Doing good to others is virtue (Dharma); injuring others is sin. Strength and... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]
This weeks Dharma talk is about the core of the Thousand Hands Sutra, the Great Compassion Dharani. It’s a truly wonderful poem, and even more impressive teaching as well as signpost for which direction we need to go. This dharani has been popular across asia, and it was said that reciting it would bring blessings and […]
Here’s another excerpt from the Dharma talk I’m helping with now. It’s a wonderful teaching, that helps ground us in the most fundamental aspect of spiritual practice. It may not seem so sexy or exciting, but it is the basis that can keep us growing and moving forward. Questioner: Thank you for this opportunity […]
Here’s another great verse from the Dharma talk I’m working on. Instead of “family problems” feel free to insert health problems, money problems, and so on. Whatever you like! How should you handle these kinds of family problems? Think back to what I just said: you and your root are inseparable. Everything arises, or […]
Interviews with Frederick Travis and Robert Keith Wallace, coauthors of "Dharma Parenting," about how to understand your child’s brilliant brain for greater happiness, health, success, and fulfillment; and Katherine Ozment, author of...Show More Summary
Last week, on Wednesday August 10, in Thiksey Ladakh India, Tenzin Gyatsu, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, gave teachings on “A Commentary on the Awakening Mind” (Bodhichittavivarana) by Nagarjuna and Atisha ‘s “A Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment” (Bodhipathapradipa). At this session, the Dalai Lama made a some comments I thought were shareworthy. …
One of my interests is how much Western culture is descending more and more into the depths of nihilism. Looking at this problem from the side of Buddhism has been helpful. If one lives long enough practicing the dharma, they...
Sanatana Dharma does not insist that God should be called only by a particular name or... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]
In the sixth episode of Dead of Summer, "The Dharma Bums," the campers reel from Cricket's death and decide to take action to get some much-needed answers. Meanwhile, Garrett gets a clue from his deceased father, letting him know that he is on the right track, and we get flashbacks to Deb's past that explain why she chose to re-open Camp Stillwater.
Pamela Ayo Yetunde on "Radical Dharma," the new book by Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Lama Rod Owens, and Jasmine Syedullah. The post Guards Down, Hearts Opened – A review of “Radical Dharma” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
A Dharma talk given at the regular Friday morning service at Oasis. By Dharmavidya. :: link
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Only in Vegas: Join Dharma Yoga teacher Eileen Lorraine for an electrifying practice among retired neon signs this summer in her pop-up hot yoga sessions at Las Vegas's Neon Museum. The post Out There: Practice Hot Yoga in Las Vegas’s Neon Boneyard appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Like each breath, your life constantly appears and disappears. The late Taizan Maezumi Roshi teaches how breathing can be an expression of the dharma. The post What Are We Ignoring About Breathing? appeared first on Lion's Roar.
For the Buddhist Geeks series on ethics, author of "After Buddhism: Rethinking the Dharma for a Secular Age" Stephen Batchelor joins host Vincent Horn to consider what it means to secularize Buddhist ethics. The post Secularizing Buddhist Ethics appeared first on Buddhist Geeks.
The idea that there can be such a thing as a constructed permanent Dharma or the same, a constructed unchanging nature or essence (svabh?va) is an important barrier that Buddhists have to overcome but often don’t. When, for example, I...
When Tara Brach came to recognize her own white privilege, it revealed painful blind spots. That changed her as a dharma teacher and leader. The post Facing My White Privilege appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Episode Description: Rev. angel Kyodo williams Sensei is a maverick spiritual teacher, master trainer, and founder of Center for Transformative Change. She is the author of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation. Sensei williams joins host Vincent Horn to continue the current series on ethics in a talk about race, love, and liberation. Show More Summary