from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or being a renunciate.
- n. One who has renounced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To renounce.
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We follow the words of a renunciate teacher about money; we follow the teachings of someone who's never been in a relationship about relationship.
But only a true renunciate renounces interest in his own mind -- renounces his ideas, his beliefs, his hopes, his conditioning, his wounds, his defeats, his victories, his past, and his future.
Just because one may not be living as a renunciate sannyasin, it doesn't mean that one is not expected to be a full-bodied expression of faith or even have the capacity to become a deeply realized God-man or God-woman.
Such a manifestation doesn't match animal behavior, nor does it match the march of human history, nor do I consider it to be in alignment with the spiritual path except for the voluntary renunciate.
Then he saw a wandering renunciate seeker after truth as the fourth sight which informed him that people do seek the truth.
The text is in the form of a letter sent in response to a request for further instruction by his friend, the renunciate meditator Konchog-tsultrim (dKon-mchog tshul-khrims), with whom Tsongkhapa exchanged many teachings.
Saraha told him that if he became a renunciate and recited the
This Abbreviated Presentation of the Practice of the Graded Path to Enlightenment, has been compiled, so that it may not be forgotten, at Ganden Namgyel Monastery on the Great Drog Mountain (Tibet), by the renunciate monk (Tsongkhapa), Lozang-dragpa, who has heard many (teachings).
These include full ordination, by bhikshus, of a candidate who has not become a homeless renunciate first; full ordination of a bhikshuni through a bhikshu procedure; and full ordination, by bhikshus and bhikshunis, of a bhikshuni through a bhikshu procedure.
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