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Urging for Pleasure is a Burning Obsession! Sense-Desire is the foremost and deepest mental hind rance ( Nivarana ). The texts given below aim at illustrating how this obsessive and addictive urge for sensing only pleasure in the form of sights, sounds, smells, tastes and touches arise, cease, and is finally cured. The present-day dominance of the porno and entertainment industry speaks -in itself- clearly of this problems abundance among human beings today... The Blessed Buddha once said: On this occasion the Blessed One was staying at Gaya's Head, together with a thousand Bhikkhus.
There was once a stone cutter who was dissatisfied with himself and with his position in life.
Question - Why are all the Religions against Sex? And why are you not against Sex? Osho - All the religions are against sex because that is the only way to make you miserable. That is the only way to make you feel guilty. That is the only way to reduce you to being sinners.
In our latest podcast with Theravada teacher Daniel Ingram he breaches the taboo of enlightenment by discussing the enlightenment of other teachers.
Gautama Is Not The Buddha It is important to understand the nature of truth. It will help you to see the fact as it is and to deal with the complex structure of illusions created by mind. I agree on the fact that truth can … Continue reading Posted in Articles Tagged Buddha , Buddhism , Conclusion , Creation , Enlightenment , Gautam , Gautama , Meditation , Mind , New , Philosophy , Religion , Theology , Thought , Truth
The New Human Race that Cannot Get Sick Children of the New Dream Interview with Drunvalo Melchizedek By Diane Cooper Diane: So Drunvalo…who are these “Children of the New Dream” that you are so excited about?
S how me the suffering of the most miserable; So I will know my people's plight. Free me to pray for others; For you are present in every person. Help me take responsibility for my own life; So that I can be free at last.
We are deeply imprinted by the suffering we have caused others. This imprint is sometimes felt as shame , guilt or remorse, and it’s our heart’s sensitivity calling us to attention. In the Buddhist teachings, such sensitivity can be intelligent and healthy—it plays an important role in awakening and freeing our hearts.
Book Two, Part I—Buddha and His Vishad Yoga 1. * To preach or not to preach * -- 2. * Proclamation of good news by Bramha Sahampati * -- 3. * Two types of conversion * 1.
Suggestions and pointers can be very useful, but we may eventually outgrow them.
Meditation is about getting used to being in the state of non-distraction. Or, and this is even better, mediation is about not being distracted by your distractions!
Do Buddhists believe in a god?
Text Reading from UZ Practice Period 8/12/12
As things cycle in life, questions begin to repeat themselves in bunches. This is an excerpt of another article I wrote many moons ago. It is my hope it answers a number of the recent email questions received. It is interesting to hear perspectives of the Universal Laws of Attraction and Karma.