Buddha’s famous quote from the Dharmapada “we are what we think, with our thoughts we make the world” suggest that by means of concept or thinking we are the architects of our identity and reality.
What is really meant by Buddha’s statement and why is working with one’s concepts so important in Buddhist practice?
How would our life change if we would choose to always see the glass as half full?
Could even difficult outer circumstances such as illness or financial pressure be dealt with differently and become an opportunity for spiritual transformation?
With his extraordinary quality of presenting the most exalted teachings in an accessible and humorous manner Ringu Tulku Rinpoche offers an overview of how mind training is conducted in the practice of Sutrayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana and elude to the question of why the final step of working with concepts is to let go of them altogether.
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