Commitments   Rabten & Dhargyey

Do Not Be Treacherous.
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We should never withdraw slyly at the beginning of a competition and allow the opponent to think that he will win, knowing full well that this maneuver will eventually bring the victory to us.

Copyright Brian Beresford, 1977, 1996. Excerpted from Advice from a Spiritual Friend, with permission of Wisdom Publications, 199 Elm St., Somerville MA 02144 U.S.A,

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An excellent, comprehensive, and accessible introduction to the Mind Training tradition by two Tibetan lamas, which in addition to commentaries on Chekawa's proverbs also includes commentaries on Atisha's 'Jewel Rosary of an Awakening Warrior' and Langri Tangpa's 'Eight Verses on Mind Training'.
Geshe Rabten's autobiography
Account of Geshe Rabten's retreat, his progress, the insights and realizations he attained, and the advice given himn by his teachers.
The most fundamental text of the Mind Training practice, and also probably the most powerful. Composed by DharmaRakshita, Atisha's Indonesian teacher, around 1000 A.D. With commentary by Geshe Dhargyey. Explains with great clarity how our selfishness, paranoia, and self-absorption return to us like a rock thrown straight up into the air.