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Venerable Ajahn Chah — Nibbana Is Giving Up, Letting Go, and Being Free

Le 23 September 2014

NIBBANA Nibbana Is Giving Up, Letting Go, and Being Free The Buddha taught to see the body in the body. What does this mean? We are all familiar with the parts of the body, such as hair, nails, teeth, and skin. So how do we see the body in the body? If we recognize all these things as being impermanent, unsatisfactory, and not-self, that’s what is called seeing the body in the body. Then it isn’t necessary to go into detail and meditate on the separate parts. It’s like (...) continue

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Hsi Lai Vegetarian Buffet — Chew with purpose

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A Buddhist Monk’s Vegetarian Diet To Minimize Chemical Exposure

Weekday vegetarians ready to ramp up their meatless-ness may find (...)


Vegetarianism in Buddhism

A Vegetarianism is a difficult, but yet an important issue for Buddhists, (...)


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Nov 15 - Nov 22 : Silent Illumination Chan Retreat

"Silently and serenely, one forgets all words,
Clearly and vividly everything appears before you." The above comes from the poem “Silent Illumination,” composed by Master Hongzhi Zhengjue, a 12th century lineage holder of the Caodong (Jap. Soto) school of Chan Buddhism. They describe the mind of someone who has left behind all attachment to thought and conceptualization. Doing this, they clearly know the nature of things through the direct experience of enlightenment. Master Hongzhi wrote (...) continue


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Jodo Shu Headquarters - Japan

Established by Honen Shonin in 1175, Jodo Shu is the first independent school of Pure Land Buddhism in Japan. It follows the development of original Buddhism as taught by Shakyamuni Buddha. Over 800 years since the beginning of Jodo Shu, Honen’s teachings still continue to develop and to constitute a part of our daily life. The nembutsu, "Namu Amida Butsu", is the simple recitation of "Homage to Amida Buddha" and the center of Jodo Shu practice and devotion. It can be done at any time or any (...) continue

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Buddhachannel USA

Buddhachannel is a media and television focused on the values of Eastern (...) continue


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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. This is the Lotus Sutra memorized, recited, and chanted by some western Buddhist monks. The lotus sutra is widely considered to be the most sacred teaching of the Buddha. continue


Fundamental texts

Dhammapada(Dhp XIX) - Dhammatthavagga: The Judge

DHAMMAPADA XIX - The Judge 256-257 To pass judgment hurriedly doesn’t mean you’re a judge. The wise one, weighing both the right judgment & wrong, judges others impartially — unhurriedly, in line with the Dhamma, guarding the Dhamma, guarded by Dhamma, intelligent: he’s called a judge. 258-259 Simply talking a lot doesn’t mean one is wise. Whoever’s secure — no hostility, fear — is said to be wise. Simply talking a lot doesn’t maintain the Dhamma. Whoever — although he’s heard next to nothing — sees Dhamma through his body, is not heedless of Dhamma: he’s one who maintains the Dhamma. 260-261 A head of gray hairs doesn’t mean one’s an elder. Advanced in years, one’s called an old (...) continue


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A Brief Introduction to the Drikung Kagyu Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism

DRIKUNG KAGYU LINAGE Drikung Thil, the main seat of the lineage The first lineage was called the Magnificent Blessing Realization lineage. From VajraDhara, it was passed on to Tilopa, from Tilopa to Naropa, from Naropa to Marpa, from Marpa to Milarepa, and then from Milarepa to Gampopa. The second lineage was called the lineage of Profound View. It came from Buddha Shakyamuni, and it was passed to Nagajuna, then to Chanta Kirti and so forth, on to Atisha, and then from Atisha to Gampopa. The third lineage was called the lineage of the Most Excellent Practice. It came from Buddha Shakyamuni to Manjushri, from Manjushri to Maitreya, from Maitreya to Ashanga and so forth, on to (...) continue

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Gold Summit Sagely Monastery - USA

Gold Summit Monastery (GSM), located in Lower Queen Anne, operates under the auspices of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association, a non-profit religious organization with the purpose of bringing, sharing, and making available to everyone the orthodox teachings of the Buddha. The focus of study and practice at GSM is Mahayana, with emphasis on ethical conduct and moral behavior (Vinaya School), regular meditation classes (Chan School), daily chanting of the holy names of Buddhas (Pure Land School) and of mantras (Secret School), and weekly lectures on the Buddhist scriptures (Teaching School). The principles of Buddhism are quite practical and applicable to everyday life. At GSM, (...) continue