Aug 16, 2019

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Thanh Tri – the 2nd Mind Dharma: SAMYAGDRSTI – PRABHA SAMADHI – Part 8: THINGS TO NOTICE AS YOU PRACTICE SAMYAGDRSTI – PRABHA SAMADH (Đệ nhị Tâm pháp Thanh Trí: CHÁNH KIẾN QUANG MINH TAM MUỘI Bài 8: NHỮNG LƯU Ý CẦN BIẾT KHI ĐẾN VỚI CHÁNH KIẾN QUANG MINH TAM MUỘI)

Padmasambhava In Part 7, I have emphasized the essentiality of the practice of Eight Dharmas of Taking Refuge in transforming the practice of Right view into one-pointedness (samadhi). Just like the frame of a self-made roof, Eight Dharmas of Taking Refuge provides eight pillars that create a shelter for the practitioner to rely on the power of Guru, Yidam and Dakini. Notably, the important role of Guru is stressed in the 8th Dharma of Taking Refuge: “The Guru represents the Three Jewels. Guru devotion is the foundation of enlightenment.” Milarepa bows down before Master Marpa In Vajrayana tradition, the first among 14 root Tantric vows is of the most importance: “Show respect and do not criticize the Guru.” A Tibetan tantric master once said:” If your Guru wants to kill all the people in the world, you should not be upset or have a negative thought of him”. These words do



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