Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is a Buddhist Spiritual Scholar. Jetsunma is a title honored to her by Tibet Buddhists on her accomplishment of becoming a Spiritual nun. 

Her origin is from England she was born in Hertfordshire county. She was raised in a Spiritual environment from her childhood. At the age of 20, she moved to India, Himachal Pradesh (Northern Part of India) where she started practicing Meditation and living in complete Isolation.

“When we are angry, when we are excited, when we are depressed, when we are elated, we are completely submerged in and identified with those thoughts and feelings. This is why we suffer. We suffer because we are completely identified with our thoughts and feelings and we think this is me. This is who I am.”

She has been influential for all the women in the early 20th century as she became the spiritual nun to practice Buddhism.

According to Tenzin, the purpose of life is to make others happy, serving others, and helping others to achieve their goal. The meaning is to dive inside ourselves to find our true nature of Awareness. The combination of our Awareness and Compassion within ourselves gives meaning to every action we take.

Mastering yourself over your mind is the best exercise one can follow to lead in a spiritual path.

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“The only thing happening is the present moment, which is going so fast that we have almost lost it before it is even here.”

About – Practicing the Spiritual exercise will help to shatter our ego and make the world a better place for all. Spiritual practice helps us to wake up from the dream world and enlighten ourselves.

“We are each living in our own soap opera. We do not see things as they really are. We see only our interpretations. This is because our minds are always so busy…But when the mind calms down, it becomes clear. This mental clarity enables us to see things as they really are, instead of projecting our commentary on everything.”

About – She explains how Buddhism accepting the practices of Spirituality for Women. She shows gratitude for His Holiness Dalai Lama for supporting the act of women adopting NUN life.

“The more you realize, the more you realize there is nothing to realize. The idea that there’s somewhere we have got to get to, and something we have to attain, is our basic delusion.”

About – The one who says that I want to be enlightened therefore, I am entering a Spiritual path, that can never be an enlightened being.
It is a spiritual ego, ‘I’ can never be enlightened.

“One of the advantages of being born in an affluent society is that if one has any intelligence at all, one will realize that having more and more won’t solve the problem, and happiness does not lie in possessions, or even relationships: The answer lies within ourselves. If we can’t find peace and happiness there, it’s not going to come from the outside.”