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Enlightenment and Translucence

It is important to fully understand the attribute of constant evolution ingrained in the concept of direction instead of being trapped in the idea of reaching a final destination.
- by Diego Palma -
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Visualization for Manifestation

With this method of visualization we can modify and achieve anything we desire to manifest into our reality, change subconscious and instinct behaviors and programs, change and drop conditions and beliefs, manifest a dreamed destiny and attract to our lives anything we truly want.
- by Diego Palma
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Analytical meditation

Meditation is the mind that concentrates on a virtuous object, and which is the main cause of mental peace. The practice of meditation is a method for acquainting our mind with virtue. The more familiar our mind is with virtue, the calmer and more peaceful it becomes.
- by Kelsang Gyatso
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Shambhala Meditation

Meditation practice begins by sitting down and assuming your seat cross-legged on the ground. You begin to feel that, by simply being on the spot, your life can become workable and even wonderful. You realize that you are capable of sitting like a king or queen on a throne. The regalness of that situation shows you the dignity that comes from being still and simple.
- by Chögyam Trungpa
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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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Sitting and guided Meditation

Before we begin our sitting meditation it is essential that we prepare ourselves and the room in which we sit. The room should be clean and very beautiful. And for us is often good to have a period of silence before starting.
- by Thich Nhat Hanh
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Basic Goodness

The logic of basic goodness is very similar. When we speak of basic goodness, we are not talking about having allegiance to good and rejecting bad. Basic goodness is good because it is un conditional, or fundamental. It is there already, in the same way that heaven and earth are there already.
- by Chögyam Trungpa
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