Jul 7, 2021

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A FEW THOUGHTS ABOUT THE MIND DHARMA PRACTICE THAT IS CONSIDERED AS “ALL-IN-ONE” ( VÀI CẢM NIỆM VỀ TÂM PHÁP GỌI LÀ “TẤT CẢ TRONG MỘT”)

Dear Guru! In the lecture named “What are the four criteria to assess the spiritual ability of a Guru/Buddhist teacher?”, Guru has taught us four types of Guru, or Buddhist teacher, which are: the medium Guru (who knows how to give Buddhist lectures), and the good Guru (who is well-equipped with analytical ability), the excellent Guru (who can present himself as a great example of the teaching), the grandiose Guru (who can inspire the disciples). I accordingly combine the first two criteria (the Guru who knows how to give Buddhist lectures and has a good analytical ability) as one type, which represents the type of an “ordinary Guru”. The other two remaining criteria (the Guru who can present himself as a great example and can inspire others) represent the type of a “holy Guru”. It is important to emphasize that the ability of giving Buddhist lectures and analyzing for a Buddhist



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