By Cyrus Stearns
The Buddha from Dölpo is a revised and enlarged variation of the single e-book in regards to the such a lot arguable Buddhist grasp within the background of Tibet, Dölpopa Sherab Gyaltsen (1292–1361), who grew to become might be the best Tibetan specialist of the Kalacakra or Wheel of Time, an enormous procedure of tantric teachings. dependent principally on esoteric Buddhist wisdom from the mythical land of Shambhala, Dölpopa's insights have profoundly motivated the advance of Tibetan Buddhism for greater than 650 years.
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Answer: There are two kinds of food—food for mental hunger and food for physical hunger. Thus a combination of these two —material progress and spiritual development—is the most practical thing. I think that many Americans, particularly young Amer icans, realize that material progress alone is not the full answer for human life. ight now all of the Eastern nations are trying to copy Western technology. We Easterners such as Tibetans, like myself, look to Western technology feeling that once we develop material progress, our people can reach some sort of permanent happiness.
Hence, there is no sense in one-pointedly considering a certain person to be just a friend and another person to be just an enemy. When you contemplate in this manner, the one-pointed apprehension of some persons as friends and others as enemies and the consequent generation of desire and hatred will become weaker in strength. Imagine in front of yourself three people—a friend, an enemy, and a neutral person—and, while observing them, consider that there is no certainty that any one of them will at all times either help or harm.
Question: What does dharma mean? ” From a wide point of view this word can refer to all phenomena because each phenomenon holds its own entity. However, in the context of dharma and the world, dharma refers to any practice through which a person who has it in his or her continuum is held back from a specific fright. This holding back or protection can be from sufferings that are effects or from the causes of those sufferings, the afflictive emotions. We are seeking to control the mind, and those practices through which the mind is controlled are dharma.
The Buddha from Dolpo: A Study of the Life and Thought of the Tibetan Master Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen by Cyrus Stearns