Category Archives: Chögyi Nyima Rinpoche

Divorce

To adopt a virtuous frame of mind, a wholesome attitude, is good; it is regarded as a valid method. Similarly, avoiding a negative attitude or an unwholesome frame of mind is good; it is also re garded as a valid method. But neither of these are enough to be free from samsara.
- by Chögyi Nyima Rinpoche
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No samsara apart from thoughts

The great master Nagarjuna said, “There is no samsara apart from your own thoughts.” Samsara is based on thought; samsara is made by thought. A thought includes attachment and aversion. A thought by its very nature involves an attitude of selecting and excluding. Every thought is hope and fear.
- by Chögyi Nyima Rinpoche
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A spiritual person

n our life, the greatest good we can do is to work for the welfare of infinite sentient beings. Therefore, generate this noble attitude: “I will study the Dharma and apply it in practice to establish all sentient beings in the supreme state of irreversible and unsurpassable enlightenment. To do so, I will learn, reflect and practice meditation.”
- by Chögyi Nyima Rinpoche
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Introductory Teachings

All our various experiences and dreams are simply the magical display of our thoughts. Until our thoughts are cleared away and dissolve, karma and disturbing emotions will not end. It is important to understand that thoughts themselves are karma and disturbing emotions.
- by Chögyi Nyima Rinpoche
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