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pictograph05.jpgPictograph054028 viewsTibetan Buddhist Art Work: Pictograph05
buddha_life_07.gifThe Prince in an act of renuciation, cuts His hair4015 viewsThe Prince in an act of renuciation, cuts His hair
04_cultivating_love.pdf04 Cultivating the Sublime States4008 viewsPatrick Kearney

Cultivating the sublime states of love, compassion, joy and equanimity. This is an example of a serenity practice which also has implications for insight.
med-guided2.pdfGuided Meditation for Primary Students3988 viewsBuddhaNet's Buddhist Studies for Schools

This is a series of guided meditations with instruction for teachers for primary students. This file is part of BuddhaNet's Buddhist Studies for Schools. It has seven guided meditations for students, with detailed instructions for teachers.
buddha_life_04.gifThe Prince's marriage3978 viewsThe Prince's marriage
buddha_life_10.jpgThe Harp of Three Strings3971 viewsThe Harp of Three Strings
powermindfulness.pdfThe Power of Mindfulness3956 viewsIn the case of mindfulness, it required a genius like the Buddha to discover the hidden talent in the modest garb, and to develop the vast inherent power of that potent seed. It is, indeed, the mark of a genius to perceive and to harness the power of the seemingly small. Here, truly, it happens that, what is little becomes much. A revaluation of values takes place. The standards of greatness and smallness change. Through the master mind of the Buddha, mindfulness is finally revealed as the point where the vast revolving mass of world suffering is levered out of its twofold anchorage in ignorance and craving.
pictograph1.jpgPictograph073956 viewsTibetan Buddhist Art Work: Pictograph07
ritepath.pdfThe Eightfold Path for the Householder3949 viewsThese teachings are aimed at the householder. Each part of the Eightfold Path is explained in a separate chapter. The tone of the teaching is contemporary and non-technical. The universality and relevance of the Buddha's teaching are illustrated by numerous quotations from more recent luminaries. There are also some useful exercises which enable the reader to experience the truth of these teachings.
abhidhaultsci.pdfThe Buddha's Abhidhamma - Ultimate Science3912 viewsThe Abhidhamma, describes in detail the natures of the ultimate realities that really exist in nature but are unknown to scientists. His method of verification is superior to scientific methods which depend on instruments. He used his divine-eye to penetrate the coverings that hide the true nature of things. He also taught others how to develop concentration and how to observe with their mind-eyes the true nature of all things and finally the four Noble Truths.
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