Friday, 14 October 2016

Buddha Karmapa's Words about Practicing.




A Lesson.

'You don't have to have too many sets of practices, no matter how brilliant and how positive they sound. They are a bit like when we eat food - we can eat only one mouthful at a time, not more than that. Therefore, we also have to mindfully apply one practice at a time. By doing this constantly at a good rate, just like maintaining a balanced diet, it becomes meaningful, it helps to reduce anxiety, stress, and helps us to live a very exciting 21st century life.'

-- A Quoted Lesson of Buddha Karmapa 17th, Trinley Thaye Dorje.


Blog Author's Comments.

Had insight that i have fairly sophisticated (complex) set of lessons & practices considering my Mandala (beings around me in this case).

Had insight that i should simplify my practice - it is not only for me & advanced Buddhist Students.

This occured when i looked at Buddha Karmapa's image.


OM MANI PEME HUNG
KARMAPA CHENNO

Namaste, as well.

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