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Lions Roar : September 2015
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2015 60 55. Taming. Here at last we begin to see that pat- terns can change, habits can be unlearned, and compassion and wisdom truly can be realized and practiced. We rely on the support of the three treasures—buddha, dharma, and sangha— because we can’t do it by ourselves, and nobody else can do it for us either. In diligent application, patience and generosity toward ourselves and others is the moment-by-moment practice. Chögyam Trungpa’s Comment: Once caught, the taming of the ox is achieved by the precision of meditative panoramic awareness and the sharp whip of transcendental knowledge. The bodhisattva has accomplished the transcen- dent acts (paramitas)—not dwelling on anything.