Lama Rod Owens

‘When we reflect on the Buddha, we are reflecting on an example of a being who modeled a particular path of enlightenment based on the premise that we can train the mind to let go of delusion and embrace clarity. When we reflect on the dharma, we reflect on the teachings of the Buddha as well as the truth, or the law of how things really are as they relate to letting go of delusion and embracing clarity. When we reflect on the sangha, or spiritual community, we are reflecting on the community of fellow practitioners who are working together supporting one another to let go of delusion and embrace clarity. These are the traditional three supports we rely on in oour practice to obtain liberation… Without support, we get lost in the delusion and lose our relationship with clarity.’ (Love and Rage)


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