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Buddhism is not just for Buddhist

Buddhism is not just for Buddhist followers. Everyone can learn and apply the precious teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha to our daily lives. The four noble truths and the eightfold paths are the core foundation of its teachings. I love this … Continue reading

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Dharma for Inspiration

These are some of my favourites I have compiled for my own reading from the Tricycle daily dharma I have subscribed to. I find them so inspiring to read and hopefully you will too. Allow Space for Serenity “Many of us … Continue reading

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A BUDDHIST PRAYER OF FORGIVENESS

A BUDDHIST PRAYER OF FORGIVENESS As the year comes to an end this year it is good to reflect and share this Buddhist prayer of forgiveness with everyone. Please feel free to reblog this page if you wish it. If … Continue reading

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Guru Padmasambhava’s Phrophecies

Prophecies made more than 1,250 years ago by Guru Padmasambhava also known as Guru Rinpoche. When one of his disciples asked him when is the beginning of the Dharma-ending age. To this he visualised and then replied; “When the Iron Birds … Continue reading

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Happy Blessed Rainy Day

Blessed Rainy Day is celebrated as one of the religious holidays in Bhutan which also marks the end of the rainy season and the beginning of harvest time. This year it is on the 23rd of September. On this day … Continue reading

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The Four Immeasurable Thoughts     

The Four Immeasurable Thoughts      SEM CHEN TAM CHAY DE WA DANG DE WAY GYU DANG DEN PAR GYUR CHIG SEM CHEN TAM CHAY DUG NGEL DANG DUG NGEL KYI GYU DANG DEL WAR GYUR CHIG SEM CHEN TAM … Continue reading

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Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

According to Nichiren Buddhism of tradition, the physical and spiritual aspects of our lives are completely inseparable and they are of equal importance. It regards and views life as the unity of the physical and the spiritual, seen or unseen, as … Continue reading

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