Awakening Through Love: Unveiling Your Deepest Goodness by John Makransky

By John Makransky

Drawing from the author's lifestyles as a father, professor, Buddhist, and Buddhist instructor — in addition to on popular culture references from Bob Dylan to Harry Potter — Awakening via Love is a welcoming consultant to attaining the private healthiness and pleasure. Rooted in Buddhism’s Dzogchen culture, the ebook teaches suggestions for knowing a lifestyles imbued with love via Buddhist equipment for fostering real worrying and appreciation for others. to aid readers do so country, the writer offers practices and meditations for sluggish cultivation and direct perception. He additionally presents a relocating presentation of the position of a instructor, or “benefactor,” in deepening one’s religious direction. a part of the book’s effectiveness is that it uncovers common parts in Buddhist principles and practices and renders them usable for a normal viewers, with many references to the adaptability of those tools to be used together with the traditions of alternative religions.

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By John Makransky

Drawing from the author's lifestyles as a father, professor, Buddhist, and Buddhist instructor — in addition to on popular culture references from Bob Dylan to Harry Potter — Awakening via Love is a welcoming consultant to attaining the private healthiness and pleasure. Rooted in Buddhism’s Dzogchen culture, the ebook teaches suggestions for knowing a lifestyles imbued with love via Buddhist equipment for fostering real worrying and appreciation for others. to aid readers do so country, the writer offers practices and meditations for sluggish cultivation and direct perception. He additionally presents a relocating presentation of the position of a instructor, or “benefactor,” in deepening one’s religious direction. a part of the book’s effectiveness is that it uncovers common parts in Buddhist principles and practices and renders them usable for a normal viewers, with many references to the adaptability of those tools to be used together with the traditions of alternative religions.

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Our very quickness to express things in terms of good and evil is what creates divisiveness and human misery. When we see this, we can begin to act wisely. When we catch ourselves adrift in our divisive thoughts, or when we get caught up in our judgments about “them” (or “us”), we can bring ourselves back to this. All we need is a little bit of attention, a little bit of reflection, and a little bit of patience. See confusion as confusion. Acknowledge suffering as suffering. Feel pain and sorrow and divisiveness.

It cannot be diagrammed or written out. It cannot be held as a possession of mind. And how kind of Han-shan to point all this out. There’s only this one place: right here, right now. ” To be here is freedom from insanity, fear, worry, struggle, striving, the urgent desire to control, and the habitual yearning for security and escape from pain. [  ] Buddhism is not what you think When Han-shan writes, “Whenever I see people, I only say, ‘aim for Cold Mountain,’ ” this is his invitation to each of us just to be here.

After all, religion is fundamentally about direct Knowledge of Truth. Thus, all religion needs to require of people is an earnest desire to know, to see, to wake up. This is enough. Unfortunately, in practice, religion makes wide use of beliefs—beliefs about how we got here, what our purpose is, where we ’re going, and so forth—all in a desperate attempt to make sense of the world and our experience in it. As Joseph Campbell put it, religion short-circuits the religious experience by putting it into concepts.

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