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Download PDF copy of It's Like This, by Ajahn Chah

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Download PDF copy of It's Like This, by Ajahn Chah

Blossom outside the Golden Buddha Centre, Totnes. © RSR Buddhist Teachings, Buddhism, Golden Buddha, Some Image, Centre, The Outsiders, Magazine, Plants, Photos

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Blossom outside the Golden Buddha Centre, Totnes. © RSR

Repose at Unryu-in Photo © @KyotoDailyPhoto

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Repose at Unryu-in Photo © @KyotoDailyPhoto

Maitreya Buddha C7-Japan

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Maitreya Buddha C7-Japan

First steps into Buddhist meditation – Buddhism now Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Meditation, First Step, Zen, The Past, Mindfulness, Positivity, Feelings, Sayings

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First steps into Buddhist meditation – Buddhism now

We can get very angry if we become attached to silence and stillness and sensory deprivation; it is so pleasant not to have things impinging on the senses once we get used to it. Theravada Buddhism, Sensory Deprivation, Buddhist Practices, Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Meditation, Statue Of Liberty, The Good Place, Amazing Places, Building

The Still Silence, by Ajahn Sumedho

We can get very angry if we become attached to silence and stillness and sensory deprivation; it is so pleasant not to have things impinging on the senses once we get used to it. And if we attach t…

Rectangular Mirror with Foliate Rim and Relief Decoration of a Seated Buddha and a Dedicatory Inscription dated to 828 Places Creation Place: East Asia, China Buddhist Meditation, Buddhism, Harvard Art Museum, Karma, Diana, Religion, Action, Mirror, Harvard College

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Seated Buddha, China, 828. © President and Fellows of Harvard College

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Two Worlds make One, by Diana St Ruth

If we think the Buddha had a point, then we can take heart and make efforts in transforming our own minds and seeing that there is no outer world in turmoil as distinct from an inner one, that one …