Photo 22 Mar 27 notes Description	
Kaiser Akbar bändigt einen Elefanten

Description
Kaiser Akbar bändigt einen Elefanten

Photo 21 Mar 26 notes Laos children , LaosEssentialArtistry

Laos children , LaosEssentialArtistry

Photo 21 Mar 101 notes kelledia:

Tara the Liberator
The Tibetans call her Jetsun Drolma. She is fully enlightened and inseparable from the absolute true nature, the dharmakaya; rushing to the aid of beings when we call upon her with heartfelt devotion. Meditating on her helps us awaken our own buddhanature.She is both peaceful and wrathful, beautiful and powerful.

kelledia:

Tara the Liberator

The Tibetans call her Jetsun Drolma. She is fully enlightened and inseparable from the absolute true nature, the dharmakaya; rushing to the aid of beings when we call upon her with heartfelt devotion. Meditating on her helps us awaken our own buddhanature.She is both peaceful and wrathful, beautiful and powerful.

Photo 21 Mar 15 notes justdharmaquotes:

Experiencing Mental Happiness ~ 17th Karmapahttp://bit.ly/1j8PDlm

Different things in this world can bring happiness and enjoyment. The most important of them all is what brings peace and happiness to our minds. How can we develop these? Usually, our minds are filled with the movement of concepts that disturb it. When the mind is set in motion this way, it cannot remain one-pointed and goes astray, unable to rest within. For this reason, mental happiness eludes us. When these concepts are dissolved into the nature of mind, we will experience the feeling of mental happiness. There are many methods for creating a mind that is one-pointed and joyful, the most important of which is meditation.

17th Karmapa

from the book “Music In The Sky: The Life, Art, And Teachings Of The 17Th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje”http://amzn.to/19VQrGc

translated by Michele Martin

justdharmaquotes:

Experiencing Mental Happiness ~ 17th Karmapa
http://bit.ly/1j8PDlm

Different things in this world can bring happiness and enjoyment. The most important of them all is what brings peace and happiness to our minds. How can we develop these? Usually, our minds are filled with the movement of concepts that disturb it. When the mind is set in motion this way, it cannot remain one-pointed and goes astray, unable to rest within. For this reason, mental happiness eludes us. When these concepts are dissolved into the nature of mind, we will experience the feeling of mental happiness. There are many methods for creating a mind that is one-pointed and joyful, the most important of which is meditation.

17th Karmapa

from the book “Music In The Sky: The Life, Art, And Teachings Of The 17Th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje”
http://amzn.to/19VQrGc

translated by Michele Martin

Photo 20 Mar 16 notes Headdress
Date: 1800–1945 Culture: Chinese Medium: feathers, paper, metal, stone

Headdress
Date: 1800–1945 Culture: Chinese Medium: feathers, paper, metal, stone

Photo 20 Mar 268 notes ombuddha:

The nature of everything is illusory and ephemeral, Those with dualistic perception regard suffering as happiness, Like they who lick the honey from a razor’s edge. How pitiful are they who cling strongly to concrete reality: Turn your attention within, my heart friends.
Nyoshul Khen Ripoche.
Photo by Timothy Teruo Watters.

ombuddha:

The nature of everything is illusory and ephemeral, Those with dualistic perception regard suffering as happiness, Like they who lick the honey from a razor’s edge. How pitiful are they who cling strongly to concrete reality: Turn your attention within, my heart friends.

Nyoshul Khen Ripoche.

Photo by Timothy Teruo Watters.

Photo 20 Mar 190 notes taishou-kun:

Ito Shinsui 伊東深水 (1898-1972)
 Tanabata Festival 七夕まつり - 1931

taishou-kun:

Ito Shinsui 伊東深水 (1898-1972)

Tanabata Festival 七夕まつり - 1931

Photo 19 Mar 1,115 notes nature-planet:

In dreams I can fly | Manuela Kulpa

nature-planet:

In dreams I can fly | Manuela Kulpa
Photo 19 Mar 120 notes geisterseher:

Robert Fortune, A journey to the tea countries of China : including Sung-Lo and the Bohea hills; with a short notice of the East India Company’s tea plantations in the Himalaya mountains (1852)

geisterseher:

Robert Fortune, A journey to the tea countries of China : including Sung-Lo and the Bohea hills; with a short notice of the East India Company’s tea plantations in the Himalaya mountains (1852)

Photo 19 Mar 196 notes astonishing-moments:

Steve Sanchez

astonishing-moments:

Steve Sanchez


Design crafted by Prashanth Kamalakanthan. Powered by Tumblr.