Sep 24, 2015

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Lesson 3: Abandoning the subjective opinions (Từ bỏ sở kiến chủ quan)

Lesson 3: Abandoning the subjective opinions (Từ bỏ sở kiến chủ quan) Right Buddhist teachings, wrong method of Dharma practice Lesson 3: Abandoning the subjective opinions Paying homage to my Guru, After having the affinity to read your commentaries on “right Buddhist teachings, wrong method of Dharma practice” I rejoice in your discourse so that I have more right knowledge in practical applications according to the realities that remain in orbit of right Dharma. I would like to bow respectfully to you. Lotus Flower Estrade in Song Nguyen Tantra House From this affinity, I would like to rely on the wisdom of compassionate Guru, Yidam, Dakini to write something about “Understanding” and “Practicing” in Buddhism.  If there is something wrong due to my superficial thinking, I hope the Guru with the compassion to enlighten me.  I am penitent about my mistakes. Talking about the “wrong approach”, there are traditionally many tragicomic stories of the confusion in the medical field, so there is


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