Tag Archives: Buddhism

Death is Inevitable

This article was written by my uncle in Bhutan and sent to me while mum was really ill in the hospital. Reading this has brought some comfort to me and I feel it may benefit others to read it too.  … Continue reading

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Buddhist Wisdom and Philosophy

These are some of the profound wisdom from some of the renowned Buddhist scholars of our generations. These quotes are golden nuggets of precious teachings so appropriate and current to our modern society. When you read these profound quotes… May the … Continue reading

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How to Transform Sickness and Other Circumstances

Gyalsé Tokmé Zangpo set down these ways of transforming sickness and other circumstances into the spiritual path in response to a question from a Sakya geshé, asking what should be done in the event of sickness and other circumstances. Namo … Continue reading

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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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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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Perception of Mindfulness in a Commercialized Society

The practice of mindfulness is traditionally seen as a sacred spiritual practices and still does particularly in Bhutan, Tibet, India and most Buddhist countries. The techniques to learn and develop such skills undoubtedly would have been really hard without a … Continue reading

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