By Trungpa, Rinpoche Chogyam

"transcript of talks given by means of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche on the fourth Vajradhatu Seminary, a twelve-week interval of extensive meditation and learn, held at Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin September-November 1976"

Show description

Read Online or Download 1976 Seminary Transcripts: Hinayana - Mahayana PDF

Similar eastern books

Frances Garrett's Religion, Medicine and the Human Embryo in Tibet PDF

This ebook explores the cultural background of embryology in Tibet, in tradition, faith, artwork and literature, and what this unearths approximately its medication and faith. Filling an important hole within the literature this is often the 1st in-depth exploration of Tibetan scientific background within the English language. It finds the superiority of descriptions of the advance of the human physique – from notion to beginning – present in all different types of Tibetan spiritual literature, in addition to in clinical texts and in artwork.

New PDF release: Eastern Philosophy: Key Readings

This booklet will turn out helpful to all these looking a greater realizing of jap methods of inspiration with extracts grouped below thematic headings from Bhagavad-Gita and caste to nirvana and yin-yang.

New PDF release: Poetics of Anti-Colonialism in the Arabic Qasidah (Brill

Representing the main sustained research of the aesthetics of Anti-Colonialism in glossy Arabic poetry, this e-book chronicles the evolution of a special poetics that sought to take care of the integrity of the qa? ?dah with out circumventing its old second. It painstakingly analyses a variety of odes by means of 4 prime twentieth-century poets, Ahmad Shawq?

Mauro Zonta's Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century: A History and PDF

Of their pursuit of a renewal of Jewish philosophy, a couple of students lively in Spain and Italy within the moment 1/2 the 15th century (Abraham Bibago, Baruch Ibn Ya‘ish, Abraham Shalom, Eli Habillo, Judah Messer Leon) grew to become to the doctrines and strategies of up to date Latin Scholasticism. those philosophers, who learn Latin rather well, have been inspired through the theories formulated by means of their Latin colleagues (Albert the good, Thomas Aquinas, William of Ockham, John Duns Scotus and their followers).

Additional info for 1976 Seminary Transcripts: Hinayana - Mahayana

Sample text

There is also a tremendous sense of going along with the fantastic energy that evolves. The newcomers have a very difficult time understanding that. Therefore they probably would label what they dislike and like about the situation, which is a sort ~f love/hate relationship that happens continuously. They like it, and on the other hand simultaneously they dislike it and feel they are going to be reduced to naive animals, part of the corral setup, part of the stable. The notion of the corral-and-stable approach usually comes from the ideas that we have been brought up with in our ordinary everyday life-since the whole world except the buddhist world has been conquered by Christianity.

You know the word-inscrutable. Inscrutable Orientals. " Westerners would say: "Who broke the cup? Tell me. " But Westerners don't like that. " Q: So to reconstruct that-again-you would say no ego is fullness? R: No ego has possibilities of fullness. When you say no ego, you are not saying "not ego," right? If you say not ego, it means this is not ego, but thereby something else is coming into the picture. When you say no ego, it produces a complete vacancy. Therefore there is the possibility that instead of somebody walking into it, no ego itself could actually wake itself up, resolve itself.

You could burn your fingers on the stoveQ: But that's referring to the stove and the heat and everything, isn't it? R: -without having fingers. ] Q: Thank you. R: You can do that. Well, I think maybe we should end at this point. Okay? 25 Talk Four DISCIPLINE Ego's approach to reality seems to be based on some sense of personal collection and some sense of reinforcing one's existence. " Freedom from attachment to outer and inner naturally begins to bring about a sense of desolation-you can't be here and you can't be there, so some sense of basic desolation takes place.

Download PDF sample

1976 Seminary Transcripts: Hinayana - Mahayana by Trungpa, Rinpoche Chogyam

by Paul

Rated 4.07 of 5 – based on 32 votes