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Anger
Anger

Thich Nhat Hanh Mindfulness does not fight anger or despair. Mindfulness is there in order to recognize. To be mindful of something is to recognize

Dealing with Fear
Dealing with Fear

We all think that fear is awful and painful, yet the Buddhists—the master psychologists for thousands of years—don’t include fear in the long list of

Catholicism Vs Buddhism
Catholicism Vs. Buddhism

While the western world is more and more interested in Buddhism, Asia is turning into Catholicism. Why is it so? Some people in the West

How do Buddhist measure time
How do Buddhist measure time?

Buddhism has its own cosmology, astrology, and physiology. What about the time? Buddhists use Kalpas. Kalpa is a Sanskrit word meaning a relatively long period

Does A Dog Have Buddha Nature?
Does a dog have Buddha Nature?

From a Buddhist point of view, dogs, cats, companion animals — in fact all animals and sentient life — are equally precious. According to Buddha

Bamboo’s Father
Bamboo’s Father

Jataka Stories Wasted Advice Once upon a time, there was a teacher who meditated much and developed his mind. Gradually his fame spread. Those who

Mind And Brain
Mind and Brain

Dualistic nature Some people think that the mind and the brain are the same things. Other people think that the mind is s function of

Dharmakirti’s view
Dualism and Non-dualism in Buddhism

Mind-Body duality is a complicated topic in Buddhism. The Buddhist position could perhaps be best described as a middle way approach of ‘neither-duality-nor-identity’. This is

The Truth of Dualism in Madhyamaka Buddhism
The Truth of Dualism in Madhyamaka Buddhism

Nagarjuna’s point of view Nagarjuna is an Indian Buddhist philosopher, the founder of the Madhyamaka school. What is Madhyamaka? According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of

Buddhism meditation on unhealthy attachment
Buddhism meditation on unhealthy attachment

Attachment can manifest in trauma, self-destructive habits, or negative lifestyle practices. Buddhist non-attachment encourages peace of mind and self-preservation. Factoring the idea of non-attachment in

Nagarjuna
Nagarjuna

Nagarjuna (A.D. c. 150 – c. 250 CE) is regarded by many as the second greatest teacher in Buddhism. Some people even feel that Nagarjuna

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