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Mahajanaka Jataka

One of the 10 Jatakas (Past Lives of the Buddha) - Life 2
There was a king, Mahajanaka, of Mithila in the kingdom of Videha. He had two sons, Aritthajanaka and Polajanaka. When the old king died, the elder brother, Aritthajanaka, became king, and the younger brother his viceroy.

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The two faces of the mind

To develop love and compassion, we first need to understand our current situation. In order to develop authentic love and compassion, it is necessary to look at our emotional processes, and at the disturbances that arise in our mind. We should take our time in becoming aware of that which occupies the mind. In Tibetan, the word for "disturbing emotions" points to a mind that is continuously disturbed. It is not a question of having only one emotion in one moment, but of all the emotions with all their effects and consequences.

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How to Free Ourselves from Suffering and Achieve Lasting Happiness

Gyalwang Karmapa began the afternoon session with a short recap. He explained that the first (...)

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Are You Getting Richer Or Poorer?

It goes without saying that a certain amount of material wealth — for example, those things (...)

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Jhana and Samadhi

In the suttas samadhi is defined as mental one-pointedness, (cittass’ekaggata M.i,301) and this definition is followed through rigorously in the Abhidhamma. The Abhidhamma treats one-pointedness as a distinct mental factor present in every state of consciousness, exercising the function of unifying the mind on its object.

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Interview of His Eminence Ratna Vajra Rinpoche, elder son of His Holiness Sakya Trizin

Sakya Kunga Ling made for you an exclusive interview of His Eminence Ratna Vajra Rinpoche, the elder son of His Holiness Sakya Trizin, when He came to Paris.

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What is Theravada Buddhism ?

Theravada (the "Doctrine of the Elders"), is the school of Buddhism that draws its scriptural inspiration from the texts of the Pali Canon, or Tipitaka, which scholars generally accept as containing the earliest surviving record of the Buddha’s teachings.

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Buddhism as an Education IV

Methods of Practicing Buddhism - How Buddhist Terminology Illustrate that Buddhism is an Education - The Integration of Confucianism and Buddhism - The Five Human Relationships - The Practice of Confucianism and Buddhism - The Confucian Elementary School System

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Khandahala Jataka - Canda-Kumara, the honorable Prince

In the Kingdom of Pupphavati near Benares, good Prince Canda-Kumara served his father, King (...)

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The Lotus Sutra

The Lotus Sutra is Buddha’s most referred to teaching on "emptiness", it is said to be a central concept and necessary part of enlightenment. It is professed that understanding and experiencing "emptiness" is something that can not be taught; it is said that one can not try to understand it with the mind.

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