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Mit dem obigen Dhammapadavers 331 wird meist eine Geschichte verbunden, in der Mara versucht, den Buddha zur Königsmacht und Weltherrschaft zu verführen. Darauf würde sich der Buddha aber nie einlassen. Er war nicht daran interessiert, Macht über andere zu besitzen. Vielmehr ging es ihm darum, Menschen zu zeigen, wie sie Herrschaft über ihr eigenes Leben ausüben können. Seine ganze Lehre deutet auf den wahren Ursprung von innerer Stärke und Sicherheit hin: selbstloses, rein-wissendes Gewahrsein. Ein Großteil unserer Praxis besteht darin, die passende Art von Einsatz zu erlernen und umzusetzen, wodurch wir uns zunehmend nach einer inneren Zuflucht ausrichten. Wir alle fühlen uns gerne darin ...
With a focus on gratitude, Ajahn Munindo reflects back over his life as a Buddhist monk. He particularly contemplates how very different communities have supported his spiritual journey. He concludes by expanding on his ‘source-oriented’ approach to Buddhist practice.
Buddhist contemplations on: 5 spiritual faculties, faith, energy, mindfulness, collectedness, discernment, going forth, ignorance, saying ‘no’, confidence, sickness, joy, security, meaninglessness, patience, waiting and other things… ...
Buddhist contemplations on: form and spirit, trust and belief, goal oriented practice, source oriented practice, formal and daily-life practice, knowing for yourself, wilfulness and relaxation, precepts, creativity, and other things… ...
Questa raccolta non è necessariamente rivolta a chi cerca insegnamenti sul Buddhismo, ma è una sorta d’incoraggiamento a chiunque sia interessato ad approfondire le sue personali riflessioni. Anziché dare risposte aspira a evidenziare domande utili.
Am speranța că această O Dhammapada pentru contemplație îi vă încânta pe cei care o descoperă și va fi de folos în a-i încuraja ca pe viitor să privească din perspective diferite.
Servant of Reality is a companion volume to Alert To The Needs Of The Journey (Aruno Publications 2018). Each chapter of this small book stands alone, but readers might also find benefit from reading them in the sequence in which they are presented.
Buddhist contemplations on: dealing with an ever-accelerating rate of change, how to develop a sense of confidence, maintaining an exercise routine, diet, use of psychotherapy, ways to survive even when we feel like we can’t cope anymore, and other things….
Eight chapters of teachings recently given by Ajahn Munindo at Aruna Ratanagiri Monastery.
These Dhammapada verses and comments follow on from the first and second volumes in this series. As before, they are slightly re-edited versions of what was originally sent out to a global network of participants in this programme.
Mirando a su alrededor y viendo las cosas terribles que están sucediendo podríais preguntaros: ¿Cómo puedo contribuir? ¿En dónde puedo contribuir? ¿Qué puedo hacer? Bueno, yo personalmente estoy bastante convencido de que en una comunidad espiritual todos podemos aportar algo, y aquellos que disfrutamos de sus beneficios podemos sentirlo, sabemos qué relevante es y también que hay cosas que son posibles en una comunidad espiritual que con frecuencia no lo son en ningún otro lugar. Cuando a ustedes les falta el sentimiento de pertenecer a algo que respetan, que les inspira, les eleva, y les hace sentirse bien, entonces se necesita mucha mas energía para sobrevivir y seguir adelante.
A radiância dos ensinamentos do Buddha chega-nos até hoje, aqui e agora, iluminando o caminho que nos leva em direcção à libertação do sofrimento. A luminosidade do Dhamma é reflectida nas palavras e acções daqueles que seguem os ensinamentos do Buddha. Milhões de homens e mulheres tiveram pelo menos um vislumbre desta luz entre a escuridão do nosso mundo. Guiados pelas palavras do Professor, esses seres reconheceram o quão calorosa e permeada de clareza é a sua verdadeira natureza. Este livro contém uma selecção de 52 versos retirados do Dhammapada. Acompanhando cada verso encontra-se um curto parágrafo de Ajahn Munindo, um monge Budista Theravāda, presentemente abade do mosteiro de Aruna ...
This Dhammapada Reflections, Volume 2 follows on from Volume 1, which was printed in 2009. Once again it comprises a selection of 52 quotes from A Dhammapada for Contemplation (2006) with comments. These quotes and comments were previously published as email messages sent out each new- and full-moon to participants in our Dhammasakaccha on-line correspondence community, which currently has about 600 participants.
La colección de dichos llamada el Dhammapada es una visión de la verdad intemporal ofrecida por el Buda hace unos dos milenios y medio. Visto desde el este, oeste, norte o sur, por primera, segunda o centésima vez, cada ocasión de ver estas verdades es excepcionalmente provechosa.
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Prefazione Viaggiando attraverso le regioni montuose della Scozia centrale ci si può imbattere in vedute incantevoli della montagna sacra della cultura celtica, Schiehallion. Quest’aspra bellezza può essere osservata da varie prospettive, e tutte rapiscono. Scorgendola fra uno squarcio di nubi ci si rivela in tutta la sua maestà; avvolta nelle brume appare solida e senza tempo; contro il cielo azzurro parrebbe un torreggiante monumento devozionale che punti in direzione del paradiso. Talvolta si può vederla tutta intera riflessa nitidamente nelle acque di un lago, o in una pozza formata dalla pioggia. La raccolta di versi detta Dhammapada è uno squarcio sulla verità senza tempo che il ...
52 vers a Dhammapadaból, vizsgálódásokkal.
This book contains a selection of 52 verses taken from The Dhammapada. Accompanying each verse is a short paragraph by Ajahn Munindo, a Theravadin Buddhist monk and currently abbot of Aruna Ratanagiri monastery in Northumberland, UK. The complete Dhammapada contains 423 verses, each a timeless example of the Buddha’s radiant wisdom. They are: ‘very old artefacts that miraculously contain within them the profound utterances of the Buddha’, as Thomas Jones says in the Afterword of “A Dhammapada for Contemplation” 2006, the publication from which these verses are taken.
The collection of sayings called the Dhammapada is a glimpse of the timeless truth offered by the Buddha over two and a half millennia ago. Viewed from the East,West, North or South, for the first, second or hundredth time, each occasion of viewing these truths is uniquely rewarding.
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