Our recognition of our potential to awaken is the basis of the spiritual practice according to Bon. Through this knowledge we have the choice to either remain as we are or to transform our mind and our life. This thought that turns the mind toward its essence is the aspiration of the Intimate Mind. It allows us to approach whatever we encounter with genuine feelings of love, compassion, and care; a capacity that is calm and poised keeping us strong, stable, and clear, without fear, chaos or judgment. Tempa Dukte Lama helps us remember our potential of innate goodness. Based on this recognition, he offers teachings from the three Bon paths of Sutra, Tantra, and Dzogchen that will guide us on the path of transformation.
"A guide to help those on the path of awakening to understand that intimacy means allowing for the possibility to become one with the object we engage with, and that in that oneness, there are no possibilities for distraction, attachment, chaos, fear, or judgment. This is where compassion resides."
- His Holiness 33rd Menri Trizin
Genye Tempa Dukte Lama is an ordained Tibetan Bon lama. He is the founder and spiritual director of Olmo Ling Bon Center, a Tibetan Bon Center affiliated with Menri Monastery, and the founder of Olmo Ling Publications. He is an artist, poet, and the author of "The Intimate Mind" and "Inexhaustible Miracles". Tempa Lama trained in Menri Monastery, India, from the age of six under the close guidance of H.H. 33rd Menri Trizin, the world-wide spiritual leader of Bon. He has lived in the US since 2000 and teaches regular retreats and workshops on contemplative healing practice and other Bon practices, being with dying, the stages of meditation, and living a spiritual path informed by compassion.
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Descrizione libro Olmo Ling Publications, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 098354560X
Descrizione libro Olmo Ling Publications, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11098354560X