By Deepak Chopra — 2017
Omniscience, the ability to know everything, has a strong spiritual tradition, which places it as a divine quality, not a human one.
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Larry Yang takes an honest look at what it means to be a dharma teacher who hasn’t been, and doesn’t imagine ever being, enlightened.
One of the most popular Buddhist teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area these days is not a Tibetan lama or a traditional Zen master but an unconventional, an American-born lay teacher named Adyashanti.
In our practice the most important thing is to realize that we have buddhanature. Intellectually we may know this, but it is rather difficult to accept.
Awakening is not the same for everyone—even spiritual masters manifest their wisdom differently and took various paths to get there.
Enlightenment . . . consists of waking up to new possibilities, including the possibility of an “I” that isn’t defined by your story.