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Publicado por David Brazier el 13 de marzo de 2017 en el grupo "Buddhism"Continuación del comentario  de la recopilación  “Fe y Práctica”.TEXTOAsí, todos los obstáculos se convierten en impedimentos para la fe no siendo que experimentemos contrición y podamos dejar ir. Un camino con propósitoCuando emprendemos el camino espiritual, intentamos conseguir algo. El budismo se presenta normalmente como el intento de conseguir la iluminación. Entonces se experimentan muchas cosas que entorpecen el…See More
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"I think that the little blue ones are "veronicas"...But I do not know if they have another name in English They are so cute:)"
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"I think that family life should be a middle way as well. It is also a sort of community or group and the leaders/parents must decide how to share time and resources in the best way, taking into account their values. Of course, it is not easy, it is…"
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Mantras (Traducción de "Mantras")

Publicado por David Brazier el 23 de enero de 2017 en “Questions in the Sand”PREGUNTA: Tuvimos una discusión interesante acerca de la sílaba sagrada OM utilizada en tantas religiones (Hinduismo Jainismo, Budismo…). Alguien dijo que, en un mantra, OM podría ser sustituido por cualquier otro sonido, ya que somos nosotros los que le damos un poder sagrado a la palabra, que, en sí misma, carece de significado. Sin embargo hay quien admitía que la sílaba posee una vibración especial que va más allá…See More
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El Gran Pesar (Traducción de "The Great Grief")

Publicado por David Brazier, el 12 de febrero de 2017 en el grupo “Budismo”Continuando con el comentario del resumen “Fe y Práctica, parte 32TEXTO: Este conocimiento de nuestra condición es base fundamental en el surgimiento la contrición.Ya hemos hablado de la contrición en una sección previa del texto. Aquí el significado tiene que ver con el hecho de que simplemente nos sentimos contritos  en relación con nuestra humanidad. No es que no alcancemos estándares realizables, sino que…See More
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"Great!!! They are marvellous news. I feel very happy for you David:) Namo Amida Bu"
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Lessons from a stone

Posted on March 19, 2016 at 14:28 2 Comments

I picked up a stone from a natural path which is not far from my home.

The stone is not very big. It seems to be a piece broken off a larger stone, as some of its borders are still sharp-edged. It is a little bit rough to the touch and leaves a fine dust on my fingers when touching it. Its surface is more or less flat because of the erosion of wear but you can notice the grain of its original texture.

I observe and touch it…


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At 5:53 on June 18, 2016, John amodeo said…

This is very beautifully and sensitively written. Thanks for sharing it.

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Thank you David!. I am very pleased to be here and  have the opportunity to share with all of you

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Bien venido, Nati !!!


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Posted by Andrew on March 23, 2017 at 9:07 1 Comment

The love your neighbour campaign in Birmingham came about after the decision to leave the EU. There was an increase in racist attacks and the Church of England hierarchy felt they should take action. What they did was encourage schools and other community venues to put free of charge bright orange banners on fencing etc with the words love your neighbour on them. At the moment funding has been obtained to make more banners to replace any of the 1000 that have gone up already and to encourage… Continue

The bowl of feathers

Posted by anki on March 22, 2017 at 11:09 0 Comments

Once upon a time there was a traveler from the lands below.

Lived in a cottage in the mountains all alone.

The only company he had were the animals and the trees.

Though company they were none the less spoke in language only the soul hears.

Songs of days passed they sang just…


Nembutsu morning

Posted by Kaspalita on March 18, 2017 at 9:33 2 Comments

Honen encouraged his followers to set aside special times for intense practice; half a day, or a whole day, or a week. We’ll be continuously chanting nembutsu for three hours this morning. Unlike Honen I don’t manage to recite sixty or seventy thousand nembutsu everyday, as I’m going about ordinary life, so I love these set aside times when I can immerse myself in the presence of the Buddha, in the Buddha-field, in the Pure Land.…



Posted by David Brazier on February 22, 2017 at 14:32 0 Comments

Rencontre entre David Brazier & LN Wangmo

les 10 & 11 juin 2017

à Saint-Martin-Lestra…


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