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Do we cultivate and eat fear or love?

We will only survive and thrive if we recognize the central power of our meals to shape our consciousness. Food is eaten and becomes the physical vehicle of consciousness, and consciousness chooses what to incorporate into itself from itself. Do … Continue reading

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Our lives flow from our beliefs, and our beliefs are conditioned by our actions

“Our lives flow from our beliefs, and our beliefs are conditioned by our actions. As we act, so we build our character and so we become. By consciously making our meals celebrations of peace, compassion, and freedom, we can sow … Continue reading

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The best thing we can do to improve our memory

The best thing we can do to ‘improve’ our memory is to cultivate peace in meditation. It is not to do all the various ‘brain puzzles’ or games that are said to improve our memory. Once we are at peace, … Continue reading

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The essence of spiritual practice

I feel that the essence of spiritual practice is your attitude toward others. When you have a pure, sincere motivation, then you have the right attitude toward others, based on kindness, compassion, love, and respect. Practice brings the clear realization … Continue reading

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Love

“Love”, in the Dharma, means the desire that others be happy. It takes ‘me’ out of the equation and does not ask for something in return… Love & Light!

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Samaya Tara

I have had a love/hate relationship with one of the deities in our lineage:  Samaya Tara. She is considered a ‘Protector’ and in our lineage she is said to protect our practice. Tara is also the deity whose mantra you recite for … Continue reading

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Today is my 5 year anniversary of meeting my teacher

Today is my 5 year anniversary of meeting my teacher: Tashi Nyima… Tashi means ‘Auspicious’ and Nyima means ‘Sun’ – those 2 words says it all… He is the light that guides my path, and a true Teacher. He has more … Continue reading

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The awakened heart

“The more awake you are, the more you feel that you’re finally becoming your true self. Once you hit that spot, there is no turning back. Going beyond self, you discover the overwhelming power of selfless love and compassion. Beauty … Continue reading

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Lama is a Tibetan word for teacher, and translates as ‘Great Mother’

Today I want to honor my amazing mother, who has always shown more patience, love and compassion to me, and to all she has come in contact with. She is open to new ways and persons and can still get around and … Continue reading

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Feelings and thoughts are momentary

Feelings and thoughts are momentary. They literally last 1/60th of a finger snap! Feelings are of 3 kinds: pleasant unpleasant neutral Once we zoom in on any of them, we add layers that now become emotions. Zoom in some more … Continue reading

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