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Atisha Life and Teachings

  1.  Life of Atisha

    Atisha is one of the rare masters, rare in the sense that he was taught by three enlightened masters. It has never happened before, and never since. To be a disciple of three enlightened masters is simply unbelievable -- because one enlightened master is enough. But this story, that he was taught by three enlightened masters, has a metaphorical significance also. And it is true, it is historical too.
  2.  Teachings of Atisha

    These "Seven Points of Mind Training" of the great master Atisha, are fingers, seven fingers pointing to the moon. Don't be caught by the fingers, don't become too much obsessed with the fingers. That is not the point, that will be missing the point. Use the fingers and forget them, and look where the fingers are pointing. And when you see the moon, who bothers about the fingers? 

  3. Buddhist alchemy: all evil can be transformed into the bodhi path

    This is the Buddhist alchemy: all evil can be transformed into the bodhi path, the path to become a buddha. Evil is not against you, you just don't know how to use it

  4. Osho on Atisha Sutra - Don't Seek Sorrow for Spurious Comforts

    Everybody seeks, searches for bliss, and almost everybody succeeds in finding just the opposite

  5. Atisha's Heart Meditation

    This is the method of compassion: drink in all the suffering and pour out all  the blessings.

        Related Article in Meditation section are:
        Atisha's Sutra's for Meditators (Watching the watcher)


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