Atisha and Buddhism in Tibet by Doboom; Mullin, Glenn Tulku

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By Doboom; Mullin, Glenn Tulku

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35 10. Avoid anger and pride, Constantly maintaining humble attitudes. Leave behind wrong ways of living And dedicate yourself to a spiritual life. 11. Totally abandon all objects of attachment And become enriched by the jewels of spiritual expenence. Avoid meaningless social activities And live quietly in solitude. 12. Avoid meaningless conversations And always control your speech. Whenever you meet with your Guru or ordination master Behave with the traditional signs of respect. 13. Toward highly evolved spiritual beings, Practitioners possessing the eye of knowledge And even those on initial stages in spiritual experience, Generate the attitude which sees them as one's teacher.

Rely upon the spiritual masters And constantly read the Sutras. 21. Whatever is undertaken first Should firstly be accomplished Before going on to a second pursuit Otherwise, neither will be completed. 37 22. Freely admit your spiritual failings And strive to generate creative energy. As much as possible live in harmony with worldly conventions And protect others minds from harm. 23. Whenever the mind becomes inflated, Counteract the pride with humility. Whenever the mind becomes separated from vigilance, Recollect the precepts of the Gurus.

Satya-dvaya-avatara Tib. bDen-pa-gnyis-Ia-jug-pa Homage to great compassion. 1 1. The Dharma taught by the Buddhas Is based upon the doctrine of the two levels of truths: The conventional truth that deceives the world And the ultimate level, the truth of highest significance. 2. Two kinds of conventional truth are asserted: Distorted and valid. The first of these is also of two types: That likened to a moon reflected in water And that formed by wrong philosophy. 3. As for valid conventional truth, This refers to functional phenomena, Things which are created and destroyed, As experienced without deep analysis.

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