tadyatha om gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha
Animosity and Imbalance in the interior Physical Body
Some Suggestions for applying Psychic Skills
The heart of all disease is the relationship between the parts. ~~ Kryon
How to Get Rid of Disease with Neutral Compassion
Curing the Sick on the Day of the Death of St. Louis of Toulouse
Curare i malati nel giorno della morte di S. Ludovico di Tolosa
Simone Martini, 1317 CE
Poppies in the Sunshine by Leon Roulette
Poppies in the Sunshine by Leon Roulette
As one Releases Illness and Imbalance, vitality rebalancing becomes Easy
Like Gandhi, keeping releasing. Keep releasing fear of health, keep releasing attachment to being weak, losing control and withering. Release, release, release.
As you release, you'll find you are not attached to having the illness. It does not form any important part of your reality. It's there, but you don't care what happens to it. You could be sick or not be sick.
In either case, the debt has been transformed from a toxic blend of social punishment and self-contempt, into a value-neutral accounting exercise, which can be accomplished in complete peace of mind using a variety of financial solutions.
You are free.
from Healing Anger: The Power of Patience from a Buddhist Perspectiveby HH Dalai Lama, trans. Geshe Thupten Jinpa
"Patiently accepting small hardships gives one the opportunity to apply other practices. One could make aspirational prayers and the dedication,"By my experience of this suffering, may I be able to purify my negativities committed in the past." One can also use the opportunity for the practice of tong-len, which is the Mahayana practice of"giving and taking."
...This advice is especially useful when dealing with illnesses. Of course it is important, first of all, to take all the preventative measures so one does not suffer from illnesses, such as adopting the right diet, or whatever it may be. Then when one becomes ill, it is important not to overlook the necessity for taking the appropriate medications and other measures necessary for healing.
However, there would be an important difference in how one responded to illness if instead of moaning about the situation, instead of feeling sorry for oneself, instead of being overwhelmed by anxiety and worry, one saved oneself from these unnecessary additional mental pains and suffering by adopting the right attitude.
This type of practice, although it might not necessarily lead to a real cure in physical terms, can definitely protect one from unnecessary additional mental suffering and pain.
And on top of that, it is also possible that instead of being saddened by the experience one can see it as a kind of privilege. One can see it as an opportunity and in fact be joyful because of this particular experience which has made one's life richer."
SEEDS of THOUGHT
14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso
"...practice must be carried out in terms of one's own thought. If one knows how to bring the teachings into one's own thought, All physical and verbal deeds can be made to accord with practice.
If one does not know how to bring them into one's own thought, even though one might meditate, recite scriptures, or spend one's life in a temple, it will not help; thought is therefore important for practice.
Formerly in Tibet there was a famous lama called Drom. One day Drom saw a man walking around a reliquary. 'Walking around a reliquary is good,' he said. 'Practice is even better.'
Drom answered, 'Do not be attached to this life; cause your mind to become the practices.' Dram said this because practice depends on Thought."
Cause and Effect
"In the Mahayana 'cause and effect' refer to totally supreme emptiness and supreme immutable bliss. The Brief Explication of Initiations (Shekhoddesha)[included in the Kalachakra cycle] says:
The indivisibility of these two is a Cause Vehicle in the sense of being the means by which one progresses, and it is an Effect Vehicle in the sense of being that to which one is progressing. Such a Vajra Vehicle has reference to Highest Yoga Tantra and cannot occur in the lower tantras.
For the supreme immutable bliss can only arise when one has attained the branch of meditative stabilisation (in the system of the Kalachakra) and thus the branches of mindfulness and those below must be the means of achieving it.
The three lower tantras do not have all the factors that are included in these causal branches."
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