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The 5th Precept of avoiding alcohol

While researching my last blog about quitting alcohol, I found a great deal of discussion from people who did not think the 5th precept of abstaining from alcohol applied to just one glass of wine. 501 more words

Buddhism

Advayavada Study Plan - week 31

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 618 more words

Advayavada Buddhism

Advayavada Study Plan - week 30

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 623 more words

Advayavada Buddhism

Advayavada Study Plan - week 29

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 522 more words

Advayavada Buddhism

The Mindful Graduate or 'Finding my way without the lovely Dave'.

So, guys – I did it! I finished the Palouse Mindfulness course. Despite just about every silly set-back trying to trip me up, I got there in the end. 960 more words

Mindfulness

Advayavada Study Plan - week 28

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 560 more words

Advayavada Buddhism

Advayavada Study Plan - weeks 25 and 26

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 753 more words

Advayavada Buddhism