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Tibet, Manjushri Namasangiti (2)

This meditational aspect of Manjushri may have one head and four arms, each holding an attribute: a bow, a sword, a blue lotus (utpala) topped with a book and an arrow. 198 more words

Asian Art

Webcast: Engaging the Bodhisattva Heart of Humanity

What if the very purpose of humanity is to bring forward the ingenuity and clarity of compassion in every regard? This webcast introduces that idea as well as three upcoming online course in this regard. 93 more words

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Webcast: Engaging the Bodhisattva Heart of Humanity

What if the very purpose of humanity is to bring forward the ingenuity and clarity of compassion in every regard? This webcast introduces that idea as well as three upcoming online course in this regard. 94 more words

Human-ness

Engaging the Heart of Humanity: a free webinar

We are familiar with the idea of common sense, but does it always lead to common good? What is common good and how can humanity engage it in a way that benefits all life on Planet Earth? 100 more words

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Engaging the Heart of Humanity: free webinar

We are familiar with the idea of common sense, but does it always lead to common good? What is common good and how can humanity engage it in a way that benefits all life on Planet Earth? 100 more words

Human-ness

Western Tibet, White Manjushri - standing

In sculpture, White Manjushri refers to the peaceful form of Manjushri without a sword. When standing, his right hand does the abhaya mudra, or the… 181 more words

Asian Art

Buddha Realms and the Awesomeness of Amitabha

The Longer Amitabha Sutra is beautiful. It deserves some attention. So, today I will give it some thought. 1,202 more words

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