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Developing Power of the Heart and Mind. Transcription. Guided Meditation and Talk. with Christopher. Hosted by SanghaLive. Sunday 25 September 2022

This is a transcribed Guided Meditation and Talk on Developing Power of the Heart and Power of the Mind. The transcription has been edited, modified and adapted for readability.

SanghaLive and Marnie hosted the session on Sunday 25 September 2022. Continue reading 



THE PRECISION OF PALI (the language of the Buddha). Past. Present. Future. Hope. Explore the subtle meaning to change your view of time and a positive desire

The teachings make clear our view of what is viewed matters as much as the viewed of the past, present or future. Continue reading 



The Buddha NEVER stated the World is Within You. Take no notice of the Buddhists who claim he did

You might have heard or read that the Buddha claimed “the world is within you.”  Buddhists often make this claim based on a sutta (discourse) in the Gradual Discourses (Anguttara Nikaya) of the Buddha. Continue reading 



Have you applied mindfulness to the extent necessary? You could consider next the exploration of non-violence

Buddha-Dharma offers a diversity of themes to explore the human experience. Currently, the primary exposure to the teachings in the West occurred through mindfulness/meditation retreats. Not surprisingly, mindfulness/meditation gained a self-existence somewhat detached from much of the rest of the body of the teachings. Continue reading 



2600 years ago, Prince Gautama ‘woke up’ – meaning a buddha who abides/teaches free from deceptions. The word ‘buddha’ retains its original meaning. Why has ‘woke’ lost its meaning in a decade?

Prince Gautama, heir to the Sakyan kingdom of north India Kingdom, experienced a personal crisis at the age of 29. He fled his responsibilities as a prince, father and husband determined to find a resolution to the suffering and anguish he experienced. Born into a dysfunctional family, he could not handle the responsibilities he faced for himself and his family as a future king of the country. Continue reading 




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