Fearless Simplicity: The Dzogchen Way of Living Freely in a by Drubwang Rinpoche, Erik Pema Kunsang, Marcia Binder Schmidt,

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Fearless Simplicity is ready education within the woke up mind set, the ambience during which all problems clearly dissolve. the following, the proficient Tibetan meditation grasp and writer of Carefree Dignity, Drubwang Tsoknyi Rinpoche, in his unparalleled and skillful instructing kind, courses us in the course of the tips on how to be relaxed with our environment and ourselves. He exhibits us how constructing self belief and being in concord with each scenario is the root for actual compassion and intelligence.

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There is a very good reason the preliminary practices come before the main part of practice. Every single aspect of the preliminary practices is meant to be like a pestle to grind and smash your laziness. Imagine that you are making hot sauce, acbaar, with a stone mortar and pestle. When making this Tibetan salsa, you successively add garlic, ginger, chili peppers, and spices, grinding them all together into a smooth sauce. It's the same with the preliminaries: you smash your laziness first with prostrations, then with V ajrasattva practice, then with mandala offerings and guru yoga, till all the laziness is gone.

These people were happy to just get by on whatever came along, happy to let whatever happened happen; they were free of all emotional baggage and worry for themselves. Maybe they did worry somewhat in the beginning, let's say the first six months of practice, but then they went beyond petty worries. They did not spend their whole lives trying to deal with emotional issues. They dealt with them and went on to the real practice. They did not remain inside the cocoon of spiritual materialism. Wouldn't it be sad to die like that, wrapped up in selfish worry?

We need to recognize this trick from the beginning. Prostrations are easy for people to understand. Some look at them as if they're good physical exercise. They think that they're good for the heart "Oh, I understand. Prostrations strengthen my legs and back. If I sit for a long time in meditation and I get back pain, then I'll just do prostrations to correct this. I might feel drowsy or lazy, but prostrations will chop up the laziness. I think refUge is very important: whatever we do, we need a certain type of guidance.

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