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It was translated into Tibetan (from the original Sanskrit) edited and finalized by the master himself and the translator Lotsawa Gya-tsun-drub Seng-ge. 49 CHAPTER V ~ THREE IDGHER TRAININGS 1 by His Holiness The Dalai Lama These days the peoples of the east and west have come into an increasingly close contact with one another especially in the spheres of religion and philosophy. This provides an excellent opportunity for us all. All religions of the world are basically only methods for turning the living beings toward positive, creative ways.

As for physical difficulties, Whenever they occur Regard them as the product Of your own previous karmic deeds. 27. Live in a quiet place well beyond The limits of towns and cities, Like the corpse of an animal that had run to soltitude. Hide yourself in a life of peace, Anonymous to and unknown by everybody. 38 28. Make always firm the practice of deity yoga. 3 Whenever desire, harmful thoughts, Sleep, dullness, laziness or apathy arise, Place the blame upon yourself And remember the essence of the training.

Trainings makes the distinction of whether one is a Hinayana or Mahayana practitioner. When one's aim is personal nirvana these three trainings only have the ability to eliminate the obscurations to liberation, or the klesa-avari:ma, and one's path becomes Hinayana. When one's. aim is not personal nirvana but rather full Buddhahood for the benefit of all living. beings, these trainings acquire the power to remove the obscurations to knowledge, or the nyer-avarana, and one's path becomes Mahayana.

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