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Bhutan_18.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (37)1407 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan_16.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (35) 1404 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan_14.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (33)1359 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan_12.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (31)1447 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan_05.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (26) 1486 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan35.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (20) 1635 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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Bhutan002.jpgBhutan - Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom (11) 1980 viewsIn 2005 the Australian monk Ven S Dhammika was invited to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and spent ten days visiting the countries monasteries, shrines and temples. We present some of the pictures he took while in this rarely visited land and hope you enjoy them.
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120801-LRR-32k-Prayers-Refuge_Bodhichitta-Mandarin.mp3
120801-LRR-32k-Prayers-Refuge_Bodhichitta-Mandarin.mp3Refuge and Bodhichitta - Mandarin1224 viewsMandarin chanting by Ven. Sophia.55555
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Shobogenzo.pdf
Shobogenzo.pdfThe Shobogenzo — Zen Master Eihei Dogen2441 viewsA new translation of a Zen classic... The Shobogenzo is the recognized spiritual masterpiece by the thirteenth century Japanese Soto Zen Master Eihei Dogen. It is comprised of discourses that he gave to his disciples, in person or in writing, at various times between 1231 and his death twenty-two years later at age fifty-three. These discourses cover a wide range of topics pertinent to those in monastic life though often also relevant to those training in lay life. He discusses matters of daily behavior and religious ceremonial as well as issues involving the Master-disciple relationship. He also explores the deeper meaning that informs the so-called Zen koan stories, which often puzzle readers by their seeming illogicality and contrary nature.
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abhidhaultsci.pdf
abhidhaultsci.pdfThe Buddha's Abhidhamma - Ultimate Science3910 viewsThe Abhidhamma, describes in detail the natures of the ultimate realities that really exist in nature but are unknown to scientists. His method of verification is superior to scientific methods which depend on instruments. He used his divine-eye to penetrate the coverings that hide the true nature of things. He also taught others how to develop concentration and how to observe with their mind-eyes the true nature of all things and finally the four Noble Truths.55555
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