That awareness, that light, is universal; it isn’t like my personal property. That’s why on an intuitive level we can resonate; many of you can intuitively understand what I’m saying.
Extract from a talk given at the Buddhist Publishing Group 2002 Summer School. Around 3 minutes
All sensory objects satisfy us temporarily, but then we have to find something else to be absorbed into — to read, think, go to sleep, get drunk, take dope, have sex. It goes on and on, without reflection…
What happiness is and what it isn’t.
Putting the Buddha’s discovery into practice is no quick fix.
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche explains the Buddhist understanding of mindfulness and meditation.
You cannot change the past, arrange the future to suit yourself, or make other people say and do the things you want them to say and do. All of your power is contained within this moment, related to this particular body and mind. And this is a very powerful position to be in…
Subjects include: Meditation, Mindfulness, Consciousness, and how we create ourselves.