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During the course of my life, on account of my training in the Buddhist teachings, I have gained some experiential understanding; I have thought a lot about these topics, and this is what I would like to share with you. However, if, as I speak, I relate my experience to the Buddhist teachings, it is not in order to propagate...read more »
During the course of my life, on account of my training in the Buddhist teachings, I have gained...read more »
Excerpt from The Wheel of Life by the Dalai Lama.
Dependent-arising is the general philosophy of all Buddhist systems even though many different interpretations are found among those systems. in Sanskrit the word for dependent-arising is pratītyasamutpāda. The word ...read more »
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When suddenly one day one of your loved ones dies and you don’t know what to do to help, you’ll feel so confused, so lost. Recently a Buddhist student of mine told me that this is what happened to her when her father died unexpectedly. This made me think that knowing how to help others at the time of death is such...read more »
When suddenly one day one of your loved ones dies and you don’t know what to do to...read more »
Excerpt from Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner.
Sometimes the truth hurts.And sometimes it feels real good. —Henry Rollins
Nothing is sacred. Doubt—in everything—is absolutely essential. Everything, no matter how great, how fundamental, how...read more »
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Excerpt from Kindfulness by Ajahn Brahm.
In this section, I’m going to introduce you in detail to the first part of kindfulness, present-moment awareness and breath meditation.
This kind of meditation unfolds in stages. You may wish to go briskly through the practices described in this little book...read more »