By Kalu Rinpoche
The Dharma is the 1st significant choice of teachings through Kalu Rinpoche, a superb meditation grasp within the Tibetan Buddhist culture. those discourses have been offered in the US with a Western viewers in brain, and feature been particularly edited for this quantity. The openness, simplicity, and intensity of attention in his teachings have introduced suggestion to many, and bigger realizing of the knowledge Buddhism has to provide. the subjects coated diversity from the main refined psychology and metaphysics to way of life and perform. Readers new to Buddhism will locate lucid and profound motives of the basic teachings; these already accustomed to Buddhism will become aware of unforeseen insights into the guts of the culture.
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By no means. If, on the physical sphere, each region, each town presents its own peculiar features, you can imagine the diversity of conditions existing on our planes. Here, as on Earth, creatures are grouped according to the common sources of their origin and the goal in view. But it must be remembered that each colony, as well as each of us, stands on a different step of the great stairway to perfection. Collective experiences vary among one another. We are only one example of such colonies.
But, on recalling my fifteen years of medical practice, I experienced a sense of emptiness in my heart. I saw myself as a strong farmer standing in the middle of a field, hands tide, unable to work. Here I was, surrounded by patients, yet not allowed, as before, to approach their beds as their friend, doctor and scientist. Incessant m0oaning from neighboring rooms reached my ears, but I could not lend a hand not even as a humble member of the nursing or first-aid staff. On the physical plane it was a matter of studying the regular books plus some necessary training and one could acquire the rights of a qualified physician.
Here, as on Earth, creatures are grouped according to the common sources of their origin and the goal in view. But it must be remembered that each colony, as well as each of us, stands on a different step of the great stairway to perfection. Collective experiences vary among one another. We are only one example of such colonies. According to our chronicles, our predecessors often sought inspiration in the work of the devoted workers of other spheres, just as settlements in formation now seek our help.