Bodhisattva Road September 2017

Chanting: What Is It Good For?
Chanting is a practice that exists in most of the Buddhist world. It’s often used to prepare the mind for meditation, or to separate us…

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Why The Buddha Matters
I think we get distracted sometimes when we are talking about the Buddha. We can have this tendency to give a lot of thought to…

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Faith in Mind: Rest and Suchness

Stop activity and there is no activity; When activity stops, there is no rest. Since two cannot be established, How can there be one? Stilling our minds is like resting and sometimes…

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Faith In Mind: Oneness and Duality

One thing is not different from another. The deluded mind clings to whatever it desires. If we awakening we can see how all things are connected, how separation is an illusion.

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MORE FROM Bodhisattva Road

Faith in Mind: Being Natural
Faith in Mind: Comparisons and Anxiety
Faith in Mind: Unifying the Mind with Silence
Faith in Mind: Beginning the Practice
Faith in Mind: Introduction

 

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About Daniel Scharpenburg

Daniel Scharpenburg is an independent dharma teacher living in Kansas City. He gives online teachings through the Open Heart Project, the largest virtual mindfulness community in the world. His writing has appeared in Lion's Roar, Patheos, Tattooed Buddha, and Elephant Journal.

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