By David Over the years I’ve learned dozens of little tricks and insights for making life more fulfilling. They’ve added up to a significant improvement in the ease and quality of my day-to-day life.
Ram Bahadur Bomjon He drew thousands of visitors and media attention by spending months in meditation. Nicknamed the Buddha Boy, he began his meditation on May 16, 2005. He reportedly disappeared from the hollow tree where he had been meditating for months on March 16, 2006, but was found by some followers a week later. He told them he had left his meditation place, where large crowds had been watching him, "because there is no peace". He then went his own way and reappeared elsewhere in Nepal on December 26, 2006, but left again on March 8, 2007. Ram Bahadur Bomjon
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How to Fall into Spiritual Awakening "The beautiful thing about a dogis he's never going to lie to you. If he's sad, he's going to tell you.If he's glad to see you,he's going to tell you. But there is somethinghidden unconsciouslyin the human conditionthat says what you areexperiencing is wrong.
“Most of our troubles are due to our passionate desire for and attachment to things that we misapprehend as enduring entities.” ~Dalai Lama Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha. If there’s one thing we all have in common it’s that we want to feel happy; and on the other side of that coin, we want to avoid hurting. Yet we consistently put ourselves in situations that set us up for pain. We pin our happiness to people, circumstances, and things and hold onto them for dear life.
How to Transcend Ego in Meditation "If you practice being present in meditation,you will find even beyond the thinkingthat there is this reflexive urgeto separate yourself from this moment. It is almost like two magnetsthat repel each other with all of their strength. This is the ego. You could even define the egoas the action of separationfrom this moment. Because if you are fully presentin this moment,there is no ego.
Karma and Rebirth - Reincarnation in the Buddhist View
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The following questions and answers are taken from the 1894 book about Buddhism called The Gospel of Buddha. This is a compilation from ancient records by Paul Carus. On a certain day when the Blessed One dwelt at Jetavana, the garden of Anathapindika, a celestial deva came to him in the shape of a Brahman whose countenance was bright and whose garments were white like snow. 67 Not Out: 21 Questions Of Life Answered By The Buddha
Remembering The Life of Harold Ramis (Photo Credit: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for The Second City) The author of Groundhog Day, Harold Ramis, was raised Jewish, but said he felt Buddhist. He died this week. art of dharma. | A Buddhist Blog on Dharma, Compassion, Meditation, Yoga, Vegetarian, and more..