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Ten Minutes to Liberation

Ten Minutes to Liberation
  • Author : Venerable Yongtah
  • Publisher : Seoul Selection
  • Pub. Date : Feb 2017
  • Cover : Hard Cover
  • Dimensions (in inches) : 5.7 x 8.1 x 0.6
  • Pages : 216
  • ISBN : 9781624120831


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  • If given ten minutes, how would you manage your mind?


    Momentary liberation may be a matter of purifying ourselves of greed or anger by rolling around a single thought when greed and anger arise to harm the purity of our minds. Daily liberation is a matter of setting aside time during the day for Zen meditation—be it ten minutes, thirty minutes, or sixty or more minutes—so that the sense of self disappears. Liberation should also be discussed in terms of its different dimensions, but the most primary form of liberation is the light “no-self” feeling that one senses when the feeling of the self disappears.




    Preface 6


    Chapter 1

    The “Special Forces” of Happiness Life Is Cultivation 11

    Declaring Yourself a Living Buddha 16

    The Three Aspects of the Living Buddha 23

    The View of Great Aspiration: “When We Emanate Great Hope and Love, Our Greed, Anger, and Delusion Vanish” 29

    The Beauty of “But” 35

    The Seeds of Tomorrow Lie in Dreams Today 40

    Living Here and Now 45

    Awakened as We Are 51

    Establishing a Path of Practice 57

    The “Special Forces” of Happiness 63

    A Pebble Preaches the Dharma: The Dharma Preached by the Dharmakaya 69

    Conversation Topics 75

    Ten Minutes of Meditation, Ten Minutes to Liberation 80

    The 110 Idea: Life and Values 86

    The Three Beats: The Basic Faith of “Confronting Spaces” 90

    Meditating on Death 95


    Chapter 2

    Tending the Garden of the Mind The Conditions of Happiness 105

    Jeukbi 1: “A Cup Is Not a Cup, but What We Have Named ‘Cup’” 111

    Jeukbi 2: A Secret Plan for Hope 117

    Your Share, My Share 123

    Lift Up the Consciousness: The Ten Levels of Contentment 129

    Gratitude Meditation 135

    Tending the Garden of the Mind 140

    The Five Main Forms of “Bad Talking” 145

    Riding on the Infinite 151

    Buddhism’s Dual Truths 157

    A Dedication to Humankind 163

    Have You Been Happy Lately? 169

    Packaging Is Also a Gift 175

    Mind Practice for Accepting the Pains of Disease 180


    Chapter 3

    Gaining the Ember of Awakening The Not-the-Self View 1: Siddhartha’s Puzzle 189

    The Not-the-Self View 2: The Self Is the Root of Suffering and Warfare 194

    The Not-the-Self View 3: When We Dismantle a Cart, It Is No Longer a Cart 199

    The Not-the-Self View 4: The Mind Is Drawn by Thoughts 205 Gaining the Ember of Awakening 211

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