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Dalai Lama Stages Of Meditation

Dalai Lama Stages Of Meditation

Described by His Holiness as a key that opens the door to all other major Buddhist scriptures, Kamalashila’s classic text Stages of Meditation has been revered by Buddhists of all traditions since its creation. Presenting the essence of the entire Buddhist Path to Enlightenment in 10 short chapters, Kamalashila’s text places particular emphasis on calm abiding meditation and special insight. It demonstrates how carefully structured and conceptually informed meditation sessions serve as the bridge between the philosophical tenets of Buddhism and insight in the mind of practitioners. Over the course of five inspiring days, by reference to Kamalashila’s text, His Holiness the Dalai Lama demonstrates how the nature of awareness, developed through meditative practices can be transformed into the direct perceptual wisdom necessary to achieve enlightenment itself.

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The Stages of Meditation Teachings were beautifully filmed and recorded and have been re-produced, in its entirety, in a 10 DVD set. The DVD set includes the extraordinary Public Talk His Holiness gave in The Dome on Saturday June 14. The Public Talk was entitled ‘Finding Purpose in Life’. The 10 DVD set includes full Chinese and Vietnamese translations of the full 21 hours.

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I usually make three parts in Buddhism but the science Buddhist philosophy or Buddhist concept and Buddhist religion it is very very important to know the existing reality that’s Buddha science on that basis possibility of transform possibility of change now that’s a Buddhist philosophy because of that reality so it is possible change transformation then Buddhist practice or Buddhist religion because of that reality because of possibility of change then method or technique that’s what is religion so therefore but the science is concerned there are two fields signs of mind science of matters now modern science up to now mainly focusing the science of matters in order to increase our knowledge and in order to find the reality matters as well as mind I think combination joint sort of effort is seems well necessary the as far as the reality of matter is concerned model science much developed Mars advanced Denbo science the science of mind is concerned Buddha signs much advanced so modern science can learn useful information from ancient Indian science science or mind the main purpose of meditation is transformation of our mind so they another powerful mechanism transform our emotion is reasoning conviction not just a single pointed mind in order to increase the ability of reasoning study is very very important for example impermanence yes in meditation of impermanence is very essential but simply is it thinking or everything are changing changing changing like that and the single pointed mind on that event I think a limited so using reasons and various object how including our mind matters Minds everything changing so that very obvious change possible the cause of such a change there the obvious change within one year happen or possible because of change within month month change possible because daily daily change daily change possible because of change within our which in minute which in a second so ultimately all these obvious change happen only on the basis of momentary change if momentarily not changing then obvious big change will not take place cannot take place isn’t it so still using the impermanence one subject different reasons look different angles different aspect then you get firmer conviction then just a single single pointed meditation on impermanence clear you..

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Comment (8)

  1. If Buddha were alive. I think he would probably smack this guy a couple of time.
    Sitting there in his high chair and bore people to death.

  2. haha you have to “see” what he is saying. listen with your mind, not your ears. he is alluding to something. its like a hint. you have to look very closely and use insight. if it is beyond you then start with the basics of buddhism first. this is more advanced

  3. Translation (from my pov) for those who have trouble with his English:

    We can change the way we see and experience reality, for the better.
    One way to do this, is to first be open to the idea of change by having an open mind to the fact that there are many ways of looking at things. Being open to experiencing and hearing all that is around us is better than ignoring things in preference of having one specific focus/story/belief.

    Change and transformation are intrinsic to nature, as well. He actually offers a sort of proof of this with his analogy of the calendar – which breaks down infinitely, until the point where we realize change happens so constantly and instantaneously that it IS nature (this has been looked at in Western math and Science via Physics and Math in the form of the study of infinitesimals (Godel, etc.).

    Conclusion: If we hold only one viewpoint, we deny reality and nature – we bring suffering upon ourselves because we live in a vacuum. We become attached. Attachment is the cause of suffering.

    Just my 2 cents.

  4. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama comes on this planet for every sentient being and many persons don’t understand English. A lot of people would like to understand and put into practice what His Holiness says. Thank you so much to translate in other languages His Holiness teachings.


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