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Review: How Would Buddha Act? by Barbara Ann Kipfer

How Would Buddha Act? contains various lessons and meditations based on, if you haven’t guessed by the title, how Buddha would act. The book is broken into three sections, teachings, essays, and meditations. 124 more words


The Self

331. Suppose a king or royal minister has never heard the music of a lute. But one day he does hear it and he says: “Good man, tell me what is that sound so enchanting, so delightful, so intoxicating, so ravishing, with such power to bind?” Then they say to him: “That, Sire, is the music of the lute.” So he says: “Go, bring me that lute.” 174 more words



As long as we think that opposition exists we are blocking the way for a clearer vision. – Ernest Holmes

How can we change our minds when FEAR is the food we receive as those around us battle in opposition? 525 more words


Question: Atreya. Do you believe Jesus rose from the dead?

Does believing in miracles help you die to the “me?” Which is the core of Jesus’s teaching: repent (turn away). Does the belief in the resurrection cause a death that makes you more tolerant, psychologically and emotionally nimble?   290 more words

Not Superficial Interpretation

This little video clip remains a favourite of mine. It is worth visiting time and time again.