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12 Buddhist Books To Read On Your Path To Enlightenment

“How to Celebrate one’s Birthday in the Buddhist Tradition.”  1024px-2008-Buddha's_Birthday-Seoul-01

“How to Celebrate one’s Birthday in the Buddhist Tradition.” 1024px-2008-Buddha's_Birthday-Seoul-01

Preparing to Die: Practical Advice and Spiritual Wisdom from the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition: 9781559394086: Andrew Holecek: Books: Shambhala Publications

Preparing to Die: Practical Advice and Spiritual Wisdom from the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition: 9781559394086: Andrew Holecek: Books: Shambhala Publications

Blue Lapis Mala Once used exclusively in Buddhist tradition as a Mantra Mala, or prayer beads, these beautiful handmade works of art. Hand tied with pure silk thread. Made with the traditional 108 semi-precious stones, and finished with a lush silk tassel. Lapis Lazuli: associated with the third eye and throat chakras, this stone enhances communication, increases truth and integrity, and opens the third eye. It allows for speaking one's truth, and connects to spiritual and higher wisdom. 5…

Blue Lapis Mala Boutique

Blue Lapis Mala Once used exclusively in Buddhist tradition as a Mantra Mala, or prayer beads, these beautiful handmade works of art. Hand tied with pure silk thread. Made with the traditional 108 semi-precious stones, and finished with a lush silk tassel. Lapis Lazuli: associated with the third eye and throat chakras, this stone enhances communication, increases truth and integrity, and opens the third eye. It allows for speaking one's truth, and connects to spiritual and higher wisdom. 5…

Basic instructions on how to perform prostrations in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, given by the Venerable Thubten Chodron from Sravasti Abbey

Basic instructions on how to perform prostrations in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, given by the Venerable Thubten Chodron from Sravasti Abbey

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the founder and spiritual director of Ligmincha International and master teacher of the Bön Buddhist tradition, is known for his ability to make ancient Tibetan teachings accessible to modern-day students. In this enlightening interview, the author of The True Source of Healing: How the Ancient Tibetan Practice of Soul Retrieval Can Transform and Enrich Your Life discusses the true source of illness and the nature of the soul. “It’s a sense of absolute balance of…

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the founder and spiritual director of Ligmincha International and master teacher of the Bön Buddhist tradition, is known for his ability to make ancient Tibetan teachings accessible to modern-day students. In this enlightening interview, the author of The True Source of Healing: How the Ancient Tibetan Practice of Soul Retrieval Can Transform and Enrich Your Life discusses the true source of illness and the nature of the soul. “It’s a sense of absolute balance of…

Dalai Lama visited Darwin, Australia for the first time. He spoke about the Four Noble Truths are one of the central teachings of the Buddhist tradition.

Dalai Lama visited Darwin, Australia for the first time. He spoke about the Four Noble Truths are one of the central teachings of the Buddhist tradition.

Bells of Mindfulness In Thich Nhat Hanh’s Buddhist tradition they use temple bells to remind them to come back to the present moment. Every time they hear the bell, they stop talking, stop their thinking, and return to themselves, breathing in and out, and smiling. If you have a bell at home, you can practice breathing and smiling with its lovely sound. This is a simple practice to find peace, calm and bring your mind back to the present moment..~~Thich Nhat Hanh~~

Bells of Mindfulness In Thich Nhat Hanh’s Buddhist tradition they use temple bells to remind them to come back to the present moment. Every time they hear the bell, they stop talking, stop their thinking, and return to themselves, breathing in and out, and smiling. If you have a bell at home, you can practice breathing and smiling with its lovely sound. This is a simple practice to find peace, calm and bring your mind back to the present moment..~~Thich Nhat Hanh~~

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