Looking for an Ultimate Self


Whenever we are feeling overwhelmed by circumstances, it can help to stop and say to ourselves, “What part of what I’m experiencing belongs to my ultimate self.”

When we do that, we will see that the answer is, “nothing” and because of that, our sense of being overwhelmed will lose some of its power…

Larry

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The Four Reliances:

Rely on the Teachings, not just the Teacher.

Rely on the Meaning, not just the Words.

Rely on the Actual Meaning, not just the Interpretation.

Rely on the Experience, not just the Idea.

– The Buddha

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About larryreside

Technical Administrator for the Westport Lions Club Website and Instructor @ the Peaceful Garden Meditation Group - A Group that studies and practices Buddhist Psychology and Meditation in the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
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