Ordinary People Do Not Question

“Ordinary people do not question the commonly accepted version of reality. They conform to the standard values of subduing enemies and cherishing friends and family.  Materialism, ambition and mundane achievements are the worldly hallmarks of success.  We experience the phenomenal world and our minds as solid and truly existent.  Very few people doubt these assertions and question their solidity.  Yet, the process of disbelief is the first step on the spiritual path.”

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche was considered one of the greatest Tibetan Buddhist masters of his time. Urgyen Rinpoche spoke about “the Great Middle Way,” called Dzogchen.  He died on February 13, 1996.


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After thirty years of teaching Inner City, Special Education students and forty-five years of metaphysical studies, I have decided to share my life's philosophical understandings on this wonderful website. For me, everything in my life has been a spiritual experience from being raised in an alcoholic household, to marriage and teaching, and finally caring for an Alzheimer parent. I have sought at least fifteen, personal psychic readings to try and assist me as a wife, teacher and caretaker. I want to share the wisdom that I have gained from following the valuable spiritual guidance from my inner knowing and from heeding the advise of channeled answers from trusted psychics. At almost 70 years old, I am writing, traveling and enjoying retirement in Florida.

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