gYu-thog

March 11, 2017 G, Pearls Of Wisdom

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“Sufferings and peace are both of the nature of the mind.
It is fortunate to have made the resolution to liberate oneself from sufferings
While understanding that all sufferings in the world and the peace called Nirvana are mingled into one,
Without having imperfect views and without taking the phenomenal world to be real.
It is fortunate to remember from one’s heart
Meditations on the transcendence of birth and death,
Knowing that what is born is of the nature of death
And not unchangeable as we imagine.”

from gYu-thog’s Hymn of Wisdom

Shamanic Death and Rebirth

September 21, 2016 Death Awareness

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tombstone-1541070_640Shamanic Death and Rebirth
by Acha Baba

Death is underrated. The true essential essence of ourselves never dies.  What can die,needs to die for us to truly live.

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Ram Dass

December 20, 2014 Pearls Of Wisdom, R

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“To be peaceful at the time of your death, seek peace inside today.” Ram Dass

Breathe in to the Nothingness by Melanie Barrett

December 13, 2014 Death Awareness

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Breathe in to the Nothingness
by Melanie Barrett

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Eckhart on Peace After a Loss

November 6, 2014 Death Awareness

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196877717Eckhart on Peace After a Loss
by Eckhart Tolle

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