May I see the suchness of the Mind, Dharmakaya







May I see the suchness of the Mind, Dharmakaya

By always keeping it watered

With the unceasing rain of blessings

From the moving clouds of your compassion.



-by HH the 17th Karmapa Ogyen Thinley Dorje

New Delhi, India / Nov 8,2015


(Translated by Ringu Tulku)








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  1. Nieprzerwanie nasączając umysł
    deszczem błogosławieństw stale padającym
    z przepływających chmur Twego współczucia
    - obym widział istotę umysłu, Dharmakaję.

    8 listopada 2015, New Delhi, Przekład: B.S.


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