Ngakma Nor’dzin, 1997

Spacious Passion

Ngakma Nordzin explores the sutric teaching of ‘The Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind to Practice’ as vividly relevant to our everyday lives: the extraordinarily precious opportunity to live as an honourable human being; the experience of impermanence that pervades our existence as an opportunity to awaken; the emotional and psychological patterning which dominates our lives; and the seemingly endless cycle of dissatisfaction in which we imprison ourselves. This clear, direct and incisive commentary will be enjoyed equally by those who are new to Buddhism as well as experienced practitioners. Each chapter ends with a series of questions and answers which are both pragmatic and inspirational.

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Foreword – Tanzin Rinpoche’s foreword in Tibetan.

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Foreword – Tanzin Rinpoche’s foreword in Tibetan.

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Sky Mind: Dzogchen – its base, path, and fruit are spontaneity; the natural, unfabricated flow of the continuum of non-dual perception.