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Lama Zopa Rinpoche
Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Spiritual Teacher of Gelugpa School of Tibetan Buddhism Lama Zopa is most noteworthy as the co-founder, with Lama Thubten Yeshe, of Kopan Monastery and the Foundation for the Preservation of

Mantra Meditation with the Medicine Buddha
Mantra Meditation with the Medicine Buddha

Spiritual practice for curing mental and physical diseases If you really love yourself and others, if you really wish to bring happiness to yourself and others, enjoy life, and have

Arhat - A Worthy One
Arhat – A Worthy One

In Theravada Buddhism ― the dominant school of southeast Asia ― it is thought there is only one buddha per age of humankind; each age is an unimaginably long time.

Gender Equanimity in Buddhism
Gender Equanimity in Buddhism

Women in Mahayana Buddhism Respectful and tolerant attitudes towards women are characteristic of the Mahayana tradition. The first female monastic communities are examples of perception of women as equal members

Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama -The Bodhisattva of Compassion.

The Bodhisattva of Compassion has many different names. Guanyin in China, Kannon in Japan, Karunamaya in Nepal, Avalokiteshvara and Chenrezig in Tibet. Who Is The Bodhisattva of Compassion? The bodhisattva

Secret Esoteric Buddhism
Secret Esoteric Buddhism

Esoteric Buddhism is also known by the terms Mantrayana and Tantra. These teachings are secret and not available to everyone, whereas Exoteric teachings learned from books are accessible to everyone.

A Buddhist Monk
A Buddhist Monk

A monk is a person who practices religious asceticism by monastic living, either alone or with any number of other monks. In Theravada Buddhism, bhikkhu is the term for a

The Fifth Precept
The Fifth Precept

Drinking alcohol Smoking Consumption of animals products The Fifth Precept is: to avoid taking intoxicants. Drinking alcohol would be a violation of the fifth precept. The Fifth Precept is interpreted

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 a very basic explanation of

What is Buddhism in China
What is Buddhism in China?

Is Buddhism in China differs from the rest of the world? Is it allowed to be a Buddhist? Buddhism is the most important religion in China. When did Buddhism arrived

The-Goal-of-Mahayana-Buddhism
The Goal of Mahayana Buddhism

What is Mahayana Buddhism? Who is the Bodhisattva? What is the Bodhisattva vow? The Trikaya – the Three Bodies of Buddha Mahayana New Year Mahayana Sutras Mahayana VS Vajrayana What

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