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Praise to Manjushri – Gang gi lo drö

Praise to Manjushri – Gang gi lo drö It is believed anyone, who recites this prayer daily with a completely pure motivation will gradually purify the obscurations and will gain immeasurable qualities in developing one’s studies and confidence.  This is the … 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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Wise Advice from Buddha

This is what Buddha is believed to have said to all his disciples and it would be prudent for us to follow this advice to avoid being very easily lead in today’s hyper online connected social world. “Do not believe … Continue reading

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Day 49 – Bardo the Intermediate State

Day 49 – Bardo the Intermediate State In Tibetan Buddhism, it is believed for the spirit to wander up to 49 days until rebirth takes place. This intermediate state between the death and the rebirth is called the Bardo (interval … 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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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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