Tag Archives: mindfulness

MY STANDOUT PERSON OF THE YEAR

As the year 2018 is about to be wrapped up this is the right time to ask this question. Who is your standout person of the year? I have so many to name but in the end, I chose our … Continue reading

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Training of the Mind

Training of the Mind As the great ancient Indian Buddhist master Nagarjuna wrote in his Letter to a Friend, In superior moral discipline, superior wisdom And superior contemplation, one must constantly train. More than one hundred and fifty training Are … Continue reading

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Daily Dharma from Tricycle

Here is the compilation of daily dharma quotes I received via email from the Tricycle. I love reading them and thought you might too. If you would like you can also subscribe to receive your own daily dharma quotes too.  … Continue reading

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Glorious Wisdom’s Excellent Qualities – The Praise to Mañjuśrī

Glorious Wisdom’s Excellent Qualities – The Praise to Mañjuśrī Every school going children in Bhutan will know this prayer to praise the Lord Manjushri who is the embodiment of all the Buddha’ wisdom. We use to pray every morning in the school … 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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5 Reassuring Quotes of Wisdom

I found some quotes online which are so reassuring to read, I would like to share here for everyone. Next time when you feel lost or need some words of wisdom, remember and reflect on these quotes. 1. “Sometimes the bad … 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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