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Buddhist Mindfulness #32 Renunciation

We talked about being a monk involving renunciation. Of the ten perfections (pāramī) it’s probably the one I find the most difficult. In terms of something like truthfulness is easy to understand that it has immediate beneficial results and you… Continue Reading

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Buddha Maitreya Mantra of Universal Love Kindness and Compassion ॐ

Om Muni Muni Mara Swaha Om Mohi Mohi Maha Mohi Swaha Om Muni Muni Mara Swaha Om Mohi Mohi Maha Mohi Swaha Om Muni Muni Mara Swaha Om Mohi Mohi Maha Mohi Swaha

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Buddhist Mindfulness #37 The “Big Bang” is happening now

Can you say then, that the world is ultimately dissolving, moment by moment? Yes, the conventional way of seeing the world – you don’t lose that through insight practice, but you recognize that it is entirely conceptual. We do not… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #30 The Bliss of Recluseship

There is a certain view isn’t there, that to become a monk is to escape from the world? People are doing it from a contracted, a fearful way of escaping life. Which I know it isn’t. Oh, it is. Okay,… Continue Reading

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Can one be mindful while using social media and smartphones?

[Can one be mindful while being connected to social media and smartphone applications?] [How does this affect our deep listening skills?] My other question regards the use of media in general. I wonder if one can be mindful while at… Continue Reading

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The Practice of Mindfulness and Compassion | Dharma Talk by Thich Nhat Hanh, 2012.10.14

The Practice of Mindfulness and Compassion | Dharma Talk by Thich Nhat Hanh, 2012.10.14

(gong) (gong) (gong) (gong) breathing in I know I am alive Breathing out I smile the light in me and around me I am alive smiling through life (gong) Breathing in, I know that mother earth is around me and… Continue Reading