Category Archives: Buddhism

Five Pearls of Wisdom

I have compiled these five pearls of wisdom from the Tricycle site which covers Dharma Talks conveying the core teachings of Buddha applicable to our everyday lives. I hope you find them as inspiring as I have. What Really Matters We can’t live ethically … Continue reading

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I, a roaring lion, do not need a palace

I, a roaring lion, do not need a palace: My lion palace is the snow mountains’ exalted heights. I shake my excellent turquoise mane as I please As I roam at will in delightful snow mountain ravines. I, an eagle, … Continue reading

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Profound Advise from Buddha

This is what Buddha said to his disciples which may not be exactly translated but the core message is still there which can be applied to our everyday modern online connected world. Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, … Continue reading

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Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan known as Taksang

Taksang the literal translation in English is the Tiger’s nest is one the most sacred, most visited and most photographed temples in Bhutan. In fact, this temple is one of the most revered and sacred temples for Tibetans and Bhutanese all … Continue reading

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Aspirational & Actualizing Bodhichitta

This is the summarised extract of what I have read from one the teachings by a renowned Tibetan teacher on the four immeasurables (tsedmed shi). Longchenpa who was a Tibetan teacher in the thirteenth century explained that the entire conduct … Continue reading

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De-Mystifying Mindfulness

Over the last several weeks I have been diligently watching, reading, writing and taking part in the Mindfulness course offered by Leiden University through MOOC on De-Mystifying Mindfulness. This is an area which has always fascinated me over the last … Continue reading

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Buddhist Wisdom on Anger

I like this quote from Buddha on anger which is so profoundly true and appropriate to reflect upon our actions particularly anger in this case and you could replace an anger with hatred to get the same meaning. “Holding on … Continue reading

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