By Yeshe Tsogyal
Padmasambhava, the Indian mystic and tantric Buddhist grasp, is moment in simple terms to Buddha Shakyamuni because the most renowned personage within the Tibetan culture of Buddhism. within the 9th century, he made the adventure around the Himalayan Mountains to set up Buddhism for the folk in that state. Now, greater than 1,000 years later, we can listen and be touched by way of his voice as contained inside this number of oral suggestion. the decisions in Dakini Teachings are well timed suggestion - brief, direct directions in terms of the 3 degrees of Buddhist perform: Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana. the most emphasis of Padmasambhava's instructing is that religious wisdom needs to be custom-made and never stay as mere thought. The e-book contains an introductory discourse via Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche and a brief biography of Padmasambhava by way of Jamgon Kongtrul the 1st.
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Due to great intelligence, he should be totally free from doubt. He should have taken refuge in a master and in the Three Jewels and should feel weary of incorrect or inferior teachings. He should be naturally peaceful and gentle. The people of Tibet are hostile toward the Dharma, the ministers are evil minded, the king is gullible; there are only a few who are suitable recipients for the Mahayana teachings. Tsogyal, be free from partiality toward friend and enemy. 5. THE OBJECT The object from whom you take the bodhicitta vow should be a master who has the Mahayana aspiration and whose mind is filled with love and compassion.
Relax your mind in its natural state without modifying or spoiling it and turn it gently to what is virtuous. Master Padma said: When you persevere in Dharma practice, it is essential to always train in turning any virtuous root of action, through body, speech, or mind, to be for the benefit of others. First, train gradually in this with the smallest deeds. From time to time, check to see whether or not you are tainted by the defilement of self-interest. You will not be successful• if you retain even the tiniest taint of selfishness.
Master Padma said: Practice the Dharma of the ten virtuous actions and have confidence in what should be avoided and what should be 1. The particular set of vows one has taken of any of the three vehicles. 2 Dakini Teachings % undertaken concerning the "black and white" types of the effects of these actions. By doing so your actions will hold great strength. Since the power of truth is great, give up all nonvirtue and misdeeds, apply the remedy that works against your disturbing emotions, and put great effort into meritorious actions.