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  • n. The teachings, practices and states of consciousness transmitted by Prince Siddhartha, the Shakyamuni Buddha.
  • n. The teachings, practices and states of consciousness transmitted by His Successors.


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  • What make you to say, "apart from the world we live in there is no Buddha-dharma."?


  • Rinpoche, a close disciple of His Holiness, will explain why this is so and introduce the precious Buddha-dharma contained in this book that can enable living beings to quickly become enlightened.

    Sedona, Arizona, Events, News and Press

  • While everyone supports the need for change in Myanmar, there seems to be a "disconnect" in the reasoning of some people who have attempted to justify or just ignore behavior that is contrary to the Buddha-dharma, beginning with members of the Sangha who took hostages and set cars on fire in Pakokku [1], an overt act of retaliatory aggression clearly meant as intimidation and unbecoming of the spirit of the Buddhist tradition, then the most recent reports that some members of the Sangha are stockpiling firearms for their next encounter with military junta [2].

    Aggression, Retaliatory Behavior, and the Buddhist Sangha

  • "exoteric Buddha-dharma and the esoteric Buddha-dharma of Tibet" - a connection we pondered when the weird space first hit our radar around this time last year.

    Curbed SF


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