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81 Buddhists Speak on the Meaning of Life. A book. Buddha Life. Zenful Life. Nicolae Tanase

 Buddhahood, Buddha Mind, Awakening, Enlightenment, Selflessness, infinite compassion, the highest happiness, vows, merits, the deepest wisdom… What is a life well lived?

The wind in the trees….listen…a Sacred Homecoming. Life….this moment…siting zazen…there is stillness. Like a Mudra….infinitely peaceful…unshaken…life is Silence. Breathing the moment… Does the question make sense? It is a silent mind… it is moonshine…other than this there is nothing you need to know. Awake! At the heart of life itself.

Between 2015 and 2020 I asked more than a thousand renowned and spiritual people from around the world one question: what is the meaning of life? This book is an anthology of eighty-one poised and peaceful answers on the Meaning of Life, written by renowned Buddhists.

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Christopher e-News issued 30 August 2020. Eleven themes

Dear Friends,

Here is the list of items for the current Christopher e-News sent out on 30 August 2020.

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Zoom Evening Meetings. Meditation. Talk. Q and A. Sundays and Tuesdays in English with Christopher or Ulla. Wednesdays with Ulla in Germany

Dear Friends,
Do join our online meetings on Zoom. We offer three kinds of meetings to support you in these days. All are welcome. Places for 100 people.
On Sunday evenings. starting Sunday 19 April at 20:00 pm EU (19.00 UK time), Christopher offers the first in the Sunday Wisdom Series. The language is English. Title for this Sunday: What is the Truth of our experience?

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The World is not Within You. A Quote from the Buddha

Words of the Buddha can offer inspiration and insight – even if the quote in English from the Pali language may not accurately reflect the original. Continue reading 



What is Mindfulness? 26 Definitions

WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?

26 Definitions

The Buddha engaged in the regular application of Mindfulness in his teachings. The Pali word for Mindfulness is Sati. His teachings on mindfulness serve as the primary inspiration for the teachings on mindfulness available in the West  and elsewhere in the world.

Sati conveys remembering what leads up to an experience or situation and the presence of the experience or situation. There is no English equivalent to the word sati. Continue reading 




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