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Enlightenment Made Easier With Music

Enlightenment Made Easier With Music

Many paths lead people along the long road to enlightenment – when one overcomes the difficulties of negativity in the world of duality. At the conclusion of the journey participants experience nothing but love. Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, service and devotion are examples of such paths to enlightenment. Today we introduce a new path… the road of sublime music!

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One Buddhist Teaching That Will Tell You More About Yourself Than Anything Else

One Buddhist Teaching That Will Tell You More About Yourself Than Anything Else

In Buddhism one of the ‘Three Characteristics’ is No-Self (the other two are impermanence and suffering which are closely associated with this). This refers to the illusion of reality having a permanent and separate self. There is this notion that there is a permanent “I” or “me,” which is a separate entity that can be found. The obvious assumption of we are our body sounds good until we look at it and say “this is my body,” which implies at that moment that whatever owns the body wasn’t the body. The observer and the observed; duality denies our body being what we are. It is also in a state of impermanence, and at a sensate level it is made up of energy flickering at a similar rate to reality.

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25 Life Changing Lessons to Learn from Buddha

25 Life Changing Lessons to Learn from Buddha

There are so many beautiful, powerful and life changing lessons I have learned from studying Buddhism and from reading many of Buddha’s quotes. And today I want to share 25 of these beautiful lessons with you. Here are 25 Life Changing Lessons from Buddha.

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To Forgive Is Not To Reconcile

Written by on March 4, 2014 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 4 Comments
To Forgive Is Not To Reconcile

By Omar Cherif A few days ago I wrote on my Facebook wall, “Forgive others because you deserve to set yourself free.” I had already shared it before and kept it in my ‘Reflections’ Word file. Five months later I thought of posting it again. Someone commented that they can’t understand the link, so I […]

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Authentic Happiness

Authentic happiness is the natural state of our spirit. A central theme of Buddhist and Hindu teaching, happiness is a reflection of Dharma – living in accordance with our life’s purpose.

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