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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

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

Madhyamaka and Yogacara Allies or Rivals Revealing

What the Empires And allies Secrets method guide aims to offer you is the quite most up-to-date hints tips and strategies, to aid the thousands and thousands of players on Facebook to not merely develop an enormous and thriving empire, but also to aid construct the largest and strongest army possible that will easily defend the empire from invading forces. 230 more words

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

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Advayavada Study Plan - week 24

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. 701 more words

Advayavada Buddhism