Jan 17, 2017

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THE GURU’S FAULT OR THE DISCIPLE’S FAULT? (Tại Thầy hay tại trò?)

THE GURU’S FAULT OR THE DISCIPLE’S FAULT? (Tại Thầy hay tại trò?) THE GURU’S FAULT OR THE DISCIPLE’S FAULT? Yesterday afternoon, I got a phone call from a Buddhist named Minh Thong with the dharma name Tri Thong. He said to me he was a disciple of Venerable Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche – a Tibetan siddha. This made me surprised because he said he received the empowerment of Mani Mantra from Venerable Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche. He has practiced this mantra for 2 years but he failed to make any progress. He would like me to teach him how to practice Mani mantra since he read my book “One mantra, One life” before. Tri Thong said that he himself did not make any progress. So, how to know “making progress” and “not making any progress”? Why can the normal beings like Tri Thong affirm this state by himself while this manifestation needs confirming by his Guru? Because “Guru’s teasching is more important than the


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