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The Fear In Religion
Open HandsFear of the new or the unknown, is the crippling force that is holding humanity back from moving to its next period of evolution. It is self evident that 84% of the world's population is not ready for the move. Only 16% of the world has an alternative to religion.
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The Art And Science Of Giving
One subject most Success Coaches, Abundance Trainers, Holistic Metaphysicians, and Ontology Philosophers hate to mention is the subject of giving. Many feel they are met with total opposition and sometimes resentfulness.
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Who You Really Are, A Spiritual Perspective
A Spiritual Perspective of Who You Really AreWhat is happening in your life? How are you responding to what is happening? We need to take a look at these questions with a priority of spiritual perspective in mind.
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Dispelling The Fear of Death
Dispelling The Fear of DeathIt is natural to feel fear of the unknown. But death is not an enemy, it is a natural fact of life, a stage of our existence, and a transition or doorway between planes of reality. Death has its own harmony with nature just as a tree loses its leaves every fall.
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Buddhism - The Five Faculties
Buddhism - The Five FacultiesThe Buddha was very pragmatic. He didn’t philosophize about “the nature of reality”; he gave us simple, basic guidelines about how we can manage the challenges and difficulties of life. He described five faculties that we need to develop to do so: confidence, effort, mindfulness, concentration, and discernment.
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Nirvana
NirvanaNibbana or Nirvana is the ultimate good news of Theravada Buddhism: it means complete liberation. Naturally, people want to know about the nature of nibbana, but from the Theravada standpoint, knowing how a person is transformed in attaining nibbana is more important than understanding what it is.
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The Buddha and Love
The Buddha and LoveDid the Buddha love? If he was beyond passion, was he also beyond love? Is there passionless love? And if there is, does it have any value for us? A few centuries after the Buddha's lifetime, a controversy arose concerning the Buddha's emotional life. A group of monks declared that, since the Buddha was araga, or free of passion, he was incapable of emotions such as compassion and love.
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Karma: What Is It?
Karma: What Is It?Karma is one of those topics that many people know a little about, but few understand the intricacies of it. To start with, the second law of thermodynamics is that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. On the universal scale, this is the law of karma. The law of karma basically states that every action has a reaction and whatever you do to others will later return to you.
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The Storms of Spiritual Life
The Storms of Spiritual LifeI have known meditators who have congratulated themselves for their meditative proficiency when practice has been easy. And I have known meditators filled with doubt and self-condemnation when the practice has been stormy. Practicing with our best effort during periods of crisis and personal struggle may not bring about spiritual highs. It may, however, bring something more important...
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Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About NothingMost of human activity is oriented around something, some thing. Externally, we may focus on material things, relationships, money, politics, and the like. Internally, the focus may be on feelings, thoughts, beliefs, identity, health, or—with particular force—things we like or don't like about ourselves. During almost every waking moment, our thoughts are concerned with something. We may take it for granted that this is as it should be.
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