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Buddhismo Vajrayana

Il termine Buddhismo Vajrayāna è traducibile in italiano come Buddhismo del veicolo adamantino o Buddhismo del veicolo del diamante. Il termine "Buddhismo Vajrayāna" è reso in: tibetano: rDo-rje theg-pa (rDo-rje, lett. "signore delle pietre")cinese: 金剛乘 Jīngāng shèngcoreano: 금강승 Geumgang seunggiapponese: Kongō jōvietnamita: Kim cương thừa. Vajrayana.

Secular Buddhism

Self, Anatta and Consciousness. Living By the Canon: The Music of the Mind. In the Pali canon, the story is told of a king who hears a sound he has never heard before, and finds that sound to be “tantalizing, lovely, intoxicating, entrancing, and enthralling.”

Living By the Canon: The Music of the Mind

He asks about it and is told it is the sound of a lute. He then asks that this lute be brought to him so he can see what sort of thing it is. The lute is delivered to the king, who examines it with great interest. He takes the lute apart, piece by piece, until it is little more than a pile of splinters.


Schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Pali. Buddhism and Evolution. Buddhism and Science. Dependent Origination. Zen. Buddhism now. Nagarjuna. Vergoldete Statue des Nāgārjuna Nagarjuna (Sanskrit m., नागार्जुन, Nāgārjuna, [naːˈgaːrdʒunɐ]; ca. 2.


Jahrhundert) gilt als die erste historisch bedeutende Persönlichkeit im Kontext des Mahāyāna-Buddhismus. Das zentrale Motiv hinter Nāgārjunas Lehrtätigkeit, die den Grundstein für die „Schule des Mittleren Weges“ (Mādhyamaka) legte und der buddhistischen Philosophie zahlreiche Werke hinterließ, war die Wiederherstellung der Lehre Buddhas, deren Kerngedanke Nāgārjuna zufolge durch die ausufernde Schullehre in einigen Schulen des Hīnayāna Gefahr lief, aus dem Blickpunkt zu geraten. Nāgārjuna machte zur Unterstützung seiner Vorgehensweise systematisch Gebrauch von einem besonderen Argumentationswerkzeug, dem „Urteilsvierkant“ (Sanskrit catuṣkoṭi), mithilfe dessen er logische Widersprüche in den Postulaten seines philosophischen Umfeldes aufzuzeigen und zu dekonstruieren versuchte. Buddhism For Non-Believers. I’ve got that quarter-life crisis swag going on.

Buddhism For Non-Believers

I have yet to be very productive during my post-graduation time. I watch as my friends get bonuses at their jobs, read their tweets about how difficult grad school is, and be astonished that I don’t know one but multiple peers working for Teach For America. Yes, I did get to fulfill my stereotypical wanderlust moment by traveling through SE Asia for six weeks. Dharma. Buddhism. What is Vipassana Meditation. The technique of Vipassana is a simple, practical way to achieve real peace of mind and to lead a happy, useful life.

What is Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana means "to see things as they really are"; it is a logical process of mental purification through self-observation. From time to time, we all experience agitation, frustration and disharmony. When we suffer, we do not keep our misery limited to ourselves; instead, we keep distributing it to others. Certainly this is not a proper way to live. We all want to live at peace within ourselves, and with those around us. Vipassana enables us to experience peace and harmony: it purifies the mind, freeing it from suffering and the deep-seated causes of suffering.

Historical Background Vipassana is one of ’s most ancient meditation techniques. Five centuries after the Buddha, the noble heritage of Vipassana had disappeared from . In our time, Vipassana has been reintroduced to , as well as to citizens from more than eighty other countries, by S.N. S.N. The Practice. Buddhism. Texte ← Engagierter Buddhismus. Samatha. Vipassanā.

Vipassanā (Pāli) or vipaśyanā (विपश्यना, Sanskrit; Chn.


觀 guān; Tib. ལྷག་མཐོང་, lhaktong; Wyl. lhag mthong) in the Buddhist tradition means insight into the true nature of reality.[1][2] In the Theravadin context, this entails insight into the three marks of existence - (1) the impermanence of and (2) the unsatisfactoriness of every conditioned thing that exists, and (3) non-self. Access to Insight. Buddhism. Bodhisattva. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.


Bodhisattva (devanāgarī बोधिसत्त्व) è un sostantivo maschile sanscrito che letteralmente significa "Essere (sattva) 'illuminazione' (bodhi)". È un termine proprio del Buddhismo. Nelle altre lingue asiatiche il termine bodhisattva è così reso: pāli: bodhisatta;cinese púsà ((菩薩)sempl.) Thirty-seven Bodhisattva Practices. (2006 Literal Translation) (rGyal-sras lag-len so-bdun-ma) by Togmey-zangpo (Thogs-med bzang-po) translated by Alexander Berzin, March 2006 Original version published in His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Thirty-seven Bodhisattva Practices

Four Essential Buddhist Commentaries Dharamsala, India: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives, 1983. Homage to Lokeshvara. I prostrate always respectfully, through my three gateways, To the supreme gurus and the Guardian Avalokiteshvara who, Seeing that all phenomena have no coming or going, Make efforts singly for the benefit of wandering beings. Fully enlightened Buddhas, the sources of benefit and happiness, Have come about from (their) having actualized the hallowed Dharma. Precious Human Life The Circumstances Most Conducive for Taking Advantage of a Precious Human Life Death and Impermanence The Importance of Having Proper Friends Safe Direction (Refuge) Refraining from Destructive Behavior Working for Liberation Developing a Bodhicitta Aim Exchanging Self with Others Conclusion.