"The #Visuddhimagga (Pali; English The Path of Purification), is the 'great treatise' on Theravada Buddhist doctrine written by Buddhaghosa approximately in 430 CE in Sri Lanka. It is a comprehensive manual condensing and systematizing the theoretical and practical teachings of the Buddha as they were understood by the elders of the Mahavihara Monastery in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka."

"The #Visuddhimagga (Pali; English The Path of Purification), is the 'great treatise' on Theravada Buddhist doctrine written by Buddhaghosa approximately in 430 CE in Sri Lanka. It is a comprehensive manual condensing and systematizing the theoretical and practical teachings of the Buddha as they were understood by the elders of the Mahavihara Monastery in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka."

Bhikkhu Bodhi, Jan Chozen Bays, and Jeffrey Hopkins discuss the Buddhist doctrine of karma and why it is essential.

What Is Karma and How Does It Work?

Bhikkhu Bodhi, Jan Chozen Bays, and Jeffrey Hopkins discuss the Buddhist doctrine of karma and why it is essential.

Victory Banner  The victory banner symbolises the victory of the activities of one's own and others body, speech and mind over obstacles and negativitities. It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces.

Victory Banner The victory banner symbolises the victory of the activities of one's own and others body, speech and mind over obstacles and negativitities. It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces.

The Lotus Sutra is a scripture to be practiced. Its teachings are meant to be put into action. Our faith and study of Buddhist doctrine are enhanced and given life through actual practice. Nichiren Buddhism is not a teaching of quiet contemplation and meditation, it is a teaching of action. Failing to translate the teachings of Buddhism into action is to go against Buddhism's fundamental spirit. ~Daisaku Ikeda

The Lotus Sutra is a scripture to be practiced. Its teachings are meant to be put into action. Our faith and study of Buddhist doctrine are enhanced and given life through actual practice. Nichiren Buddhism is not a teaching of quiet contemplation and meditation, it is a teaching of action. Failing to translate the teachings of Buddhism into action is to go against Buddhism's fundamental spirit. ~Daisaku Ikeda

Zen Story #1: The Pointer The Zen teacher’s dog loved his evening romp with his master. The dog would bound ahead to fetch a stick, then run back, wag his tail, and wait for the next game. On this particular evening, the teacher invited one of his brightest students to join him – a boy so intelligent that he became troubled by the contradictions in Buddhist doctrine. “You must understand,” said the teacher, “that words are only guideposts. Never let the words or symbols get in the way of…

7 Zen Stories That Give You a Glimpse of Enlightenment

Zen Story #1: The Pointer The Zen teacher’s dog loved his evening romp with his master. The dog would bound ahead to fetch a stick, then run back, wag his tail, and wait for the next game. On this particular evening, the teacher invited one of his brightest students to join him – a boy so intelligent that he became troubled by the contradictions in Buddhist doctrine. “You must understand,” said the teacher, “that words are only guideposts. Never let the words or symbols get in the way of…

Dimension #3: Doctrine. The teachings of Gautama, which now makes up Buddhist doctrine, is referred to as Dharma. One of these teachings is samsara, the wheel of rebirth. (p. 75)

Dimension #3: Doctrine. The teachings of Gautama, which now makes up Buddhist doctrine, is referred to as Dharma. One of these teachings is samsara, the wheel of rebirth. (p. 75)

An article by Omar Cherif about the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation based on the Buddhist doctrine and Psychoanalysis.

An article by Omar Cherif about the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation based on the Buddhist doctrine and Psychoanalysis.

Is The Buddhist ‘No-Self’ Doctrine Compatible With Pursuing Nirvana? | Issue 97 | Philosophy Now

Is The Buddhist ‘No-Self’ Doctrine Compatible With Pursuing Nirvana? | Issue 97 | Philosophy Now

The Buddha taught that there are three marks of existence: impermanence (anicca), suffering (dukkha), and selflessness (anatta). All three of these marks are of paramount importance. However, one of these marks in particular is regarded within the central doctrine of all sects of Buddhism…

The Buddha taught that there are three marks of existence: impermanence (anicca), suffering (dukkha), and selflessness (anatta). All three of these marks are of paramount importance. However, one of these marks in particular is regarded within the central doctrine of all sects of Buddhism…

THE ACTUAL NATURE OF THE MIND    Don’t think of Buddhism as some kind of narrow, closed-minded belief system. It isn’t. Buddhist doctrine is not a historical fabrication derived through imagination and mental speculation, but an accurate psychological explanation of the actual nature of the mind.  ❤︎ Lama Yeshe

THE ACTUAL NATURE OF THE MIND Don’t think of Buddhism as some kind of narrow, closed-minded belief system. It isn’t. Buddhist doctrine is not a historical fabrication derived through imagination and mental speculation, but an accurate psychological explanation of the actual nature of the mind. ❤︎ Lama Yeshe

Embrace spiritual wisdom from around the world. We don’t have to be Buddhist to appreciate meditation; we don’t have to be Islamic to weep at a poem by Rumi; we don’t have to be Christian to be inspired by the teachings of Jesus; and we don’t have to be Jewish to study the Kabbalah. No longer confined by adherence to separate religious doctrines, we embrace spiritual nourishment wherever we find it.

Embrace spiritual wisdom from around the world. We don’t have to be Buddhist to appreciate meditation; we don’t have to be Islamic to weep at a poem by Rumi; we don’t have to be Christian to be inspired by the teachings of Jesus; and we don’t have to be Jewish to study the Kabbalah. No longer confined by adherence to separate religious doctrines, we embrace spiritual nourishment wherever we find it.

Victory Banner  The victory banner symbolises the victory of the activities of one's own and others body, speech and mind over obstacles and negativitities. It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces.

Victory Banner The victory banner symbolises the victory of the activities of one's own and others body, speech and mind over obstacles and negativitities. It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces.

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