"Buddhism" Blogs & Blog Posts

Healing PhilosophyHealing Philosophy

Empowering insight from Eastern and Western philosophy. Harness your inner ...

 
Mind ShadowsMind Shadows

Between the emotion and the response falls the shadow. I take wide license,...

 
Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 
This Is ThisThis Is This

This Is This - A blog of occasional daily life with patchy outbreaks of fun...

 


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“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Victor E Frankl In today’s post I will be drawing heavily from the spiritual tradi...

Dharma Delight: A Visionary Post Pop Guide to Buddhism and Zen by Rodney Alan Greenblat Tuttle Publishing 2016, 128 pages, 7.5 x 10 x 0.5 inches (softcover) $11 Buy a copy on Amazon Peace of mind can be a hard-won trophy in the bes...

I was told, in Thailand, that Buddha spent seven days following his enlightenment thinking about the suffering of all living creatures, and Thai people now believe that their day of birth reflects their life. Seven Buddha images show each day of thos...

Where do writers get their ideas for stories? People ask this frequently, but for me, I only have to open my writing desk drawer, pull out a journal and there are many tales. Looking at photo files provides the same bounty as memory prompts. This lit...

More than any other sport, it forces a standoff between body and mind.

Xian'er is a robotic Buddhist monk that lives at the 1,700 year-old Longquan Temple in Beijing, China. Video below. The temple is host to an animation and maker studio meant to blend technology, science, and spirituality. From CNN: (Animation...

So to determine which religion is the strongest, subject the adherents to bench press experiments. I was laughing helplessly when i read this research paper. Only in India. For the purpose of the study Two hundred ten (210) men from Buddhist monaster...