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Make Your Mind an Ocean

To enter the spiritual path, you must begin to understand your own mental attitude and how your mind perceives things. If you're all caught up in attachment to tiny atoms, your limited, craving mind will make it impossible for you to enjoy life's pleasures. External energy is so incredibly limited that if you allow yourself to be bound by it, your mind itself will become just as limited. When your mind is narrow, small things easily agitate you. In this series of lectures, Lama speaks on the nature of mind and the Buddhist approach to mental health. Of particular interest here is 'A Buddhist Approach to Mental Illness', a talk Lama gave to a group of Western mental health practitioners, and which highlights the differences between the two approaches to mental health and perhaps lays the foundation for a greater understanding between the two.

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Filename:mindocean.pdf
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Keywords:Mind / Lama Yeshe
Author:Ven. Lama Thubten Yeshe
Tradition:Vajra / Tibetan Vajra / Tibetan
Country:Tibet
Licensing:Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive
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