Monthly Archives: July 2013

Natural environments sustains the life of all beings universally

“Natural environments sustains the life of all beings universally. Trees are referred to in accounts of the principal event’s in Buddha’s life. His mother leaned against a tree for support as she gave birth to him. He attained enlightenment seated … Continue reading

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We are family because we have similar karma – not the other way around

I once asked my teacher why my sons and I had so many similar tendencies and things happen in our lives…He said: “You are family because you have similar karma — you are not having the experiences you are because … Continue reading

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Avoid harm. Do good. Purify the mind.

Avoid harm. Do good. Purify the mind. — This is the teaching of all the Buddhas.

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As human beings…

“As human beings we all want to be happy and free from misery…we have learned that the key to happiness is inner peace. The greatest obstacles to inner peace are disturbing emotions such as anger and attachment, fear and suspicion, … Continue reading

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Healing Principles

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Every external manifestation of disease is a marker for a previous corresponding internal state. In every case, stabilization of the mind, removal of obstacles to the flow of energy (prana), and harmonization of the…

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Truth is always beneficial

Buddhism makes a very strong statement that If something is harmful, even if it is factual, it is not true. Truth is always beneficial. Even if you can prove it in so many ways… Truth is related to Ultimate Purpose, … Continue reading

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Nagarjuna’s Chatuskoti

I was contemplating, while doing my yoga this morning — turning this way and that; looking at my room in all directions, right side up, and upside down — that everything we perceive is dependent on our very own perspective. … Continue reading

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When we change the principal object of our concern…

When we change the principal object of our concern, we will spontaneously act in ways that are beneficial to others.

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Discover the Jonang

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Whispering Mountains: The Living Presence of the Jonang Help us document the untold story of the Jonang, a Buddhist tradition nestled deep in the eastern mountains of Tibet. This feature-length documentary tells the story…

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The seven signs and symptoms of Natural Perfection

The seven signs and symptoms of Natural Perfection: Healing the sick Nourishing the young Protecting the weak Loving the beautiful Serving the good Honoring the wise                             … Continue reading

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