala in the five different kinds of enlightenment, or five wisdoms. This is known as the five Buddha families. These five contain the possibility of both confusion and wisdom, samsara and enlightenment…
The Buddha Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, lived approximately 563-483 bce in the north of India (today Nepal). The Gotamas were a branch of the Sakya clan. His mother, Maya, gave birth to him in Lumbini Grove. She died seven days later and his… Read More ›
Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche passed away on the 13th of February at his hermitage Nagi Gompa on the southern slope of the Shivapuri mountain. He was born in eastern Tibet on the tenth day of the fourth Tibetan month in 1920…. Read More ›