A lay perspective on Buddhist’s conduct can be an intriguing one. A non-scientific sampling of Internet searches may turn up answers about compassion, vegetarianism, new age spiritualism, and possibly political activism in Tibet, much coloured by popular media. Some view Buddhism as an alternative to or an escape from traditional religious practices.…
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Stress and the Mind
We know the importance of keeping the mind and body balanced. We put a lot of emphasis on being physically healthy but how do we keep our mind healthy?
Our mind can create both happiness and sadness.…
One of Master Tam’s publication, “The Dhyana of Living and Dying” (生與死的禪法) is now available in English as “Natural Appearance, Natural Liberation.” Published by the Canadian publisher, Sumeru Press, it is a commentary is based on the six bardos teachings from a series of hidden treasure texts known as the Profound Dharma of Natural Liberation through the intention of the Peaceful and Wrathful Ones, discovered by the great terton Karma Lingpa.…
This course intoduces the principles and practices to be free from defilements formed by attachment to representations and conceptions.
Course Duration: May 22 – August 2nd, 2012 (9 lessons)
Day and Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: Unit 1-2, 2nd Floor
Nam Pak Hong Building, 24 Bonham Strand West
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Cost: HK$40 per session (total of 9 sessions)
Upon invitation from East Asian Library, University of Toronto, Master Tam presented a 2 hour lecture, in Mandarin with English translation, on the impact of the human thinking and behaviour on the world at large. Even though it was during the week, from all walks of life, more than 100 people showed up and packed the library, some sitting on book shelves, on the floor, and standing.…