The man of awakening dies the way a bird moves into the sky, without making a track or a path. The sky remains empty.
The Self of a Buddha, one who had achieved cessation of attachment to the aggregates, could only be understood firsthand. One cannot convey enlightenment in words; one experiences it directly.
Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, the Mystic Law of the universe, when chanted on a daily basis is a powerful tool that we can use to change our lives and of those around us. Here are the five ways in which this can manifest: 1. Buddhahood Chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo allows us to tap into the Buddha that resides inside all […]
Buddha was mainly an ethical teacher and a mystic rather than a metaphysician and preached only orally. In this article, we’ll be discussing his most important teaching – Pratityasamutpada. The doctrine of Pratityasamutpada or Dependent Origination is the foundation of all teachings of the Buddha. It is contained in the Second Noble Truth which gives […]
Buddha was mainly an ethical teacher and a mystic rather than a metaphysician and preached only orally. Buddhism, in its lifetime, has spread to South Korea, Sri Lanka, Japan, China, Thailand and many more countries. It has touched the lives of 535 million people as of 2010. So what role does Gautama Buddha have to […]
A Bodhisattva is literally a living being (sattva) who aspires to be enlightened (bodhi) and in the process carries out altruistic practices. Compassion, an empathic action of sharing someone else’s feelings, is a key characteristic of a bodhisattva.