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Timo Schmitz: "Is life nothing than a dream? – Consequences of Solipsism" (2016) [PDF]

Solipsism is a form of philosophy in which the individual thinks that he or she is the only one who really exists, since one can be only certain of one’s own existence, while all other information from outside might be fake and thus not true. 100 more words

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Advayavada Study Plan- week 28

Anatta (Pali) or anatman (Sanskrit) means no-self. The Buddhist anatta or anatmata doctrine teaches that no imperishable soul, spirit or self exists in the person in the sense of a permanent, eternal, integral, and independent substance. 85 more words

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What a weekend in a Buddhist retreat has taught me

I went to a retreat this weekend. This is something very new to me, and something I’ve always wanted to do. Why a retreat? And why go all Buddhist retreat to top it off? 1,112 more words

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The term Advayavada (Murti)

We gave the name Advayavada Buddhism to the radical non-dual standpoint of the Madhyamaka school of Mahayana Buddhism to which we specifically adhere. A sound explanation of the term ‘advayavada’ can be found in for instance professor T.R.V. 141 more words

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