The practice of Dhamma begins with facing oneself. We don’t practice the Buddha’s teaching by learning about the theory of the philosophy, nor by concentration, nor by a discussion on Dhamma, or by reading about it – these are certainly […]Continue reading
Where is “self,” and what is the “right mindfulness”? These two questions are intimately linked, and here we explain why.
Many spiritual leaders and practitioners talk about “happiness”, but is this really the same as what the Buddha taught? The Buddha sought to remove suffering – isn’t that the same as happiness?
What are you doing with the minutes and hours of this life? What are you making of yourself as the days fly away, as the months pass by?
According to the theory of the Buddha’s teaching, for one who is born human there are four types of kamma that are the cause of everything in this life.
Do you want to be happy in life?
When you are angry, are you happy?
Then why don’t you remove it?
Does there exist any genuine, true comfort in this world?