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Lazy Lama Looks At Buddhist Meditation
By: Ringu Tulku Rinpoche

Lazy Lama Looks At Buddhist Meditation


 
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Author: Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
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ISBN: 9780957639812
Publication Date: 2014

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All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

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All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/the-four...

All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/the-four...

All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/the-four...

Bodhichitta literally means mind of awakening. It is the awakening of compassion and wisdom the great compassionate wish for the wellbeing of all sentient beings, combined with the understanding of how that wish may be fulfilled.

Ringu Tulku discusses the profound ideal of bodhichitta in an accessible and friendly way that brings it within everyones reach. He points out that bodhichitta is a natural extension of our innate wish to work for our own wellbeing and holds out hope for each one of us to awaken our Bodhichitta within.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/bodhichi...

All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/the-four...

All Buddhist practice is for the purpose of working to become free of the basic problem of suffering, and its all based on the possibility of an inner transformation, the transformation of our perception, our view.

If we can let go of the state of mind which is always in turmoil, always either running away from something or running after something, we can find fearlessness, liberation and peace.

The teaching on the four noble truths is the basis of understanding of all Buddhist teachings and practices; its the basis of everything.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/the-four...
In this book Ringu Tulku brings us directly and lightheartedly to the point of Buddhist meditation: it helps to develop the two positive life enhancing qualities that lie naturally within us, clarity of mind and kindness for self and others. He reminds us that through meditation we can come to understand how the interconnectedness of all things is crucial for human well being and for the future of the planet. No fuss or frills, it is as simple as that. The methods for practice he describes are relaxed and straightforward, the logic is clear, and the result is peace of mind.

Bodhichitta literally means mind of awakening. It is the awakening of compassion and wisdom the great compassionate wish for the wellbeing of all sentient beings, combined with the understanding of how that wish may be fulfilled.

Ringu Tulku discusses the profound ideal of bodhichitta in an accessible and friendly way that brings it within everyones reach. He points out that bodhichitta is a natural extension of our innate wish to work for our own wellbeing and holds out hope for each one of us to awaken our Bodhichitta within.

- See more at: http://bodhicharya.org/bookshop/products/bodhichi...

Lazy Lama Looks At Buddhist Meditation, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, Bodhicharya Publications, Paperback, 2014, 53 Pages, $6.00

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