The Kagyu Samye Dzong Buddhist Centre in Cape Town has a large collection of Buddhist books, which members are allowed to take out and read, and non-members are welcome to browse and use our reading lounge at the Centre.
Kagyu Samye Dzong Cape Town Tel: 27 Email: [email protected] A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Buddha’s Lions are 84 Siddhas who reached enlightenment in a single lifetime.
Their poetical stories show how the adventures, trials and tribulations of life may – under the right conditions and with the right attitude – lead to supreme realisation.
Part 1 is written for those who consider taking refuge in the Karma Kagyu lineage.
The advance in non-human rights begs the question, from a Buddhist perspective, when we promise to liberate all sentient beings — or not to kill — just who do we include?
If our definition includes all beings down to insects and octopuses, how do we reconcile our dependence on “lower” beings for survival?
"Iron Hawks" first bike rally was flagged off by Basant Rath, SSP, Jammu, with the main motto and aim to spread the message of brotherhood and humanity and also to aware the general masses about the traffic rules and regulations.
The Radio partner Big 92.7 supported the bike rally. A team of 10 riders will start off from Jammu crossing and reach their first halt at Manali.
Nonsectarian is perhaps understood as ecumenical openness to contemplative practices and arts of the world religious traditions that foster precision, gentleness, and spontaneity.(Samuels may be consulted in his subsection on Chogyam Trunpga in Civilized Shamans: Buddhism in Tibetan Societies)Rime/Rimed[en.wikipedia.org])Rimé is a Tibetan word which means "no sides", "non-partisan" or "non-sectarian".
Threadbare discussions were held to review the security arrangements made for the smooth conduct of Shri Amarnath Ji yatra.
The discussion were held on the aspects pertaining to the facilities being extended to the pilgrims during their stay in the base camp of yatris at Yatri Niwas Bhagwati Nagar Jammu and other lodging centers.
In doing this, Trungpa departed from the very tradition that had formed him, in which he had had the freedom to study with different teachers--he denied this to his own students.
To me this looks like the afflictive emotion of clinging On Kheper Net there is an essay on Trungpa and Stephen Butterfield's book.[ asks the vital question: why was it important to follow the Buddhist ethical guidelines in the early stages of practice and how then did these suddenly become irrelevant as soon as you were practicing at tantra level?