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Vajrapala Lut Moerman replied to David Brazier's discussion CHRONIC PAIN in the group POETRY
"Feeling with you, Namo Amida Bu Hope pain will soon leave"
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"Waaaw, not bad!!! You did it! Servants of nature, let's thank for the grace we receive from Mother Earth, Namo Amida Bu"
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Karma 4 : Le continuum karmique

Le karma est ce qui renaît. À la fin d'une vie, on regarde en arrière. On passe sa vie en revue. Ce qui ressort de cet examen est comme le sceau de la vie qui a été menée.  C'était peut-être une rencontre particulière : "Dans cette vie, j'ai rencontré Tom." Tom était peut-être le grand amour de notre vie. Ou, peut-être, Tom était-il un Bouddha ou un modèle important dont l'influence a fait toute la différence. Ou, peut-être était-il un ennemi auquel on ne peut pas pardonner et qu’on ne peut…See More
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Summery of faith and practice : commentaar deel 5 : Nien Fo

TEKST  “(is) de praktijk van Nien Fo.”Nien betekent mindfulness. Het betekent ook een impuls van de geest. De Japanse vorm is "nen", wat "nem-" wordt in begrippen als nembutsu. Fo betekent Boeddha. Zo is Nien Fo het Chinese equivalent van Nembutsu in het Japans. De karakters zijn dezelfde. Dus Nien Fo is aandacht voor de Boeddha of de Boeddha-impuls in de hersenen. Elk moment van mentale verbinding met de Boeddha is Nien Fo. Dit is daarom het meest fundamentele en onomkeerbare element van het…See More
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Commentaar (verderzetting) op de "Summary of faith and practice" : het ontvangen van het zaad van Boeddhaschap

TEKST: de methode om zich open te stellen voor Amitabha's genade...COMMENTAAR:De Boeddha heeft de gelofte gedaan om iedereen te ontvangen die zich in geloof tot hem wendt en zijn naam aanroept. Er zijn vele manieren om de naam te aanroepen. Letterlijk kunnen we "Amitabha" of "Namo Amida Bu" of een equivalent daarvan zeggen, of een kort gebed doen, zoals de "Kimyo jinjipo mugeko Nyorai" (In de Tathagata van ongehinderd licht in de tien richtingen, zoek ik mijn toevlucht). Dit zijn allemaal…See More
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Ordained Member of Amida-Order and of the Belgian Pureland-group. Exercice is are very important for me and I like to share it with others. Amida becomes more and more the center of my life.
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Ordination as a Gankonin

Posted on December 15, 2015 at 12:30 0 Comments

On the Bodhi Retreat 7-13 December In Amida Mandala Malvern, I was ordained as Amita Vajrapala, a Gankonin in the Amida Order, vocation as a disciple to the service of the Buddhas and budhisattvas to help and serve all sentient beings.

The transmission of Amida's light was transmitted to me by the precepts I discided to take, by the kind love, care and wisdom…

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At 21:57 on March 20, 2016, Tamuly Annette said…

 Chère Vajrapala... merci pour votre message. oui, je suis française et je me tiens prête à vous aider si cela peut vous être utile. (J'ai traduit le livre de Dharmavidya "The Feeeling Buddha" en français, sous le titre "Un Bouddha au coeur sensible". publié par les éditions Almora) J'habite à quelques kilomètres d'Eleusis dans une petite communauté bouddhiste. Toutes mes amitiés! NAB

 

At 20:43 on March 19, 2016, Tamuly Annette said…

Dear Vajrapala Lut! i am quite happy to get in touch with you. I shall try my best to help you. Yes  for "foolish beings" I suggest "des êtres insensés" "stupides" déraisonnables"

As for the text, you could translate it like that:

"Il est des gens qui ont un peu de poussière dans les yeux et qui gaspillent leur vie car ils n'écoutent  pas le Dharma".

A the best to you! Namo Amiada Bu!

At 21:18 on February 12, 2016, David Brazier said…

OK, thank you. If you look you will see that I have turned your "comment" into a "discussion" like the other groups listed. You will also find you are now listed in the "* INDEX" on the right. Have a look at it and see if you are happy with it as I have made a few edits to make it look nice and read well. If there is anything you want to change, let me know. I think it looks nice. Namo Amida Bu.

At 11:58 on February 11, 2016, David Brazier said…

Hello, Vajra, Namo Amida Bu. I wonder if you would like to to add a "discussion" for your place/group in the group "Our Friends" http://eleusis.ning.com/group/our-friends ? You can do it in Flemish and Elja will add an English translation if that is easier. Much love - Dh

At 20:24 on November 24, 2012, Jnanamati said…

Welcome Lut, glad to have you join us. Namo Amida Bu

At 19:44 on November 24, 2012, David Brazier said…

Welcome, Lut. Super to have you involved. Namo Amida Bu :-)

 
 
 

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Posted by Susthama Kim on April 16, 2019 at 21:30 0 Comments

My children, Floor and I have been at Eleusis for a week visiting Dharmavidya. He had had another attack of new embolisms in his lungs a few weeks ago, and had gone to see a specialist at the hospital who then kept him in the hospital for just under a week and was back home the day before we arrived.

When we arrived, he told us of another serious blockage problem. He lives in the countryside, quite remote, and is on…

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