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The Practice of Lojong

Cultivating Compassion through Training the Mind

by Traleg Kyabgon

  • 211 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Shambhala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mind, body, spirit: mysticism & self-awareness,
  • Buddhism,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Buddhism - General,
  • Religion / Buddhism,
  • Bka®-gdams-pa (Sect),
  • Blo-sbyoçn,
  • Spiritual life

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKen Wilber (Foreword)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8846026M
    ISBN 101590303784
    ISBN 109781590303788
    OCLC/WorldCa74941222

    The Lojong Practice. To practice Lojong you need a set of the slogan cards and some good volumes of Lojong Online set of virtual cards are based on the Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche translation as found in his book Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness (first edition) which also contains his excellent comments. Another good resource is Pema Chödrön's Start Where You.   Lojong is the Tibetan Buddhist practice that involves working with short phrases (called "slogans") as a way of generating compassion. Norman Fischer's commentary applies Zen wisdom to them and shows lojong to be a wonderful method for everyone, including those who'd just like to.

    For well over a year, Acharya Judy Lief, teacher in the Shambhala tradition of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, has been offering weekly commentary on one of Atisha’s 59 mind-training (Tib. lojong) slogans, which serve as the basis for a complete practice. With this week’s entry, Judy has now given teachings on all 59 slogans.   Buy a cheap copy of Training in Compassion: Zen Teachings on book by Norman Fischer. Lojong is the Tibetan Buddhist practice that involves working with short phrases (called slogans) as a way of generating bodhichitta, the heart and mind of Free shipping over $

    Recently, I've become interested in learning about the lojong practice. I like the approach of embracing both the dark and the light, and using both as leverage for creating compassion. Many of the "slogans" seem to bear a direct relationship with the Pali teachings I've studied. Lojong, in other words, is an unsurpassed manual for the awakening of gnosis. It gets more interesting. Gnosis in action, according to Buddhism, is compassion. And it is the twofold practice of nondual awareness and compassion that characterizes and evokes bodhicitta, or the enlightened mind and heart. The point is that Lojong.


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The word lojong is Tibetan for “mind training.” The practice is revered throughout Tibet as containing the very essence of the great Mahayana Buddhist teachings, helpfully organized into seven easily understood groups.

Further, these teachings are distilled and presented in their absolutely essential core: practice these, and you practice Size: KB. A prominent Zen teacher offers The Practice of Lojong book “direct, penetrating, and powerful” perspective on a popular mind training practice of Tibetan Buddhism (Rick Hanson, author of Buddha’s Brain) Lojong is the Tibetan Buddhist practice of working with short phrases (called "slogans") to generate bodhichitta, the heart and mind of enlightened compassion.

With roots tracing back to the A.D., the practice has gained /5(91). Lojong is a really wonderful and powerful practice that offers an accessible core of the mahayana.

Lojong is a set of slogans; overall, their themes encourage us to take difficulties, crisis and pain and transform it into an opportunity to deepen mindfulness, compassion, and self-growth/5. The lojong teachings are organized around seven points that contain fifty-nine pithy slogans that remind us how to awaken our hearts.

Presented here are nineteen of those slogans: First, train in the preliminaries. The preliminaries are also known as the four reminders. In. Lojong was originally brought to Tibet by an Indian Buddhist teacher named Atisha.

It is a mind training practice in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and is based on a set of aphorisms formulated in Tibet in the 12th century by Geshe Chekhawa.

The practice involves refining and purifying one's motivations and attitudes. For many centuries Indian and Tibetan Buddhists have employed this collection of pithy, penetrating Dharma slogans to develop compassion, equanimity, lovingkindness, and joy for others.

Known as the lojong —or mind-training—teachings, these slogans have been the subject of deep study, contemplation, and commentary by many great masters/5(3). "Lojong is the Tibetan Buddhist practice that involves working with short phrases (called "slogans") as a way of generating bodhichitta, the heart and mind of enlightened compassion.

Shambala Publications" I could never, in a million years, begin to explain the contents of this book/5. Lojong / Mind Training Reader's Guide Lojong, or mind training, is a core practice in all the lineages of the Tibetan tradition. They can perhaps best be characterized as a method for transforming our mind by turning away from self-centeredness and cultivating instead the mental habits that generate bodhicitta, the awakened mind that puts the benefit of others above all else.

About The Practice of Lojong For many centuries Indian and Tibetan Buddhists have employed this collection of pithy, penetrating Dharma slogans to develop compassion, equanimity, lovingkindness, and. Chödrön P () () Be Grateful to Everyone - An In-depth Guide to the Practice of Lojong Shambhala Audio Presents Introduction to the Retreat The History of Lojong Unbroken Lineage Create Two Lists: Love and Compassion First, train in /5.

The lojong teachings include instruction in formless meditation, in the practice of “sending and taking” (tonglen), and in postmeditation practice—putting our meditation into action in our daily lives.

These teachings are attributed to the great tenth-century Buddhist master Atisha Dipankara and became widely known after the Tibetan teacher Geshe Chekawa arranged and summarized them in a.

Known as the lojong--or mind-training--teachings, these slogans have been the subject of deep study, contemplation, and commentary by many great masters. In this volume, Traleg Kyabgon offers a fresh translation of the slogans as well as in-depth new commentary of each. Lojong mind training practice was developed over a year period between and CE, as part of the Mahāyāna school of Buddhism.

Atiśa (– CE), a Bengali meditation master, is generally regarded as the originator of the practice. It is described in his book Lamp on the Path to Enlightenment (Bodhipathapradīpaṃ). The Practice of Lojong, by Traleg Kyabgon: Practicing with the 59 Lojong slogans.

After checking out the book from our library, I decided to buy it. I found Kyabgon Rinpoche's writing to be modern and down-to-earth. He includes lots of helpful detail to explain the pithy sayings of Lojong/5(42). A central practice in the lojong teachings is compassion.

Through it we can truly connect with others and effect our spiritual transformation. The mental training of tonglen, a compassion meditation practice, enables us to become more fearless and less wrapped up in our own concerns.

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Known as the lojong—or mind-training—teachings, these slogans have been the subject of deep study, contemplation, and commentary by many great masters. In this volume, Traleg Kyabgon offers a fresh translation of the slogans as well as in-depth new commentary of each.

‎For many centuries Indian and Tibetan Buddhists have employed this collection of pithy, penetrating Dharma slogans to develop compassion, equanimity, lovingkindness, and joy for others.

Known as the lojong - or mind-training - teachings, these slogans have been the subject of 5/5(2).