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08 Jul Posted by in Buddhist, Meditation | Comments

Shambhala Sun » How To Live a Genuine Life

Shambhala Sun » How To Live a Genuine Life

Genuine spiritual practice is never about fixing ourselves, because we’re not broken. It’s about becoming awake to who we really are, to the vastness of our true nature, which includes even the parts of ourselves we label as ‘bad.’

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08 Jul Posted by in Buddhist, Podcast | Comments

Noble Truths: The Buddhist “Facts of Life”, part 8

Noble Truths: The Buddhist “Facts of Life”, part 8

PODCAST: In part 8, we cover the first of the Meditation Trainings of the Eightfold Path: Right Effort.

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Celebrating 75 Years: the Dalai Lama

Celebrating 75 Years: the Dalai Lama

HH the Dalai Lama turns 75. Happy Birthday!

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02 Jul Posted by in News, Podcast | Comments

New & Noteworthy on iTunes

New & Noteworthy on iTunes

"New & Noteworthy" in iTunes podcasts!

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Honoring the Teacher: Impermanence and Inspiration

Honoring the Teacher: Impermanence and Inspiration

An exploration the dimension of the teacher Guru: mentor, exemplar and dangerous friend.

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01 Jul Posted by in Buddhist, Podcast | Comments

Noble Truths: The Buddhist “Facts of Life” part 7

Noble Truths: The Buddhist “Facts of Life” part 7

PODCAST: This podcast reviews the Buddha's practical instructions on how we can act, speak and live in ways that are skillful, selfless and wholesome.

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30 Jun Posted by in Buddhist, Teachers | Comments

Shambhala SunSpace » Norman Fischer on a life of “joyful connection”

Shambhala SunSpace » Norman Fischer on a life of “joyful connection”

Norman is an example of how meditation can become integrated into a life that contains work, play, creativity, and a breadth of religious thought and action.

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29 Jun Posted by in Buddhist, Tibetan Buddhism | Comments

The Three Marks of Existence in Life

The Three Marks of Existence in Life

The Buddha’s teachings were never meant to be ‘merely’ academic. That said, some of it is pretty heady and an academic approach can be very rewarding. In a short retreat this winter here in Montana, Anam Thubten Rinpoche told the story of studying in France and wishing to visit the city of Pisa in Italy. A […]

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28 Jun Posted by in Buddhist | 2 comments

Christian Buddhist Explorations: The Rainbow Body

Christian Buddhist Explorations: The Rainbow Body

Featured post by Gail Holland [This article appeared in IONS Review, No. 59, March-May 2002. Reprinted with permission of the author and the Institute of Noetic Sciences (www.noetic.org ).] When David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk, proposed investigating the “rainbow body,” a phenomenon in which the corpses of highly developed spiritual individuals reputedly vanish within days of […]

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You are of Infinite Worth

You are of Infinite Worth

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