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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...e literal Torah, even mathematics and physics, our daily life routine or even Buddhism. Everything is seen in a new way, reminding us of the Creator... ...he correction of the world by ourselves. But there are other systems, such as Buddhism, Yoga, and sophism that speak of various means of enlightenme... ... spiritual body, about what happens with the soul. Q: What do you think about Tibetan studies? A: I know that as soon as one climbs a little higher t... ... I know that as soon as one climbs a little higher than this world, the whole Tibetan philosophy vanishes without a trace. That is why I was never i... ...our desire for pleasure) must not be destroyed because it is our very nature. Tibetan studies lower a person to a vegetative, or even a still level. ...

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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

... Absolute Truth……………………………………………………………………………68 Science, Destiny, and Buddhism……………………………………………………….…79 Call for Papers……………………………………………………………... ...errors and mistakes in previous publications, especially those concerning Buddhism. As I mentioned in this book, I am not qualified. So please note... ...ecially in traditional Chinese culture, or specifically, Confucianism and Buddhism. 2. The Distinct Perspectives of the Universe How much do ... ... universe and have to keep harmony. Through proper educations, especially Buddhism, countless people do succeed to see the ultimate true world (e.g.... ...s, http://www.amtb.org.tw, http://www.amtb.org.sg for the introduction of Buddhism.). Is science a kind of truth or illusion? If it is a truth, w... ...e ICM2002 Beijing, see this book. Suodajikanbu (Mandarin translation of a Tibetan name): Buddhism and Science, http://www.larong.com/larong/online/b... ...versally unselfish, living on highly advanced science and technology? Are Tibetans universally selfish, living on the most primitive science and tech... ...: Buddhist Theory on Science) by Suodajikanbu (Mandarin translation of the Tibetan name), http://www.physics.utah.edu/~junyu/larong/index.html, which...

...efore can be misleading. I have been extremely regretful for my ideological errors and mistakes in previous publications, especially those concerning Buddhism. As I mentioned in this book, I am not qualified. So please note that I am limited in my knowledge and enlightenment of the giant of Chinese heritage. I can express nothing more than my personal bias....

...F. Liu. 22 -- Annotation in the Chinese Translation of Neutrosophics. 27 -- Neutrosophic Dialogues. 51 -- Absolute Truth. 68 -- Science, Destiny, and Buddhism. 79 -- Call for Papers. 94 -- Neutrosophy and Dialectic, postface by Anthony Mansueto. 95 --...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...03 * From tradition to belief in development 104 Buddhist religion Buddhism of the village community 107 From local religion to national fait... ... that everyone in this village should learn the five basic commandments of Buddhism. If we were to obey them, we wouldn't commit sins or be too selfis... ...es have been river valley rice farmers, which distinguished them from Sino-Tibetan mountain peoples, still inhabiting the northern mountains. Later in... ...In his view, local economy works even when large-scale industry stagnates. Buddhism has thrived in village communities, and its ideology supports the ... ...counts are superimposed on two religious world views: ancestral belief and Buddhism.According to the ancestral belief system, the dead are reborn with... ...th legitimate access may sit. Esteemed, honourable old people who 'sustain Buddhism', observe good manners and rules of religious life, sit at the mon...

...lagers' housing, rice farming and other means of livelihood, community life, festivals, weddings, funerals, sorcerers and healers, as well as village Buddhism. The author draws surprising parallels between the worldviews of peoples of Thailand and Finland, the past and future of local cultures. Matti Sarmela started collecting material on Northern Thailand in 1972. Based ...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...errelated Religious Systems The Connection Between Psychology And Religion Buddhism 16 Hindu Beliefs The Establishment Of Buddhism The Nature Of The B... ...ture Of The Break From Hinduism The Spiritual Dimension The Development Of Buddhism Since Gautama The Essence Of Buddhism The Concept Of The Buddha Bu... ...autama The Essence Of Buddhism The Concept Of The Buddha Buddhist Yoga Zen Buddhism And Jung Christianity 59 Origins How Much Does Historical Truth Ma... ... excursions into the conceptual worlds of oriental religions, particularly Buddhism. These I found very helpful in unders- tanding what symbols relate... ...cal details of this yoga are presented in detail in W.Y. Evans-Wentz (ed.) Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines, second edn. BUDDHISM 41 Alexandra David... ...or instance, ram is not the mystic name of the fire, it is the seed of fire… Tibetans identifying ram with the fire, think that he who knows how to make ... ...need not to say that the terms suggestion and autosuggestion are mine. The Tibetan used the words ‘killed by the power of mind’; kill himself ‘by his ... ... space devoted to a group’s con- cepts a measure of its importance, and to Tibetan Buddhism which can hardly be called typical, not to mention everyda... ...olumes, Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, London, 1921. Evans-Wentz W.Y. (ed.): Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines, second edition. (1935). (Oxford Universi...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...n a special god, but some Buddhist sects do and some, such as ‗Pure Land‘ Buddhism believe in a hereafter like the monotheistic religions. While eac... ...ther aspect of the world because all is god. ―And then there is Buddhism which should probably not even be called a religion because it is... ...o to your neighbor. This is the whole torah; all the rest is commentary.‘ Buddhism teaches ‗Treat not others in ways that yourself would find hurtful... ...erers and ruthless conquerors. ―Should we look to the success of Buddhism with its peaceful, non-god based approach or to the wars of Islam... ...uddhist would renounce them all for inner peace. Should we therefore push Buddhism or should we recognize the Western passion for more and better of ... ...none, only their desires which they like to call ‗rights.‘ ---―If a Tibetan wants to immigrate to France—should France be able to stop it? Wha... ... and influence. Should we use the same rules for the Palestinians and the Tibetans? Should Israel and China have taken their lands? Certainly it wo... ...s? Certainly it would be nice for the Jews, the Palestinian Arabs and the Tibetans to have their own lands. Is it some concept of human rights or th...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...lmighty‘s absolutes. ―Look at the problems religions cause China Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns are said to be imprisoned and tortured fo... ...There have been Muslim groups in China for a thousand years. And of course Buddhism in some form has been around for two thousand years and in its M... ...British, Germans and Americans study ancient Egypt, organ transplants, and Tibetan literature. We merely read their work. Our work, at this stage of...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...lity” cannot exist without the illusory reality and this is a mystery that Buddhism does not know how to explain. Every human being that comes i... ...f one does not first free themselves of these poisons. 89 Over time, Buddhism has branched out into many different schools of thought. The typ... ...hism has branched out into many different schools of thought. The types of Buddhism that are most known in the west are Tibetan Buddhism (the Dalai ... ...ools of thought. The types of Buddhism that are most known in the west are Tibetan Buddhism (the Dalai Lama), Zen Buddhism (for example “Zen and the... ...that are most known in the west are Tibetan Buddhism (the Dalai Lama), Zen Buddhism (for example “Zen and the Art of Archery”) and the Buddhism of t... ...ecome one with the sea. This is what I have read in books that teach about Buddhism. While his body is burning and the boat sinks, a snake quickl...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...5% ethnic Nepalese, 15% indigenous or migrant tribes Religion: 75% Lamaistic Buddhism, 25% Indian- and Nepalese-influenced Hinduism Language: Bhotes s... ... 25% Indian- and Nepalese-influenced Hinduism Language: Bhotes speak various Tibetan dialects most widely spoken dialect is Dzongkha (official); Nepal... ...Khmer (Cambo- dian), 5% Chinese, 5% other minorities Religion: 95% Theravada Buddhism, 5% other Language: Khmer (official), French Life expectancy: me... ...ve Chinese Ethnic divisions: 93.3% Han Chinese; 6.7% Zhuang, Uygur, Hui, Yi, Tibetan, Miao, Manchu, Mongol, Buyi, Korean, and numerous lesser national... ... eclectic; most important elements of religion are Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism; about 2-3% Mus- lim, 1% Christian Language: Standard Chinese (P... ...Korean(s); adjective Korean Ethnic divisions: racially homogeneous Religion: Buddhism and Confucianism; religious activities now almost nonexistent La... ...fucian tradition; vigorous Christian minority (28% of the total population); Buddhism; pervasive folk religion (Shamanism); Chondokyo (religion of the... ... Mongol, 4% Kazakh, 2% Chinese, 2% Russian, 2% other Religion: predominantly Tibetan Bud- dhist, about 4% Muslim, limited religious activity because o...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...s don‘t care what you believe. Buddhists have the same problem with not being irrationally power driven. Has there ever been a war to advance Buddhi... ...scendents and with their international responsibilities. ―Although China‘s invasion of Tibet in 1951 resulted in the loss of a million Tibeta... ... may convert to Islam from Christianity or to evangelical Christianity from a more traditional way of Christian worship. Or maybe they accept Buddhi...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...ur family at an early age, and study under famous Buddhist sages, and practice Buddhism all your life; you will not become a famous Buddhist sage. O... ... So, if you can't use it: then why value it? If you examine the goals of Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, Shintoism, and all the other religions ... ...e starving, teeming ignorant millions of Indians. If the spiritual legacy of Buddhism has not worked for 3,000 years: then what the fuck is it good ... ...Eastern shit; simply because their own spiritual culture is even emptier than Buddhism. The same is true for Chinese Spiritual teachings. If af... ...ed to smile superiorly and pretend it does not exist… pretend it is nothing. Buddhism is at its source: Pure Blindness. It is Pure Numbness. Pure ... ...write lying, deceiving books about reincarnation, and the supposed sanctity of Tibetan religion be glorified in print to the entire western world. A...

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He Sat, In Defiance of Municipal Orders

By: Rudyard Kipling

...ctacles, and talking at railway speed in a bewildering mixture of Urdu and Tibetan. He had heard of the travels of the Chinese pil grims, Fu Hiouen a... ... of these and a hundred other documents have identified the Holy Places of Buddhism. Then he was shown a mighty map, spotted and traced with yellow. T... ...s Kapilavastu, here the Middle King dom, and here Mahabodhi, the Mecca of Buddhism; and here was Kusinagara, sad place of the Holy One’s death. The o... .... ‘God’s curse on all unbelievers!’ said Mahbub. ‘I do not give to a lousy Tibetan; but ask my Baltis over yonder behind the camels. They may value yo... ...the platform. He bowed his head that he might not see her, and muttered in Tibetan as she passed on with the crowd. ‘Light come–light go,’ said the cu... ...rdu the tale of the Lord Buddha, but, borne by his own thoughts, slid into Tibetan and long droned texts from a Chinese book of the Buddha’s life. The... .... As the light swept them, there leaped out from the walls a collection of Tibetan devil dance masks, hanging above the fiend embroi dered draperies ... ...ne in the confidence of all their devils. Theirs was an almost obliterated Buddhism, overlaid with a nature worship fantastic as their own land scape...

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The Soul of a Bishop

By: H. G. Wells

...sacre of the Innocents which never took place)…. bore their listeners by a Tibetan repetition of creeds that have ceased to be credible…. Mutu- ally c... ...y sort of Catholicism—seeing it from the outside….” “Just as one might see Buddhism,” she supplied. “And yet feeling nearer Ä infinitely nearer to God...

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