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The Nature of Mind

What is the mind? It is nothing other than what is merely imputed by the mind in dependence upon the phenomenon that has no color, no shape, and no material substance. It is different from the body, which has color and shape and is substantial. The consciousness of the body, or the body sense, exper ...>

How to Make Light Offerings to Accumulate the Most Extensive Merit

by Lama Zopa RinpocheLight OfferingsThe Benefits of Making Light OfferingsIt is said in the Ten Wheel Sutra of the Essence of Earth (Kshitigarbha): "All comfort, happiness and peace in this world are received by making offerings to the Rare Sublime Ones (the Triple Gem), therefore those who like to ...>

The Arya Sanghata Sutra

Introduction to the Sanghata SutraThe Sanghata Sutra is a direct record of a teaching that was given by Buddha Shakyamuni on Vulture's Peak in Rajagriha. This discourse of the Buddha, like all Mahayana sutras, was memorized by his disciples and later written down in Sanskrit. However, the Sanghata S ...>

Cultivating Service to Others

The most important thing for this life’s happiness, especially for the sentient beings you meet, is to have the thought: “I’m the servant and they are the masters, I’m the servant and they are the kings, they are the masters and I am like the dog. Sentient beings are the ones from whom I hav ...>

Abandoning the Eight Worldly Dharmas

By Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche (Last Updated Apr 7, 2010)How to Practice Dharma: Abandoning the Eight Worldly DharmasThe Importance of Knowing What Dharma Is Happiness Starts When We Renounce This Life The Importance of Knowing What Dharma IsEven though we don’t know any other subject, if we can cle ...>

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