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Ganachakra Ganachakra On a more pastoral vajrayana and haughty lamas… A few weeks ago I read an excellent article about Pope Francis shaking up the ecclesiastic leadership in the United States, and the subsequent reactions from more conservative Catholics. I found myself, despite my own sense of satisfaction in learning more about how the nuts and bolts of how Catholicism in America works, feeling sad and emotional around how far it seems that we as practitioners of Vajrayana have to go in the West before such conversations can occur around the quality of presence of our own spiritual leadership. In a way, we Vajrayana Buddhists are lacking when it comes to real authentic pastoral presence.
FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS - StumbleUpon The Four Noble Truths represent the core of the teachings of the Buddha, and are as follows: The First Noble Truth - dissatisfaction and suffering exist and are universally experienced. The Second Noble Truth - Desire and attachment are the causes of dissatisfaction and suffering. The Third Noble Truth - There is an end to dissatisfaction and suffering. The Fourth Noble Truth - The end can be attained by journeying on the Noble Eight-fold Path. THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH: Right Understanding, Right Thinking, Right Speech, Right Attitude, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, Right Concentration.

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The review editors at Buddhadharma have sorted through stacks of the many new Buddhist books published this year. Narrowing them down to a short list wasn’t easy. The Miracle of Everyday Mindfulness Buddhadharma - Home
Aquí puedes ver todos los domingos las clases de Venerable Damcho sobre budismo, en vivo y en español. Ver Horarios y ayuda técnica. Hasta una hora antes de la siguiente plática en vivo, en esta pantalla puedes ver la última charla grabada. Te invitamos a visitar "Nuestro archivo" de pláticas anteriores con muchos temas relevantes: identidad, comunicación, emociones perturbadoras, etc. Inscripción a los cursos en línea del segundo trimestre de 2014 en www.InstitutoBudadharma.org faceBuda faceBuda
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Sacred-texts home Journal Articles: Buddhism OCRT: Buddhism Buy CD-ROM Buy Books about Buddhism Modern works Southern Buddhism Northern Buddhism JatakaLinks Modern works The Gospel of Buddha: Compiled from Ancient Records by Paul Carus [1909]A modern retelling of the Buddha's work and life.
The Pali Tipitaka This web site is based on the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana CD published by the Vipassana Research Institute. Based at Dhamma Giri, Igatpuri, near Mumbai, India, the Vipassana Research Institute also publishes literature & disseminates information related to Vipassana Meditation Technique as taught by S.N.Goenka in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin. Vipassana is a universal, scientific method towards purifying the mind. It is the practical essence of the teachings of the Buddha, who taught Dhamma - the Universal Law of Nature. The Pāḷi Tipiṭaka is now available online in various scripts. The Pali Tipitaka
Jayarava's Raves Jayarava's Raves This post is a précis and review of: I'm making these notes and observations in order to better understand a new idea that I find intriguing. I have recently argued that the legacy of philosophical thought may be obscuring what is actually going on in our minds by imposing pre-scientific or non-scientific conceptual frameworks over the subject. I see this rethinking of reason as a case in point.
Nov 7 2012 ♦ Avalokitavrata and a Cārvāka stanza: some textual consideration In Avalokitavrata’s (fl. 700 CE ca.) Ṭīkā we find a quote of a well-known Cārvāka stanza (see D, dBu-ma, Źa, 334b7-335a1): ma śi’i bar du bde bar ’tsho | | śi zin phan chad spyod yul med | | lus ni thal bar gyur pa la | | phyir yaṅ ’oṅ ba ga la yod [...] May 17 2012 ♦ The svabhāvavāda as expounded in the Skhalita-pramathana-yuktā-hetu-siddhi ad orientem vergere ad orientem vergere
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Cerchiamo, fondamentalmente, la Beatitudine, base esperienziale della Realizzazione, che dovrebbe essere lo scopo fondamentale della vita; perché? Cerchiamo la Beatitudine, perché esperienza primaria, fondamento di ogni altra sperimentazione: sempre presente alla base del nostro esserci, la Beatitudine rende possibile ogni altra esperienza. Senza non ci può essere nulla di ciò che sperimentiamo, nemmeno le esperienze: corpo, emozioni, pensieri, ricordi, mondo,… Continua qui... Pomodoro Zen Pomodoro Zen
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The Shadow of the Dalai Lama – Contents Victor & Victoria Trimondi Introduction: Light and Shadow The Shadow of the Dalai Lama – Contents
Dhammapada Studies, by Sylvia Swain Posted on 18 January 2014 by Buddhism Now Introduction Buddhism now
Slowly but surely, analytic philosophers are becoming interested in Buddhist thought. At the same time, Buddhist scholars are slowly but surely working their way into analytic philosophy. One of the most interesting junctures of intersection is the concept of free will (vs determinism or fatalism). ‘The wo/man on the street’ today believes in free will. She or he probably doesn’t have a robust theory of how free the will is, or what that will is. But certainly it is believed that one’s own choices really, truly are (at least usually) one’s own . American Buddhist Perspective
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What the Buddha Taught and the World Today There are some who believe that Buddhism is so lofty and sublime a system that it cannot be practiced by ordinary men and women in this workaday world, as if one had to retire to a monastery or to some quiet place, in the hopes of becoming a "true" Buddhist. This is a sad misconception, due evidently to a lack of understanding of what the Buddha taught. Wisdom Quarterly: American Buddhist Journal
Buddhism For Non-Believers I’ve got that quarter-life crisis swag going on. 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 .
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Visible Mantra : Buddhist Mantras You Can See. Mantras in various Indic scripts.