- Jun 6, 2022
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Dzogchen: The Power of Openness [1DVD-1 AVI]
English | Size: 402.30 MB
Description: Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, founder of the "Ligmincha, in 2009, conducts web-broadcast by teaching practitioners in East and West Bon, Dzogchen meditation.
Who do you think you are? In the end, our body can help us in this to identify ourselves. As a result, the very identity - a state of mind. "I" - is not the body, a state of mind. How does it know how to find a link to this knowledge? ... I ask: "Who is this" I "?" In our spiritual quest is very important to know the answer to this question is more important than to make it self free to do so "I" over-developed, etc. If you do not know what the "I", then you make it free? To do this, you need to know it. But how do you know? Can you tell me, asking questions? None. To begin, we ask: "Who is it?"
You have to be this sense of "I". At that moment, when you say "it hurts me." You have found a link with the body aches "to you in this moment. And this "body pain" lives in you at this time. And this is a good opportunity for you to realize it, see it. The question is how to see it? If you see one way, it will only exacerbate it. If you see another way, then dissolve it.
If you are going to analyze, then you are a force - that is what we usually do. If it hurts, then I immediately start looking for someone who causes me this pain. I'm not interested myself, I wondered who hurt me. I am interested in the guy if he did not do that, then I would be all right if he did not say that everything would be okay ... I can find so many good causes out there. So many people outside, I always find blame. But in reality, it is not connected with anyone. If you pay attention more, you can feel it.