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Nagarjuna (A.D. c. 150 – c. 250 CE) is regarded by many as the second greatest teacher in Buddhism. Some people even feel that Nagarjuna is the second Buddha who

How to run a meditation session?

Here are easy steps on how to start to meditate for beginners: Make sure the place you are mediating is neither too dark nor too bright. Bright rooms can distract

Who is Buddha Vairocana
Who is Buddha Vairocana?

Vairocana Buddha is a major iconic figure of Mahayana Buddhism. He is another of the five wisdom Buddhas. In the Mahavairocana Sutra, Vairocana appears as the universal Buddha from whom

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Buddhist Community – Sangha

Sangha is a community of friends practicing the dharma together in order to bring about and to maintain awareness. But that sangha is more than a community, it’s a deep

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Dealing with Fear

We all think that fear is awful and painful, yet the Buddhists—the master psychologists for thousands of years—don’t include fear in the long list of mental afflictions contained in the

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An In-Depth Exploration of Bhumisparsha Mudra

In the realm of Buddhist iconography, the Bhumisparsha Mudra stands as a potent symbol of enlightenment, wisdom, and compassion. Often depicted in sculptures, paintings, and statues of the Buddha, this

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Walking Meditation: A Step-by-Step Guide

A walking meditation is designed to bring body and mind in sync while we’re out and about. And if you don’t like to sit and close the eyes to meditate, this is a great alternative that still trains the mind in awareness.

Behaving in Temples

Theravada Buddhism, revered as the oldest surviving school of Buddhism, holds steadfast to the preservation of the Buddha’s original teachings, meticulously recorded in the Pali Canon. Amidst the rich tapestry

Empowering Women in Buddhism: 5 Amazing Facts

Though women have always played an important role in Buddhism, they haven’t always been given the recognition or rights they deserve. #1 The Buddha’s Initial Opposition to Nuns The ancient

Become the part of the Sangha!

Become the part of the Sangha!