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HH Ling Rinpoche: Generating Bodhicitta

HH Ling Rinpoche: The most important step in spiritual growth is the first: the decision to avoid evil and cultivate goodness within your stream of being. On the basis of this fundamental discipline, every spiritual quality becomes possible, even the eventual perfection of buddhahood.

HH Ling Rinpoche, New Delhi, India November 1979. Generating Bodhicitta

Bodhicitta and wisdom

The enlightened attitude, bodhicitta, which has love and compassion as its basis, is the essential seed producing the attainment of buddhahood. Therefore, it is a subject that should be approached with the pure thought, “May I gain enlightenment in order to be of greatest benefit to the world.”

If we want to attain the state of the full enlightenment of buddhahood as opposed to the lesser enlightenment of an arhat, nirvana, our innermost practice must be cultivation of bodhicitta. If meditation on emptiness is our innermost practice, we run the risk of falling into nirvana instead of gaining buddhahood. This teaching is given in the saying, “When the father is bodhicitta and the mother is wisdom, the child joins the caste of the buddhas.” In ancient India, children of inter-caste marriages would adopt the caste of the father, regardless of the caste of the mother. Therefore, bodhicitta is like the father: if we cultivate bodhicitta, we enter the caste of the buddhas. Continua »

 

Ven. Ling Rinpoche: Insegnamenti sul “Lam Rim Chen Mo”

Ven. Ling Rinpoche: Riflettiamo su come tutti i fenomeni sono vuoti di esistenza intrinseca.

Insegnamenti Ven. Kyabje Yongzin Ling Rinpoche dal 10 al 17.05.18 all’Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa di Pomaia (PI) sul “Lam Rim Chen Mo” il Grande Trattato sugli Stadi del Sentiero per l’Illuminazione di Lama Tzong Khapa. Appunti del Dott. Luciano Villa, nell’ambito del Progetto Free Dharma Teachings per il beneficio di tutti gli esseri senzienti. Ci scusiamo per qualsiasi errore ed omissione.

H.E. il 7° Kyabje Yongzin Ling Rinpoche è nato a McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India, il 18 novembre 1985.  Continua »

 

Yongzin Ling Rinpoche: Preghiera per la diffusione degli insegnamenti in occidente

Yongzin Ling Rinpoche

Yongzin Ling Rinpoche

Preghiera per la diffusione degli insegnamenti in occidente di Yongzin Ling Rinpoche

Grazie alla forza dell’energia ispiratrice

dei Tre Preziosi Gioielli che non ingannano

e della sincerità delle nostre pure aspirazioni altruistiche

possa, il prezioso Insegnamento di Buddha,

fiorire e diffondersi penetrando in ogni parte dell’Occidente.

Per tutti coloro che vivono in questi paesi

insieme ai loro seguaci che sono impegnati negli insegnamenti,

e che per essi hanno fede e rispetto,

possano tutte le circostanze avverse essere disperse

ed una ricca raccolta di circostanze favorevoli

aumentare come la Luna crescente. Continua »

 

HH Ling Rinpoche: Generating Bodhicitta

HH Ling Rinpoche: The most important step in spiritual growth is the first: the decision to avoid evil and cultivate goodness within your stream of being. On the basis of this fundamental discipline, every spiritual quality becomes possible, even the eventual perfection of buddhahood.

HH Ling Rinpoche: Generating Bodhicitta

Bodhicitta and wisdom

The enlightened attitude, bodhicitta, which has love and compassion as its basis, is the essential seed producing the attainment of buddhahood. Therefore, it is a subject that should be approached with the pure thought, “May I gain enlightenment in order to be of greatest benefit to the world.”

If we want to attain the state of the full enlightenment of buddhahood as opposed to the lesser enlightenment of an arhat, nirvana, our innermost practice must be cultivation of bodhicitta. If meditation on emptiness is our innermost practice, we run the risk of falling into nirvana instead of gaining buddhahood. This teaching is given in the saying, “When the father is bodhicitta and the mother is wisdom, the child joins the caste of the buddhas.” In ancient India, children of inter-caste marriages would adopt the caste of the father, regardless of the caste of the mother. Therefore, bodhicitta is like the father: if we cultivate bodhicitta, we enter the caste of the buddhas. Continua »