Buddhas Never Leave : Tulkus, 3 Bodies & Reincarnation – Ep. 139
Using Thomas Cleary’s translation of the “Flower Ornament Scripture: The Avatamsaka Sutra” & Wilhelm Reich’s “The Function of the Orgasm: Discovery of the Orgone” Professor Thurman discusses the place of reincarnated Tibetan Tulkus within the Buddha’s teaching of the Three Bodies.
“Being a Buddha is the juiciest experience possible.
Robert AF Thurman
Defining Buddha-hood as as permanent orgasmic state Professor Thurman explains the need for a vivid imagination when understanding the wisdom contained in Buddhist visualization practices focused on transforming the subtle energies of the body & mind.
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