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You are discovering yourself ~ Mingyur Rinpoche
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One day I asked my father, “When I get enlightened, will I be able to remember me? My old self?” It was not unusual for my father to laugh affectionately at my questions, but he found this one particularly hilarious. Then he explained that enlightenment is not like being possessed by a spirit. Tibetan culture has a tradition of oracles, people who become possessed by spirits and make predictions and prophecies. When this happens, they forget their former selves and become different beings; they swirl and fall down like crazy drunks. To imitate their wild behavior my father waved his arms, raised one knee at a time, and danced in circles. Suddenly he stopped and said, “Not like that. Awakening is more like discovering yourself.” He cupped his hands together and told me, “If you have a handful of diamonds but don’t realize what they are, you treat them like pebbles. Once you recognize them as diamonds, you can use their precious qualities. Becoming a buddha is like discovering a diamond in your hand. You are discovering yourself, not getting rid of yourself.”

– Mingyur Rinpoche

from the book "Turning Confusion into Clarity: A Guide to the Foundation Practices of Tibetan Buddhism"
ISBN: 978-1611801217 - https://amzn.to/111sIFp
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Tergar Malaysia 马来西亚德噶June 15
In this video, Mingyur Rinpoche discusses how the mind creates reality and how grasping to our own idea shapes the world we experience. He points out that we can free ourselves from suffering through working with our long-held beliefs.

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Mind Creates Reality
In this month’s teaching, Mingyur Rinpoche discusses how the mind creates our reality and how grasping to our own ideas shapes the world we experience. He po...
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In June 2011, Abbott of a monastery in India, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, left his esteemed post and spent four and a half years in a wandering Retreat. Living without money, clothing (other than the dhoti cloth on his body) or material comforts, he tested the boundaries of his meditation practice and found a freedom and happiness not bound by external conditions and comforts. In this illuminating video interview with Farah Nazarali, Rinpoche speaks about his near-death experience and the importance of dying every day in order to embrace the impermanence of life and experience the luminosity of pure awareness.

Join Mingyur Rinpoche for a live public talk and daylong teaching in Vancouver, June 21-22, 2019. Details here: https://www.banyen.com/events/mingyur-rinpoche
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In June 2011, Abbott of a monastery in India, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, left his esteemed post and spent four and a half years in a wandering Retreat. Living without money, clothing (other than the dhoti cloth on his body) or material comforts, he tested the boundaries of his meditation practice and found a freedom and happiness not bound by external conditions and comforts. In this illuminating video interview with Farah Nazarali, Rinpoche speaks about his near-death experience and the importance of dying every day in order to embrace the impermanence of life and experience the luminosity of pure awareness. Join Mingyur Rinpoche for a live public talk and daylong teaching in Vancouver, June 21-22, 2019. Details here: https://www.banyen.com/events/mingyur-rinpoche
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Tergar Malaysia 马来西亚德噶June 13
Join us this Sunday for group practice at Journey Within Studio, Kota Damansara!

For those who can’t make it, you may join our online group practice every Thursday 9-10pm via Skype! See ya 😉

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