Disturbing mind & Wisdom

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Disturbing mind & Wisdom

  1. 1. D i s t u r b i n g m i n d & W i s d o mMind FlowReality : InterdependenceIgnorance WisdomSelf-centered mind :*Attachment*Arrogance*Greed…etc.Destructive emotion :*Anger, HatredAltruistic mind (Reason):*Compassion*Warm-heart*Gentleness…etc.Calm mind :*Peace of mind(Care for the happiness of yourself only) (Care for the happiness of others)Mind Flow*Anger, Hatred*Jealousy*Fear, Sorrow…etc.*Peace of mind*Friendship*Cooperation…etc.Positive actionNegative actionHappinessSufferingNegative consequence BenefitPositive motivationNegative motivationHitoshi Tsuchiyama2013.6.19Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Relation between Disturbing mindand Wisdom (1)1. Disturbing mind arises from Ignorance.2. We suffer from disturbing mind.3. After analyzing our sufferings, we notice that disturbingCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.mind causes sufferings.4. We study methods to eliminate sufferings.5. We notice that we need to eliminate our ignorance which isthe source of sufferings in order to eliminate our disturbingmind.
  3. 3. Relation between Disturbing mindand Wisdom (2)6. We become aware that the method to eliminate ourignorance is the wisdom which understands the ultimatereality of interdependence.Copyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.7. We succeed in eliminating our ignorance and our disturbingmind through the wisdom.8. Therefore, the wisdom attained through our disturbingmind actually eliminates our ignorance and disturbingmind.
  4. 4. Relation between Disturbing mindand Wisdom (3)* Because we attain wisdom from our disturbing mind, ourdisturbing mind eliminates our disturbing mind itself. Becausewe cant attain wisdom without experiencing disturbing mind,we cant eliminate our sufferings without experiencingCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, HitoshiCopyright © 2013, Hitoshi TsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyamaTsuchiyama. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.. All rights reserved.we cant eliminate our sufferings without experiencingsufferings!tree: disturbingmindbug: wisdomeat upborn from
  5. 5. How to transform our mind1. Conviction of(1) the ultimate reality of ‘Interdependence’ or(2) the law of causality or(3) the effects of compassion2. Practice of ‘Compassion’2. Practice of ‘Compassion’[Compassion : Reason : Universal Moral Ethics] :Compassion, Warm-heart, Gentleness, Kindness, Care,Sincerity, Honesty, Self-confidence, Trust, Respect,Appreciation, Modesty, Self-discipline, Patience, Tolerance,Forgiveness, Sympathy, Empathy, Generosity, Non-violence…etc.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. P r a c t i c e ‘ C o m p a s s i o n ’SpiritBodyInstinctEmotionReason (Compassion)Thought (Motivation)Instinct & Emotion [Transformed]SpeechActionMindKarmaHuman StructureFor your meaningful, healthy & happy lifeSpiritControllerSmileHuman StructureHitoshi Tsuchiyama2013.6.19Copyright © 2013, Hitoshi Tsuchiyama. All rights reserved.

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