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Convocation of the Noble Ones

As Pamela and Evan approached the grand entrance of the magnificent golden Archway, they couldn’t help but feel a sense of awe and wonder. The archway was adorned with intricate carvings of dragons, their scales shimmering in the sunlight. As they stepped through the archway, they were greeted by a group of regal-looking Black Dragons, each one towering over them. read more

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The Buddha as Absolute Refuge

When we consider the “three refuges” one can do so in a conventional sense, an empirical sense, and an absolute sense. This blog will reveal the ultimate realization of the three refuges. The Absolute Buddha is the Dharmakaya, or the Source-Principle that Illuminates the Buddhadharma. Absolute Dharma is the Doctrine of Illumination itself. The Absolute Sangha are those Self-realized Ones (Noble Ariyans) who partake in the mystical-union of the One That Illuminates and the Doctrine that is the ongoing cultivation of Illumination Itself. The Ratna next presents these refuges, firstly in a conventional and empirical manner, then ultimately as the Absolute Refuge. read more

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