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I practice what my teacher teaches us.
He is a Tibetan Buddhist monk, born in Tibet, educate at Namgyal in Dharamshala and earned his Geshe degree. So I practice Vajrayana.
Does it fit? Not exa… ((more))
The urge to have power is a natural response to the fact that life is unpredictable and uncertain. It is not an urge that can eliminate this fear about uncertainty, but just as alcoholics try to sel… ((more))
The experiences of meditation are not the goal. Oh, in Hindu yoga it is the goal. But not in Buddhism. In fact, Buddhist monks will tell you that if you focus too much on the meditation experiences,… ((more))
There are 3 basic traditions of Buddhism: Zen, Vajrayana (Tibetan) and Theravadan.
I have read the pursuing Zen without the guidance of a master/teacher is a waste of time. But since I have no Ze… ((more))
Yes, Buddhism has gradually made me more sensitive. The practices make you more aware, so it increases all awareness and sensitivity is one of the things you will become more aware of.
But you don… ((more))