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Buddhadharma : Summer 2013
40 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY SUMMER 2 0 1 3 AS PRACTITIONERS of the buddhadharma— whether we are new or experienced—we practice because we’re unhappy with the miserable state of samsara. In the Vajrayana tradition, we vow to bring temporary comfort and ultimate libera- tion to each and every sentient being mired in profound suffering, and at times it can be quite difficult to understand how we might possibly achieve such a lofty goal. Often I am asked how one can make progress on this path, and my advice is to be practical. Most of us do not associate spiritual practice with practicality. It is an interesting phenom- enon, since Western society and culture tend to The Practical Practitioner If you want to get anywhere with your practice, says Anyen Rinpoche, it must be built on intellectual and experiential certainty. PHOTO | JEREMY BAEZA GREGCRADICK