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The Farm of Your Mind | 你的“心田”

Dec 18, 2017
The Farm of Your Mind | 你的“心田”

(译文请往下看) Kechara is very fortunate to have H.E. the 25th Tsem Rinpoche as our Spiritual Advisor and Dorje Shugden as our Dharma Protector. Understanding how fortunate we are to have connected with a supreme and qualified teacher in this life, we should therefore put as much effort as we can towards keeping a good relationship and good samaya with our Guru. The advice below was recently given to the Kechara Forest Retreat team by the Protector Dorje Shugden. As Dorje Shugden is an enlightened Buddha, all the advice he gives is none other than th...

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Apr 25, 2016

When I come across an article like Judas’ betrayal of his master, I am curious why he did that to his master who is deemed the Messiah. There are a couple of views on this matter: firstly, he was not a firm believer that his master was the Messiah and secondly, he was a greedy...

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