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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

Advayavada Buddhism

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

Minimalist Living

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

Advayavada Buddhism

A Trackless Path: Dzogchen in plain English

Ken McLeod has an exceptional ability to explain Vajrayana Buddhism in plain English. Dzogchen, a branch of Vajrayana, is the most difficult part of Buddhism to understand. 2,608 more words

Reinventing Buddhist Tantra

A Trackless Path: Dzogchen in plain English

Ken McLeod has an exceptional ability to explain Vajrayana Buddhism in plain English. Dzogchen, a branch of Vajrayana, is the most difficult part of Buddhism to understand. 2,608 more words

Reinventing Buddhist Tantra