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The following Guru has some very wise words on peace and true inner liberty.
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We hope our readers find peace on this beautiful Sunday.
Om Namo Guru Buddha Gyani
Om Arya Charya Prani Buddha Gyani
Guru’s parents are farmers. His mother, Maya Devi was married at 12. She had 5 sons and 4 daughters. Guru was her third son.
The Objectives of Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangha:
- To help the objectives of Respected Honourable Guru Dharma Sangha by uniting to guide those who have been cast aside and those who would divide society to the right Dharma path by eradicating discrimination and enmity.
- To adopt the path of respected Guru Dharma Sangha and create a broad and peaceful environment to encourage all castes and religious sects to adopt the path of wisdom.
- To preserve and develop the welfare of all aspects of wildlife, vegetation and to respect the rights of all sentient beings.
- To establish religious trusts, meditation centers and social welfare centres throughout the world.
- To appoint regional representatives as assistants to spiritual Gurus in order to spread the messages of peace provided by Guru Dharma Sangha for other spiritual purposes.
- An approach to declare the areas covered by Charkoshe Jhadi (the name of the forest where Guru is practicing severe meditation) as a National Non-violent Meditational Region and to confirm its designation as a meditational forest.
I have taken refuge in the liberator forever. I will change all conscious lost sentient beings into the path of liberation and mokchya …
Always embrace the path of mercy, compassion,non-violence,peace; this is the message I want to convey to our society and to all the citizens of the world …
I am only showing you the way; you must seek it on your own. What I will be, what I will do, the coming days will reveal.
- Life in a monastery – Sai Yok, Thailand (travelpod.com)
- Buddhist Meditation Techniques for Beginners (brighthub.com)
- Craig K. Comstock: A Buddhist Vision of Life Beyond Consumerism (huffingtonpost.com)
- Dharma Drum Mountain – somewhere in northern Taiwan, Taiwan (travelpod.com)
- Confession Of A Buddhist Atheist (anatheist.net)
- Bodhi Bit–Eco-Awakening (grantlawrence.blogspot.com)
- Triangulations : Buddhist Creeds & Self-Deception (triangulations.wordpress.com)
- Amsterdam and its encounter with the Other (timesunion.com)
- Art Review: The Rich, Detailed Fullness Found in Empty (nytimes.com)
- Buddhism and the Spiritual Supermarket – Kathmandu, Nepal (travelpod.com)
- 50 years of work brings age-old wisdom to West (sfgate.com)
- SWAYAMBHUNATH STUPA (or monkey Temple) – Kathmandu, Nepal (travelpod.com)
- The Fundementals of Buddhism (brighthub.com)
- Another desperate protest staged, in Gulbarga (thehindu.com)
- Om Mani Padme Hum – Lumbini, Nepal (travelpod.com)
- Master Yoga Chart of 908 Postures by Dharma Mittra (greg.org)