May 12, 2017

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WORLDLY PLEASURES FROM PERSPECTIVE OF TANTRA (Đôi điều thọ lạc từ góc nhìn người tu Mật tông)

WORLDLY PLEASURES FROM PERSPECTIVE OF TANTRA (Đôi điều thọ lạc từ góc nhìn người tu Mật tông) WORLDLY PLEASURES FROM PERSPECTIVE OF TANTRA In Mahayana’s viewpoint (Paramitayana and Tantrayana), practitioners center their mind around three factors of enlightenment including RENUNCIATION, BODHICITTA and WISDOM. They are as steady and inseparable as a tripod. But in terms of renunciation alone, practitioners, depending on degrees of spiritual development, should know which need to be let go, particularly with regards to five desires (panca- visaya) or in other words, five cords of sensory pleasures (form, sound, fragrance, taste, touch…) OUTWARD BUT NOT INWARD RENUNCIATION?  It seems that those with faith in Dharma but unknolwedgable of the root of suffering often perceive the meaning of renunciation in ways that deny or evade sensory pleasures like “food”, “clothes”, “noisy living environment”. They are inclined to believe that living in seclusion will give them “joy and peace”. We state that:” I definitely shake off the household life!” However, supposed we cannot bear the awful smell of


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