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Dernier ajout : 28 juin 2016.

Leave your cravings to be one with all

In Buddhist ethics, the perception of impermanence is the first step to the eradication of all cravings, which has the attainment of Nirvana as its final goal.

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Saint Valentine’s Day - An old tradition

Saint Valentine’s Day (commonly shortened to Valentine’s Day) is an annual holiday held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions.

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Green Buddhism — by James Ure

Our environment is the ultimate middle-path. In order for life to exist and thrive upon Earth the environmental conditions must be perfectly balanced for optimum benefit. It is because of the importance of this delicate balance that, as a Buddhist, I am also a committed environmentalist.

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Can meditation stop me getting angry?

New evidence suggests that meditation helps anxiety and depression. But what about serial bad temper?

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Vows: That was Zen, this is vow...

If Buddhism is, loosely, a faith founded on the idea of non-attachment, then a Zen wedding—the attaching of two lives together—might seem like something of an oxymoron.

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Free your mind, Laurel Ives

I meet Andy Puddicombe, meditation guru to Premier League footballers, cabinet ministers and leading actors, in a sparsely decorated room in a London clinic.

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Acceptance of self and life: Less effort and greater power

In life, sometimes less is more, and a mindset for acceptance bears fruits of benefits, when giving up the need to be in control or right.

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Beginner’s mind

"In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few." - Suzuki Roshi

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Tabula Rasa

If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy.
If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem.
But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world.

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What physical meditation is and how to do it, by Merlyn Seeley

There is an area of meditative training that is usually over looked, it’s called physical meditation. Unlike mental meditation, physical meditation requires you to be open eyed and moving around a lot.

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