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The Praxis of Detachment

Eckhart writes in a treatise On Detachment and on Possessing God: I was asked, ‘Some people shun all company and always want to be alone; their peace depends on it, and on being in church. Was that the best thing? … Continue reading

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All that Glitters is not Gold

4: Meghiya 4:1 (31) Meghiya (Meghiya Sutta) Thus it was made known. On one occasion the Blessed One was staying near Cālikā, on Cālikā mountain. It was during this time that Venerable Meghiya was his sole attendant. Venerable Medhiya approached … Continue reading

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26. Maturation Vairochana’s Vantagepoint Spiritual Maturity consists in the great buildup of divine virtues that arise in Wisdom’s Ascension from the Mountain of Primordial Perfection: Vairochana’s Vantagepoint from Amoghasiddhi’s Primordial Mount. The Noble One studiously assimilates the tutelage of ancient … Continue reading

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