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Impermanence:::

My mentor and teacher on meditation monk Lama Khenpo Tashi share this thought with me in one of my trips to Bhutan: Human suffering arises from the property of impermanency to which all existence is subject. If we understand impermanency, enlightenment is possible.

” Impermanence is the rising, passing and changing of things that have into being or have arisen. This means that these things never persist in the same way, but are vanishing, changing, dissolving from moment to moment.”
From the Visuddhimagga( “PATH TO PURITY”) By Buddhagosa

I will write more on meditation and my Journey to Bhutan were I contributed with photographs for the book of my friend Khenpo about the Life of Buddha based on Mahayana tradition.

Noelia

Learning mindful living meditation with Khenpo in Paro, Bhutan
Learning mindful living meditation with Khenpo in Paro, Bhutan
After Khenpo's talk mindful living meditation for the implementation of meditation in schools in Bhutan.
After Khenpo’s talk mindful living meditation for the implementation of meditation in schools in Bhutan.
After our meditation practice in the oldest temple from 8th century in Paro, Bhutan
After our meditation practice in the oldest temple from 8th century in Paro, Bhutan
“Journey to Liberation” Book with my collaboration on the photographs of paintings of the life of Buddha based on Mahayana tradition.

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