At Last-Tantric Theravada (Reblog)

I’ve found it difficult to write this post because it’s all in bits and pieces in my head. But honestly, that’s how I have experienced this situation…

At Last-Tantric Theravada

Baikal Zen — Rhapsody Bohème (Reblog)

Via Colin Monteath Life and Mother Nature can be pretty amazing. Check out this beautiful occurrence and forget your troubles for a moment by filling your heart with awe and wonder. This rare phenomenon is called “Baikal Zen.” Rocks that have fallen on the ice of Lake Baikal are heated by sunlight and emit infrared […]

Baikal Zen — Rhapsody Bohème

What is Zen ? — My Wandering Books (Reblog)

History of Zen Zen Buddhism is a mixture of Indian Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism. It began in China, spread to Korea and Japan, and became very popular in the West from the mid 20th century. The essence of Zen is attempting to understand the meaning of life directly, without being misled by logical thought or […]

What is Zen ? — My Wandering Books

An Inspiring Zen Story……… — Boundless Blessings by Kamal (Reblog)

One day a traveller climbed up on a mountain where he saw a hermit woman meditating with no one around her.  Surprised to see her there all by herself, he asked: “What are you doing here alone in such a solitude place?  You are not scared if something happens to you?”  To which she replied: […]

An Inspiring Zen Story……… — Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Nietzsche and Eastern Philosophy (Buddhism) — Eternalised – Philosophy (Reblog)

There are some good reasons to believe that Nietzsche was interested in Eastern philosophy during his lifetime. In the Antichrist he states: “Buddhism, I repeat, is a hundred times more austere, more honest, more objective. It no longer has to justify its pains, its susceptibility to suffering, by interpreting these things in terms of sin—it […]

Nietzsche and Eastern Philosophy (Buddhism) — Eternalised – Philosophy

“…The Ego” — Suzette B’s Blog (Reblog)

Image by Marielou Lolilop from Pixabay “We do not need to get rid of the ego—this unchanging, solid, and unhealthy sense of self—because it never existed in the first place.” ― Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche

“…The Ego” — Suzette B’s Blog

Tangled Up in Zen — Artistcoveries (Reblog)

Life is crazy these days. Between a pandemic and politics, we’re living in a world of confusion and uncertainty. Emotions run high, spirits are low, and life as we once knew it is a thing of the past. No one knows for sure where we’re heading on when we’ll get there. Day after day my […]

Tangled Up in Zen — Artistcoveries

*Is simple living an art form?

Visting A Buddhist Temple For The First Time — Passport Overused (Reblog)

It was my first day in Thailand and I had to see a Buddhist Temple. I couldn’t wait to rest up. My main reason for coming to Thailand was to experience the Buddhist culture. There was no time for no sleep. I was in a city of 33,902 active temples. I asked around and there…

Visting A Buddhist Temple For The First Time — Passport Overused