Buddha

Mahamudra Meditation. - From, Mahamudra: The Moonlight. By Dakpo Tashi Namgyal.
Mahamudra and the Stranger - Reading Allogenes the Stranger and Mahamudra: the Moonlight, I see some connections. In this post, I’m gonna quickly point those out.
When Ordinary Mind Gnos Itself: the dawning of Mahamudra Meditation. - Here is a psychospiritual poem / rambling-session centered on Mahamudra Mediation. What does “Psychospiritual poem / rambling-session” imply? It means I’m not gonna spend too much time trying to connect the dots for you. I’m gonna step from peak to peak and not everyone will be able to follow me. If you’re confused, I am […]
Past, Present, Future Dissolve in Nembutsu Light - The Nembutsu closes the distance and folds the time that ordinarily and conditionally appears to separate us from that point where Dharmakara made his great Vow, that past, present and future dissolve into the eternal Now. And at the focal point of this sacred everlasting Moment — Amida, wreathed in the incense of limitless life, […]
In Breaking from the Cycle, We Have Broken Our Minds - Birth, life, death, rebirth. The Samsaric cycle is ably reflected in the passing seasons. It is a cycle from which we have disconnected ourselves and to which we have become insulated by our modern world that cocoons us in shells of plastic, concrete and tarmac. Hence we no longer recognise that we are a part […]
BuddhaGang Facebook Groups - We BuddhaGang members run a few Buddhist Facebook groups. You should join us in one or all of ’em. Befriend us. Talk to us. We will talk to you! LOL! What am I talking about!? This post is a map that will show you how to find us. A treasure map!
Nguyen Giac Shares GnoTruth History And Relevant Thoughts - It is that season again. I see the leaves changing colors. The air is wet and cold in the early mornings. The crows have gathered into their nations– they flock together in huge numbers. We can see, in various ways, that we are entering into the next phase of the year. We are entering the […]
To Be Mindful of the Buddhas is to Remember Who We Really Are - Strictly-speaking, it would probably be incorrect to say Buddhism is atheistic; it is non-theistic, and there is a difference. Shakyamuni Buddha did not deny the existence of gods, but attached no creative or salvific significance to them. Rather, he understood that they are irrelevant to our salvation since the gods are themselves in need of […]
Samatha and Vipassana. - When the “two sticks” (tranquility and insight) are “rubbed together” (perfected) they bring forth a fire that burns both away. That fire can not be called purely conceptual, nor can it be called purely nonconceptual– it is not both, not neither. The truth is beyond beyond. Beyond words. Beyond thoughts. There is no truth [it […]
Moksha for my Christian-Buddhist friends. - Moksha (/ˈmoʊkʃə/; Sanskrit: मोक्ष, mokṣa), also called vimoksha, vimukti and mukti, is a term in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism which refers to various forms of emancipation, liberation, and release. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moksha