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  • Ch'an Buddhism in China — Part 1 : Shen-Hui

    Buddhachannel 03/07/2015

    Ch'an Buddhism in China — Part 1 : Shen-Hui Ch'an Buddhism in China Its History and Method part 1 Part 1 : Shen-Hui and the establishment of chinese Ch'an Part 2 : Hui-Neng, The so-called Sixth Patriarch Part 3 :The 7 schools in the eighth century part 4 : the great persecution part 5 :development of the Ch'an method Hu Shih Philosophy East and West, Vol.. 3, No. 1 (January, 1953), pp. 3-24 © 1953 by University of Hawaii Press, Hawaii, USA Source www.thezensite.com Is Ch'an Beyond Our Understanding? For more than a quarter of a century, my learned friend. Dr. Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki, formerly of the Otani University,[…]

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  • Buddhism Food, Diet, and Cooking

    Buddhachannel 03/07/2015

    Buddhism Food, Diet, and Cooking There are not very many dietary rules in Buddhism, but fasting or feasting on holidays is common. Buddhists believe in reincarnation, including the possibility of humans being reborn as animals and vice-versa. Consequently, they do not wish to harm living creatures, and many Buddhists are vegetarians. However, meat is not completely forbidden in Buddhist doctrines. Buddha advised monks that meat should be eaten only when the animal had not been specifically killed for consumption. Meat is eaten in small quantities in some Buddhist countries, where it may be obtained from Muslim butchers. Buddhists in Thailand, Myanmar, and Malaysia are more[…]

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  • Bonsai combines art with horticulture

    Buddhachannel 03/07/2015

    Bonsai combines art with horticulture Love at first sight is the best way to describe Dan O'Neal's attraction to bonsai trees.O'Neal, senior development officer in the office of Institutional Advancement at Converse College, bought his first bonsai plant on his honeymoon 35 years ago in Hilton Head.Since that time, he has studied under bonsai masters and worked countless hours watering, pruning and shaping the trees into works of art. His background as a wildlife biologist helps, but he still needed classes and training with experts.“I bought my first bonsai tree because I thought it was nice,” he said. “These trees mimic nature. You can take[…]

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  • Buddhist monk promotes peace through release of anti-nuclear manga in Sri Lanka

    Buddhachannel 03/07/2015

    Buddhist monk promotes peace through release of anti-nuclear manga in Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka — With his home country of Sri Lanka having been embroiled in decades-long conflicts, Thalangalle Somasiri felt moved after reading the manga series “Hadashi no Gen” (Barefoot Gen), which depicts the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Sri Lankan monk Thalangalle Somasiri shows the Shinhalese version of volumes 1 and 2 of “Hadashi no Gen” (Barefoot Gen) at Lankaji temple in Katori, Chiba Prefecture. (Ko Iwaki) The peace-loving Buddhist monk released volumes 1 and 2 of "Hadashi no Gen" in Sri Lanka this spring after translating them into Shinhalese, one of the country's widely spoken languages.Somasiri,[…]

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  • Girl Rising

    Sujato’s Blog 28/06/2015

    Girl Rising FILM SCREENING | INSPIRING TALKS | FOOD & MUSIC AUG 8 | SATURDAY 6–9pm | GLEBE TOWN HALL Ayya Yeshe’s Bodhicitta Foundation educates girls and empowers women, so as to better the lives of females living in poverty and oppression, but also to advocate for their rights in the society they live in. Bodhicitta Foundation invites you to participate in this noble cause and to discover your own empowerment in the society that you live in. Find out more Join us in a night of charity and inspiration. – Watch the profound film “GIRL RISING” – Hear from notable guest[…]

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  • Soyen Shaku on Non-Ego

    Buddha Space 26/06/2015

    Soyen Shaku on Non-Ego Soyen Shaku (釈 宗演, 1860 – 1919) A favorite parable used by Buddhists to illustrate the unreality of soul or self (I take these two meaning the same thing), is that of the house. The house is composed of the roof, walls, posts, floor, windows, and so forth. Now, take each one of these apart, and we have no such thing as a house, which appeared to have a permanent actuality a while ago. The house did not have any independent existence outside the material whose combination only in a certain form makes it possible. From the beginning there was no house-soul or[…]

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  • Buddha Space & Grief

    Buddha Space 16/06/2015

    Grief comes to us all. Perhaps a family member, a partner, a child, a friend or a pet has left you in past few years. Perhaps more than one. This author has lived long enough to see a number of the above loved ones pass away, the most recent being my beloved grandmother. The sense of loss, once the numbness had dissipated somewhat, was heart-wrenching. A deeply-loved woman by all in her family, her departure, though not entirely unexpected, came earlier than any of us expected. This happened six months ago, and though the waves of grief are becoming less[…]

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  • Faces of meditation

    Sujato’s Blog 14/06/2015

    Faces of meditation Have you ever tried doing a Google image search for “meditation”? It’s a somewhat depressing experience. Apparently meditators are young, slim, pretty, and only meditate on mountaintops and beaches. And what’s with all the silhouettes? Wouldn’t it be nice if images of meditators looked like actual meditators? And so, announcing my latest grand venture: #facesofmeditation! We took some photos at a recent meditation group—with permission of course—and I’ve uploaded them to twitter. If you’ve got any #facesofmeditation to share, let’s see them.

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  • New Kwan Yin statue arrived

    Santi Forest Monastery 12/06/2015

    New Kwan Yin statue arrived We are happy and privileged to have received a magnificent big marble Kwan Yin statue, carved in Vietnam, on Saturday, 6th June 2015, which resides in front of our big cave. Kwan Yin, a bodhisattva of compassion, is a timely reminder of forgiveness, love and compassion to everyone. We are very grateful to our Vietnamese donors and supporters and we thank Gia Hieu, Tam Ngan, and our reliable builder Patrick for the perfect handling. For a video of the installation of the statue, click here.         

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  • Retreat with Sayadaw U Jagara

    Santi Forest Monastery 11/06/2015

    Retreat with Sayadaw U Jagara The Santi nuns and a few dedicated lay practitioners just came out of a wonderful one month intensive meditation retreat with the Canadian teacher Sayadaw U Jagara. He has been a monk for 36 years and his gentle presence and vast knowledge boosted everyone’s meditation practise. Daily dhamma talks and group sittings brought a very peaceful atmosphere to Santi and helped deepen our understanding of the path. We deeply appreciated his stay at Santi and hope he will be able to come back next year. A big thank you goes to all supporters whose generous contributions made this retreat possible.

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  • Ajahn Anan on Getting to Know the Mind

    Buddha Space 06/06/2015

    Ajahn Anan on Getting to Know the Mind Ajahn Anan (1954-present): A mindful smileWhen we first come to meditate, we will notice quite quickly that even sitting for a minute seems almost impossible. All we get is restlessness and agitation. With practice though, we will soon be able to sit for longer periods. Five minutes, ten minutes, fifteen minutes—eventually we will be able to sit for half an hour with ease. Sometimes the meditation is peaceful, other times not, but in the beginning stages the key element is patience.It’s important to see that the five hindrances to peace in the mind—sensual desire, ill will, dullness, restlessness, doubt—are not[…]

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  • Dhammathreads - Season I

    Dhammanet 01/06/2015

    Play List: FeaturedPlease Click "Playlist" tab above to show a complete list of videos in this category.

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  • 18 razones con base científica para probar la meditación de benevolencia hoy mismo

    AppamādaNet 27/05/2015

    18 razones con base científica para probar la meditación de benevolencia hoy mismo Por Emma Seppälä – Muchos de nosotros hemos oído hablar sobre los beneficios de la meditación. Incluso es posible que hayamos intentado meditar un par de veces. Y muchos lo encontraremos difícil y llegaremos a la conclusión de que «la meditación no es para mí». Pero ¡espera! ¿Sabías que existen muchas formas de meditación? Hay meditaciones con mantras, con visualizaciones, de enfoque abierto, basadas en la respiración y muchas más. Sólo debes encontrar el zapato que te calce. Una manera fácil de comenzar es la que evoca un estado muy natural en nosotros: la benevolencia. Leer más

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  • Shodo Harada on the Eye of Emptiness

    Buddha Space 26/05/2015

    Shodo Harada on the Eye of Emptiness Shodo Harada (原田 正道, c. 1940): Buddha eyesTwice the terrorists have attacked London, and even now the horror of those attacks has not allowed life to return to normal. The fear continues. Those who were killed were written about in the paper, while those who survived are filled with the possibility of their own deaths.  It is said that humans can become buddhas, but they can also become devils. Those possibilities seem apparent when something like this happens.When people, through no fault of their own, are killed by those who are so dissatisfied and discontent, the entire world becomes a battlefield.[…]

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  • Buddha's Ten Duties of a Leader

    Buddha Space 24/05/2015

    Buddha's Ten Duties of a Leader Do any of these leaders live up to Buddha's teachings?Here in Thailand, society is subject to the same political vicissitudes found the world over. In recent years, this lovely country has seen turbulent times involving successive governments, claims of corruption, incompetence, and favouritism thrown around on a daily basis. The present military junta is not above such accusations either. If this predominately Buddhist nation is to progress in the future, it requires sound political leadership. But, how should Thailand expect its future elected leader to behave? Well, Buddhism does have a set of guidelines for kings, which in the modern[…]

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  • Introduction to Satipatthana: a meditation retreat with Bhante Sujato

    Sujato’s Blog 20/05/2015

    Introduction to Satipatthana: a meditation retreat with Bhante Sujato The Satipatthana Sutta, or “The Discourse on the Establishing of Mindfulness” (MN 10, DN22) is perhaps the most influential of all the discourses in the Early Buddhist Texts. Bhante Sujato has been practicing mindfulness based on this sutta for over 20 years, as part of which he researched and wrote one of the most innovative and comprehensive texts on the subject, A History of Mindfulness. His approach to satipatthana pays full attention to teachings on mindfulness found outside the Satipatthana Sutta, and indeed outside the Pali canon. This retreat will be your last opportunity to learn and experience these teachings[…]

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  • Copy this

    Sujato’s Blog 19/05/2015

    Copy this Copyright is a big deal. There’s hardly a single computer user who hasn’t faced the possibility of using or creating content that infringes copyright. And it is a huge deal in the area of Buddhist texts, where many texts are protected under some form of copyright law. I’m going to make a somewhat complex argument here, so let me state my conclusions up front. I think copyright is a bad idea. I think we would be better off without it. But regardless of whether it has certain applications in some areas, it contradicts fundamental Buddhist principles and should never be[…]

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  • Exploring Meaning – multi-faith climate change workshop

    Sujato’s Blog 18/05/2015

    Exploring Meaning – multi-faith climate change workshop To get to the heart of the matter In an atmosphere of equality, take the opportunity to explore what climate change means to us from the heart. Hear from faith leaders, an aboriginal elder and a climate scientist to understand what it means to them. Prof. Lesley Hughes, Donna Jacobs Sife, Frances Bodkin and Bhante Sujato will speak to the meaning of climate change from the backgrounds of science, Judaism, Buddhism & Aboriginal culture. We will co-create the exploration of what it means to our selves, to others, and what diverse perspectives emerge through the journey. ALL WELCOME Book your[…]

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  • Día del Buddha

    AppamādaNet 04/05/2015

    Día del Buddha En la luna llena del mes de vesākha (abril/mayo) conmemoramos el nacimiento, el despertar (nibbāna) y el tránsito (parinibbāna) del Buddha. ¡Feliz Vesak!

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  • Nepal: Ayuda a las víctimas del terremoto

    AppamādaNet 02/05/2015

    Nepal: Ayuda a las víctimas del terremoto Karuṇā-Shechen, organización fundada por el lama Matthieu Ricard en 2000 para proporcionar cuidados de salud, educación y servicios sociales a necesitados de la india, Nepal y Tíbet está haciendo un llamado a la solidaridad en ayuda de las víctimas del terremoto de Nepal. Con presencia en Katmandú a través de la Clínica Shechen, sus clínicas médicas móviles y campamentos, Karuṇā-Shechen cuenta con un equipo de profesionales en el terreno que está entrenado y preparado para ayudar a las víctimas de este desastre. Su equipo ya está trabajando para evaluar la situación y las necesidades a largo plazo para asistir a[…]

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  • Upcoming Retreat

    Santi Forest Monastery 19/04/2015

    Dear friends and supporters of Santi, We are happy to inform you and hope for your understanding that for the month of May (30 April – 05 June) a wonderful opportunity has arisen for our Santi community. We are taking this time off for an intensive in-house meditation retreat. Hence our program has to change and we hope for your support. Unless there is an urgent matter the nuns will not be available for after dana discussion in the library; however, we envisage a short Dhamma desana after lunch clean up (or possibly just before). Please be aware that the[…]

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  • Invitation to celebrate Vesak at Santi: Saturday June 13

    Santi Forest Monastery 19/04/2015

    Dear friends and supporters we would love to see you join us for our yearly Vesak celebration. 9 – 9.30 Arrival 10.30 Rice Pindabath followed by Dana and Anumodana 1.00 – Walk to Big Cave Short Dhamma Reflection, auspicious chanting and meditation. Short walks around the monastery for those interested. Tea and Coffee available before departure.

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  • Ajahn Chah – Stilles, fließendes Wasser

    Theravada Dhamma :: Blog 15/04/2015

    Jetzt bitte aufgepasst, lasst Euren Geist nicht nach anderen Dingen abschweifen. Erzeugt in Euch das Gefühl, als säßet Ihr ganz allein auf einer Bergspitze oder irgendwo in einem Wald. Was habt Ihr in diesem Moment bei Euch? Da sind nur Körper und Geist, das ist alles, nur diese beiden Dinge. Was in dieser Gestalt enthalten […]

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  • Nuns to speak in Sydney on 24th April

    Santi Forest Monastery 14/04/2015

    Nuns to speak in Sydney on 24th April Two Santi nuns will give a Dhamma Talk and Guided Meditation in Sydney, on Friday 24th of April 2015. Santi’s senior nun Ven. Nirodha Bhikkhuni will speak accompanied by Ven. Adhimutta Bhikkhuni, at the Well-Awareness Centre in North Sydney (14 Ridge Street) at 7.30pm. The doors will be open from 7.00pm. All are welcome. Free event. This will be part of an on-going series of regular, monthly talks, by Santi nuns.

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  • Día Internacional Buddhista - 8 de Abril

    BUDDHISMO THERAVADA HISPANO 05/04/2015

    Día Internacional Buddhista - 8 de Abril Durante la Sexta Cumbre Mundial Buddhista realizada en Japón durante el 8 al 13 de abril 2014, se gestaron importantes intervenciones de parte de muchos líderes buddhistas a nivel mundial (leer el comunicado conjunto de la Sexta Cumbre Mundial Buddhista firmado por representantes de cuarenta y un países). Esta jornada fue importante para sentar bases en cuanto a temas relevantes en la estrategia de difusión del Buddha-Dhamma en estos tiempos modernos, cuando el mundo en general atraviesa dificultades de toda índole. No obstante, al final de la experiencia, como congregación mundial de buddhismo, se expresaron varias propuestas o iniciativas que redundan[…]

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