Lobma.

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Gender MALE
Location United Kingdom
Introduction Lobma means disciple in Tibetan, or more specifically disciple of the dharma. Dharma means 'the way,' or reality. Reality isn't exclusive to Buddhism, most of the World’s major religions have a mystical strand running through them; there are mystic paths within Christianity, Hinduism and Islam. Buddhism however does offer a quicker and more direct method of dealing with the sufferings that beset mankind. My eyes were opened to the journey, by my now deceased master, Karma Tashi Thundrup, whose deep compassion, awareness and humility were a continuous source of comfort during many days of bewilderment, whilst swimming in the ocean of sorrow that is samsara. I associate deeply with the Kagupta School of Tibetan Buddhism and have a keen appreciation of the Dzogchen, Mahamudra and Rinzei Zen traditions of awakening. May all beings be free from sorrow and the causes of sorrow, and may all beings live in eternal happiness, which is sorrow less.
Interests Chime Rinpoche, Dharma, Tibetan, Buddhism, Dzogchen, Quantum physics, Forest Gardening, Sustainable living, Countryside, leafy lanes, small streams, pebbles, compost heaps, woods, small furry mammals, Padmasambharva, Chime Rinpoche, Permaculture, Helen, my family.
Favorite Movies The Age of Stupid. Addicted to Plastic. The Buddha Wild Monk in a Hut, Waste = Food, Amoungst The White Clouds.
Favorite Music All Early Music, Palestrina, Thomas Tallis, John Taverner, Phillip Glass, John Byrd.
Favorite Books Foundations of Tibetan Mysticism by Lama Anarika Govinda, The Tibbetan Book of the Dead, edited by W.Y Evans-Wentz, The Tibettan Book of Living and Dying, by Sogyal Rinpoche. The Tao of Physics by Fritzof Capra. Quantum Physics Cannot Hurt You by Marcus Chown. Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrine, edited by W Y Evans-Wentz. Creating a Forest Garden by Martin Crawford.Glimpse After Glimpse, by Sogyal Rinpoche. In Search of Schrodinger's Cat by John Griblin.

Does a dog have Buddha nature? MU.