Dilgo Khyenstse Rinpoche

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Dilgo Khyenstse Rinpoche

Post by lindama » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:37 pm

Never could tell the difference between zen and dzogchen. spent years trying until I gave up. This is a video of Rinpoche's teaching on meditation. There are some words that are not typically used in zen, the essence is same.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT4fFjY ... d9Df4h1C4Q
PS I have posted the link w/o youtube pic lest I be accused of promoting one of the greatest teachers who ever lived. :waving:

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Re: Dilgo Khyenstse Rinpoche

Post by clyde » Fri Jan 18, 2019 5:59 pm

I moved this here because Dilgo Khyenstse Rinpoche is not a Zen Person and this is the only forum for “Zen/Chan/Seon and Other Buddhist Resources”.
“Enlightenment means to see what harm you are involved in and to renounce it.” David Brazier, The New Buddhism

“The most straightforward advice on awakening enlightened mind is this: practice not causing harm to anyone—yourself or others—and every day, do what you can to be helpful.” Pema Chodron, “What to Do When the Going Gets Rough”

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Re: Dilgo Khyenstse Rinpoche

Post by fuki » Sat Jan 19, 2019 9:06 pm

“Your view can, and should be, as high as possible — there is no danger in this since enlightenment is the total realization of the absolute view. But at the same time your behavior should be as grounded as possible in an awareness of cause and effect. If you lose this basic attitude regarding actions, if you forget all common sense and use the loftiness of the view as an excuse for putting into action whatever comes into your mind, you are engaging in mundane activities contrary to the Dharma, just like ordinary worldly people.”
meldpunt seksueel misbruik in boeddhistische gemeenschappen.
https://meldpuntbg.nl/

IZIhttp://www.zeninstitute.org/en/iziae/main.html

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