From Jigme Lingpa

 

 The ever resourceful site www.lotsawa.org has produced this wonderful compedium of quotations which is wonderful to browse through and get inspiration from

Here is something i could not resist passing on, hoping you will go and see the rest and support them in their endavours …

མ་བཅོས་མ་བཅོས་རང་གི་སེམས་མ་བཅོས། །

མ་འཛིན་མ་འཛིན་རང་གི་སེམས་མ་འཛིན། །

བཅོས་ཤིང་བཅོས་ཤིང་སེམས་ཀྱི་རྙོགས་ལངས་པས། །

བཅོས་མའི་སེམས་ཀྱིས་སྙིང་པོའི་དོན་ལ་བསྒྲིབས། །

Do not alter, do not alter. Do not alter this mind of yours.

Do not grasp, do not grasp. Do not grasp at this mind of yours.

Alter and alter, and you will stir up the cloudy depths of the mind

And a mind that is altered obscures its own true nature.

The Great Perfection’s Self-Liberation in the Nature of Mind

ཤེས་བྱ་ནམ་མཁའི་གཟའ་སྐར་འདྲ།།

བསླབ་དགོས་གནས་ལ་ཟད་པ་མེད།།

ད་རེས་ཆོས་སྐུའི་སྙིང་པོའི་དོན།།

འགྱུར་མེད་བཙན་ས་བཟུང་ན་ལེགས།།

Knowledge is as infinite as the stars in the sky;

There is no end to all the subjects one could study.

It is better to grasp straight away their very essence—

The unchanging fortress of the dharmakaya.

 

to be found here : http://www.lotsawaschool.org/Compendium.pdf

Sarwa mangalam

 
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