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Lord Over Karma

The Unborn Bhagavad Gita is a manual in being free from the negative effects of karma. The hyperlink indicated is a chapter in the series on the Yoga of Discernment. The Unborn Lord of Yoga (portrayed as Krishna) indicates to … Continue reading

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Being Bodhiminded

7. Q: When a sound is made, there is said to be the sense of hearing. When no sound is present, does one still have this sense of hearing? A: The sense of hearing is limited to those worldlings who … Continue reading

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Let it Be

Prudence never returns once it departs, And one falls into the waiting arms of perdition. Just let it be, For Essence neither abdicates nor abides. Let your True Nature unfold of Its own accord, Then the worrisome mind will disappear … Continue reading

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(8) Reverence

Reverence should not necessarily take place before one who requires allegiance with reference to supreme mortal age, cultural or worldly position. But to whom or what do I pay reverence? Know then that he who stands face to face with … Continue reading

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Yajna 3.9 Wordly bondage occurs when actions are initiated for personal-material gain. Therefore, Arjuna, in your labors remain unattached and offer spiritual yajna as an inner-oblation utterly free from any attachment. Paramahansa Yogananda sheds great light on the meaning of … Continue reading

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Shades of the Prison House

  From the Lost Writings of Wu Hsin Do not deem Wu Hsin to be insane Simply because you cannot hear The music he dances to. Man is the one who is insane: His solution to his Need for security … Continue reading

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A Farewell Stanza from Hui-neng

(Yampolsky)  The Master passed away on the third day of the eighth month of the second year of Hsien-t’ien (= August 28,713). On the eighth day of the seventh month he called his disciples together and bade them farewell. In … Continue reading

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Proclamation of the Bodhi-Dharma

    (Wong Mou-Lam)  Learned Audience, when we use Prajñā for introspection we are illumined within and without, and in a position to know our own mind. To know our mind is to obtain liberation. To obtain liberation is to … Continue reading

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(Yampolsky) Good friends, in the Dharma there is no sudden or gradual, but among people some are keen and others dull. The deluded recommend the gradual method, the enlightened practice the sudden teaching. To understand the original mind of yourself … Continue reading

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