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Religion February 8, 2010 Buddhism Six Paramitas (actions that are liberating, liberating actions, transcending actions, actions that get us outside our ego) when your occupied with jealousy, anger, etc. your mind is preoccupied Generosity - stinginess Meaningful Behavior - careless no mindful, patience - avoid/overcome anger joyful effort (enthusiasm) - laziness meditation - dullness distraction wisdom - duality concepts - this is how things are. . i understand that. . wisdom wants to overcome concepts. . the concepts aren't wisdom. .. wisdom is about overcoming duality. . duality = one or the other. . for example when you raze children do your homework or no desert. .. many of the times its not either or. . non duality is about experiencing things as one or interconnected Buddhism - Tibetan Buddhism - Karma Kasya - Diamond Way (western form of tibetan buddhism) (check website) Four Wishes that Buddhism Addresses (Four ingredients) 1. Excellence ("virtue") - wholesome human beings, you must be aware of what you are supposed to do, what
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