A Reflection on Kalu Rinpoche – 14 March

“However, we observe the presence of blindness, as the basis of the other emotions [emotions that cause conflict]. This blindness means that we do not understand the implications of our acts and our situation. It also means that, when a thought or an emotion happens, we do not see anything other than the simple feeling… Continue reading A Reflection on Kalu Rinpoche – 14 March

A Reflection on Kalu Rinpoche – 13 March

“Buddha describes the different facets of the Hinyana path…In the framework of Hinyana, the Buddha emphasized personal experience of a state free of all suffering. As indicated in the Third Noble Truth, what is sought is the ‘cessation’ of suffering and what produces suffering. Suffering then is transformed into a state of happiness and peace.” … Continue reading A Reflection on Kalu Rinpoche – 13 March