Sep 21, 2015

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Refusing Uninvited Guests (Từ chối vị khách không mời mà tới)

Refusing Uninvited Guests (Từ chối vị khách không mời mà tới) As the Buddhist practitioners, every day, we use the mantra broom to sweep the garbage out of the consciousness’s house.  And at the same time, we try not to take in the garbage so as to avoid  the cleaning again.  But how to identify the consciousness’s garbage as it is  so small and subtle that scientists cannot see even with the microscope? Some practitioners of Buddhism and external  Buddhist use only one  way to avoid  environment pollution.  For instance, it is said that in the market or at home, it’s not so easy to collect the garbage of consciousness so they come into the temple to avoid. Or others said that they cannot practice in the bustling city so they come to dwell in the mountain to avoid the social communication.  However, it’s so hard to do so because their consciousness  remains being disturbed by delusion ( present, past, future

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