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justdharmaquotes:

Inner authentic presence ~ Chögyam Trungpahttp://bit.ly/1FkSJj3

Inner authentic presence comes from exchanging yourself with others, from being able to regard other people as yourself, generously and without fixation. So the inner merit that brings inner authentic presence is the experience of nonfixed mind, mind without fixation. When you meet a person with authentic presence, you find he has an overwhelming genuineness, which might be somewhat frightening because it is so true and honest and real. You experience a sense of command radiating from the person of inner authentic presence. Although that person might be a garbage collector or a taxi driver, still he or she has an uplifted quality, which magnetizes you and commands your attention. This is not just charisma. The person with inner authentic presence has worked on himself and made a thorough and proper journey. He has earned authentic presence by letting go, and by giving up personal comfort and fixed mind.

Chögyam Trungpa

from the book “Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior”http://amzn.to/12bJvOU

justdharmaquotes:

Inner authentic presence ~ Chögyam Trungpa
http://bit.ly/1FkSJj3

Inner authentic presence comes from exchanging yourself with others, from being able to regard other people as yourself, generously and without fixation. So the inner merit that brings inner authentic presence is the experience of nonfixed mind, mind without fixation. When you meet a person with authentic presence, you find he has an overwhelming genuineness, which might be somewhat frightening because it is so true and honest and real. You experience a sense of command radiating from the person of inner authentic presence. Although that person might be a garbage collector or a taxi driver, still he or she has an uplifted quality, which magnetizes you and commands your attention. This is not just charisma. The person with inner authentic presence has worked on himself and made a thorough and proper journey. He has earned authentic presence by letting go, and by giving up personal comfort and fixed mind.

Chögyam Trungpa

from the book “Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior”
http://amzn.to/12bJvOU

justdharmaquotes:

Look Carefully ~ 17th Karmapahttp://bit.ly/1qIS547

Look carefully at your experiences to recognize all the love you have received. Look carefully at your own actions and gestures to find ways to show love. Make room for that in your heart, and painful conflicts will lose their sting.

17th Karmapa

from the book “The Heart Is Noble: Changing the World from the Inside Out”http://amzn.to/13mp0W4

justdharmaquotes:

Look Carefully ~ 17th Karmapa
http://bit.ly/1qIS547

Look carefully at your experiences to recognize all the love you have received. Look carefully at your own actions and gestures to find ways to show love. Make room for that in your heart, and painful conflicts will lose their sting.

17th Karmapa

from the book “The Heart Is Noble: Changing the World from the Inside Out”
http://amzn.to/13mp0W4

justdharmaquotes:

Simply about us ~ Ajahn Chahhttp://bit.ly/1tjinkX

The Dhamma is not far away. It’s right with us. The Dhamma isn’t about angels in the sky or anything like that. It’s simply about us, about what we are doing right now. Observe yourself. Sometimes there is happiness, sometimes suffering, sometimes comfort, sometimes pain … this is the Dhamma. Do you see it? To know this Dhamma, you have to read your experiences.

Ajahn Chah

source: http://bit.ly/12N5fSK

justdharmaquotes:

Simply about us ~ Ajahn Chah
http://bit.ly/1tjinkX

The Dhamma is not far away. It’s right with us. The Dhamma isn’t about angels in the sky or anything like that. It’s simply about us, about what we are doing right now. Observe yourself. Sometimes there is happiness, sometimes suffering, sometimes comfort, sometimes pain … this is the Dhamma. Do you see it? To know this Dhamma, you have to read your experiences.

Ajahn Chah

source: http://bit.ly/12N5fSK

alessandro0481:

#ClippedOnIssuu from Frrresh19  Nineteenth issue of Frrresh, the online visual arts magazine

Livin’

alessandro0481:

#ClippedOnIssuu from Frrresh19
Nineteenth issue of Frrresh, the online visual arts magazine

Livin’

justdharmaquotes:

Keep looking ~ Tsoknyi Rinpochehttp://bit.ly/1seaonW

Look at your life. Look at the ways in which you define who you are and what you’re capable of achieving. Look at your goals. Look at the pressures applied by the people around you and the culture in which you were raised. Look again. And again. Keep looking until you realize, within your own experience, that you’re so much more than who you believe you are. Keep looking until you discover the wondrous heart, the marvelous mind, that is the very basis of your being.

Tsoknyi Rinpoche

from the book “Open Heart, Open Mind: Awakening the Power of Essence Love”http://amzn.to/18gtj1H

justdharmaquotes:

Keep looking ~ Tsoknyi Rinpoche
http://bit.ly/1seaonW

Look at your life. Look at the ways in which you define who you are and what you’re capable of achieving. Look at your goals. Look at the pressures applied by the people around you and the culture in which you were raised. Look again. And again. Keep looking until you realize, within your own experience, that you’re so much more than who you believe you are. Keep looking until you discover the wondrous heart, the marvelous mind, that is the very basis of your being.

Tsoknyi Rinpoche

from the book “Open Heart, Open Mind: Awakening the Power of Essence Love”
http://amzn.to/18gtj1H

justdharmaquotes:

Our own responsibility  ~ Lama Yeshehttp://bit.ly/1sfuAWz

We are not compelled to meditate by some outside agent, by other people, or by God. Rather, just as we are responsible for our own suffering, so are we solely responsible for our own cure. We have created the situation in which we find ourselves, and it is up to us to create the circumstances for our release.

Lama Yeshe

from the book “Wisdom Energy: Basic Buddhist Teachings”http://amzn.to/1otSg5w

justdharmaquotes:

Our own responsibility ~ Lama Yeshe
http://bit.ly/1sfuAWz

We are not compelled to meditate by some outside agent, by other people, or by God. Rather, just as we are responsible for our own suffering, so are we solely responsible for our own cure. We have created the situation in which we find ourselves, and it is up to us to create the circumstances for our release.

Lama Yeshe

from the book “Wisdom Energy: Basic Buddhist Teachings”
http://amzn.to/1otSg5w

Swole On #pushups

Swole On #pushups

Super ripe #Mamao for breakfast. #papaya (at Papaya King)

Super ripe #Mamao for breakfast. #papaya (at Papaya King)

Super ripe #Mamao for breakfast. #papaya (at Papaya King)

Super ripe #Mamao for breakfast. #papaya (at Papaya King)

I write #poetry sometimes  (at Expert Barber Shop)

I write #poetry sometimes (at Expert Barber Shop)