Posts Tagged ‘buddhist’

Melle Stewart, Gates, Bezos, Veterans, Buddhist.

 [embedded content]… €1.8million-a-week rental yacht ‘Lana’According to the Buddhists, “individuals consist of a ‘bundle’ of habits, memories, sensations, desires, and so forth, which together delude one into thinking that he or she consists of a stable, lasting self. “This false self hangs together as a unit, and even reincarnates in body after body. “In Buddhism, […]

Buddhist Female Shaman Arrested for Setting California on Fire Multiple Times

Home » Crimes, North America » Buddhist Female Shaman Arrested for Setting California on Fire Multiple Times     A former forestry student-turned-shaman and yoga teacher has been charged with starting a huge California wildfire that has destroyed 41 homes – and was being investigated in connection with other fires – after claiming the blaze […]

Giant face mask added to Buddhist statue in Japan to pray for the end of Covid

A giant face mask has been placed over the nose and mouth of a Buddhist statue in Japan in an act of prayer for the end of the coronavirus pandemic. The pink net mask will remain on the face of Kannon, the Goddess of Mercy, until the Covid-19 situation is under control in the East […]

The Tripitaka Koreana: A Vast Trove of Buddhist Woodblock Wisdom

The Tripitaka Koreana is a collection of Buddhist texts, laws, and treaties originally created during the 11 th century by the Korean kingdom of Goryeo. The Tripitaka Koreana was carved onto woodblocks and stands as the most comprehensive and oldest intact version of Buddhist canon in Hanja script, with no known errors or errata. During […]

Human Rights report: ‘Tibet’s Buddhist girls and nuns are routinely raped by their guards ’

Human Rights report: ‘Tibet’s Buddhist girls and nuns are routinely raped by their guards’ Prepare For Change / Derek Knauss From thebl.tv: Female detainees in forced labor camps run by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Tibet are “routinely raped” by their guards, Bitter Winter, a human rights journal, reported on Thursday, Feb. 25. Muslim […]

The Goryeo Dynasty: Buddhist Unifier of the Korean Peninsula

The Goryeo dynasty was a Korean dynasty that existed between the 10 th and 14 th centuries. The Goryeo dynasty was established following the unification of Korea’s Later Three Kingdoms and ended when it was overthrown by the Joseon dynasty. The history of the Goryeo dynasty is closely intertwined with events that took place in […]

Buddhist in Burma Jailed for Drugs Comes to Jesus as Result of Missionary Outreach

(Christian Aid Mission) — Amid death and despair in a country wracked by COVID-19, local missionaries in Burma (Myanmar) are going to streets, parks and prisons, daring to offer help and hope. With 1,400 new coronavirus cases reported each day and a daily toll of 25 deaths, the pandemic has kept workers in the majority-Buddhist […]

Mystery of Ancient Buddhist Cave Temple Writing Solved

Researchers have successfully dated a set of mysterious phrases discovered on the ceiling of a Tibetan tantric Buddhist cave temple in China. The Mogao Caves are located on the ancient Silk Road in Dunhuang, northwest China, on the edge of the Gobi Desert. This designated UNESCO World Heritage Site features sacred meditational environments with high […]

The White Horse Temple: China’s Very First Buddhist Temple

The White Horse Temple is a Buddhist temple located not far from Luoyang, Henan, in China. This temple is reputed to be the first Buddhist temple in China, as, according to tradition, it was built during the Eastern Han Dynasty. The temple has survived for almost 2000 years. Over this period of time new buildings […]

Find Your Own State of Inner Harmony: Buddhist Practices to Weather Life’s Storms With Wisdom, Grace, and a Light Heart

No matter your circumstances, you can find a path away from suffering, even in these times of chaos, distress and upheaval. There is emotional and spiritual freedom beyond this global pandemic, economic uncertainty, and continued racial injustice. Join us for a remarkable FREE online event, where you can learn how Tibetan Buddhist practices can elevate our […]

Buddhist Art Found Hidden from the Naked Eye in Japanese Temple

Technology has allowed researchers many more insights into the past in recent years and helped several surprising discoveries to be made. Now, experts in Japan have used infrared camera technology to discover eight masterpieces of Buddhist art in a famous temple. These long-lost paintings of saints may be over 1200 years old. A team of […]

Buddhist festival held without spectators in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s annual Esala Perahera festival was held in the inland city of Kandy. Every year, dancers, fire twirlers, musicians and elephants adorn glittering costumes as part of the Buddhist celebration. No spectators were allowed this year due to coronavirus restrictions. Also known as the Festival of the Tooth, it is usually celebrated in July […]

In Japan, a Buddhist Funeral Service for Robot Dogs

In Japan, a Buddhist Funeral Service for Robot Dogs May 27th, 2018 Via: National Geographic: A traveler happening upon a funeral for robot dogs might be taken aback. Is this a performance art statement about modern life? Is it a hoax? A practical joke? […]

How Unarmed Civilians Stopped Violent Sinhala Buddhist Mobs in Sri Lanka

On March 4th, Sinhala Buddhist mobs began sweeping through Sri Lanka’s Kandy district, hurling petrol bombs at Muslim-owned houses, shops and mosques. The attacks came as a shock, as Sri Lanka has not seen violence on this scale in nearly a decade. The government deployed thousands of security forces, armed with automatic weapons, tear gas and […]

A Buddhist Teacher’s Perspective To Donald Trump’s Presidency

Next Story Trump’s presidential win left many people feeling let down by their fellow citizens. It came as a big surprise, particularly to many of the women of America, who saw a clear betrayal in the fact that not only did a woman not win the election, she was beat out by a someone who […]

The Four Key Elements of True Love, According To Thich Nhat Hanh, A Vietnamese Buddhist Monk

Next Story “You must love in such a way that the person you love feels free.” – Thich Nhat Hanh What is love? What is ‘true’ love? Can it even be defined? Today, our ideas about love are largely defined by fairytales, movies, and television shows, and its definition continues to change. But we all have certain conditions […]

A Buddhist Monk & Disciple of Thich Nhat Hanh Explains Mindfulness For Times of Conflict

Next Story Brother Phap Dung is a Vietnamese American who has been residing in Plum Village, a Buddhist meditation centre founded by two Vietnamese monastics, Chân Không and Thích Nhất Hạnh, for the last six years. You might be familiar with Thích Nhất Hạnh, a Buddhist monk and peace activist who has written more than 100 books, including […]

A Buddhist Teacher’s Response To Donald Trump Being The President of The United States

Next Story Trump’s presidential win left many people feeling let down by their fellow citizens. It came as a big surprise, particularly to many of the women of America, who saw a clear betrayal in the fact that not only did a woman not win the election, she was beat out by a someone who is perceived as a sexist […]

Buddhist monk sentenced to almost 8 years in prison for sexually abusing boys

The 62-year-old man, identified as Hans D. [AP] or Genpo D. [Suddeutsche Zeitung] for privacy reasons, was convicted in Augsburg state court, the dpa news agency reported. The monk also took pornographic photos of his victims, and possessed other child pornography, AP reported. Vatican’s 3rd most powerful figure, Cardinal Pell, charged with multiple sex assaults […]

Military Coup Underway In Turkey

There are reports that a military coup is currently underway in Turkey. The Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that Turkish soldiers have blocked both bridges on the Bosphorus in Istanbul while gunfire has been heard and jets and helicopters are reportedly flying low in the country’s capital Ankara. Right now in the skies of […]

13 hostages freed from Dhaka cafe after overnight attack saw 20 victims killed

“The operation is over and the situation is under control,” army spokesman Colonel Rashidul Hasan told Reuters. At around 8 am, following a 13-hour siege and failed negotiations with the terrorists, over 100 heavily armed Bangladeshi forces launched an operation to free the people being held inside the upscale cafe in Dhaka’s diplomatic district. It […]

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