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The Four Thoughts That Turn The Mind From Samsara

Le 20 August 2014, by Buddhachannel Asia

Dharma Teachings The Four Thoughts That Turn The Mind From Samsara Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche by Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche Every dharma practice is preceded by certain preparations that serve as a solid basis for correct practice. These preparations are divided into two kinds: the general and the special. The "four thoughts which turn the mind from samsara" belong to the general, or ordinary, preparations. What does this mean to turn the mind from samsara? It means (...) continue

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The Four Thoughts That Turn The Mind From Samsara

Dharma Teachings The Four Thoughts That Turn The Mind From Samsara Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche by Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche Every dharma practice is preceded by certain preparations that serve as a solid basis for correct practice. These preparations are divided into two kinds: the general and the special. The "four thoughts which turn the mind from samsara" belong to the general, or ordinary, preparations. What does this mean to turn the mind from samsara? It means freeing oneself of every attachment to life in the three realms of samsara. The four thoughts, the four general preparations, allow us to develop this freedom, as we reflect in turn upon the precious human birth, (...) continue