did you really mean that?


INNER GUIDE CARD 02 [ 2 of 8 ] NOT ONE JOKE WILL BE TOLD WITHOUT YOUR INNER GUIDE LAUGHING WITH YOU. "Even when no one else seems to understand me, my Inner Guide is at one with my thoughts and feelings. My Inner Guide completely understands and does not judge my innermost secrets." Once … Continue reading did you really mean that?

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um, about that inner guide thing…


INNER GUIDE CARD 01 [ 1 of 8 ] NOT ONE DROP OF TEAR WILL FALL WITHOUT YOUR INNER GUIDE BEING THERE TO CATCH IT. "Even in my most desperate moments, when I feel completely alone, my Inner Guide is right here with me, even if I cannot tell it. Whenever I lose myself in … Continue reading um, about that inner guide thing…

BOOK TWO: chapter two: why are there two of us?


(parts of this chapter were posted previously, here, here, and here) All About Emptiness… (from Heruka Chakrasamvara) A Buddhist Example We can find many examples we can use to contemplate Emptiness... a book, our laundry… This example comes from traditional Tibetan Buddhist iconography. Some Vajrayana Buddhist lineages include the prayer practice of the deity Heruka … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter two: why are there two of us?

awaken – standing in the clear light


BEGIN AGAIN. Suddenly all will be whiter than white, so white it clears all white. And you will begin again. You will know, in that instant, that you are everything you ever imagined and everything "everyone else" ever imagined. For a brief moment you will understand with a fullness and intensity that can hardly be … Continue reading awaken – standing in the clear light

what is emptiness? a everyday example of a book


WHAT IS EMPTINESS? simple words for confusing times An Everyday Example Of A Book A book offers a more familiar example of Emptiness (than the example of the statue). Let’s suppose that as you’re reading this you’re holding a printed book. The ‘printed book’ (in quotations, in case you’re listening to the book or it’s … Continue reading what is emptiness? a everyday example of a book

BOOK TWO: chapter three: reducing grasping


[From Buddhas Heruka and Vajravarahi] What is grasping? Grasping is not letting go. It’s that simple. It’s holding on tightly to how you think things are, and/or how you want them to be. It can show itself in things as wide-ranging as racial profiling, conspiracy theories, and seasonal depression. It can cause marriages, and it can … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter three: reducing grasping

BOOK TWO: chapter six: meet the new buddha!


[from Buddha Heruka and Buddha Manjushri] Lhamo Dorje (Lhamo Kalinga Tindley Dorje), emanates especially for these times. In this busy world, most people don't find much free time. Distractions abound, as do excuses. Sometimes we wish we had a little special help. Regardless of our religious (or non-religious) preferences, we all receive help - often … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter six: meet the new buddha!