1. Ajahn Sumedho: Impermanent Nature of Sankharas (2014) »


    This talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho, full moon day, on 12 June 2014 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.

  2. unfetteredeternalnow:

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    May you be happy. May you be free from suffering. 

  3. glawarhal:

    New podcast from Dharma Seed: 2014-07-14 Sharda Rogell: Mudita- Empathetic Joy-Introduction and Guided. Listen here or at http://dharmaseed.org

  4. Is Buddhism the newest therapeutic method?»


    As a spiritual practice which is becoming more popular every day, Buddhism tends to compliment rather than replace a variety of widespread religious beliefs. However, according to researchers from the Huffington Post, Buddhism hasn’t interacted with the deeply instilled Judeo-Christian…

  5. "I believe that the best way to prepare for a future life is to be kind, live one day at a time, and do the work you can do best, doing it as well as you can."
    Elbert Hubbard (via itsquoted)
  6. "All I know most surely about morality and obligations, I owe to football."
    Albert Camus (via itsquoted)
  7. "When you rest in quietness and your image of yourself fades, and your image of the world fades, and your ideas of others fade, what’s left? A brightness, a radiant emptiness that is simply what you are."
    Adyashanti (via lazyyogi)
  8. "The body cannot be separated from the mind, nor can the mind be separated from the soul. No one can define the boundaries between them. In India, asana was never considered to be merely physical as it is in the west."

    B.K.S. Iyengar

    The Tree of Yoga (P. 46)

  9. "Many of you may say that performing an asana is a physical discipline, but if you speak in that way without knowing the depth of asana, you have already fallen from the grace of yoga."

    B.K.S. Iyengar

    The Tree of Yoga (P. 46)

  10. "All men are in need of help and depend on one another. Human solidarity is the necessary condition for the unfolding of any one individual."
    Erich Fromm (via itsquoted)



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