In this humorous and informative talk, Red Pine takes us on a journey from the time before China began, through the ages, and the development of Taoism and Buddhism.
Consciousness is Immeasurable, by Ajahn Sumedho
Consciousness is Immeasurable: Ajahn Sumedho, as always, goes directly to the central point of the Buddha’s teaching.
Hotei Pointing at the Moon
Just an old traveller along the way.
Escape Hatch from Samsara, by Ajahn Sumedho
‘Escape Hatch from Samsara‘, covers a wide range of topics from the depth of awareness in everyday life to the reality of consciousness and the unborn.
There is a Taoist saying ‘dim your light’. In Buddhism we talk about ‘hidden virtue’.
And what, Monks, is Ageing? By Sylvia Swain
People who have a religion which provides for after-death welfare, such as in Tibetan Buddhism, are less troubled. But those without such beliefs, can trust to nature’s spiritual intentions for them, as they, like plants, struggle instinctively and unerringly towards the light… Long Read
Once you awaken to your original body and mind, you’re no longer bound by attachments.
The Buddhist Path – Footprint of the Buddha
A look at how Buddhism is practised in Sri Lanka and India. Ronald Eyre meets [the late] Venerable Ananda Maitreya a Buddhist monk from Sri Lanka.
Dalai Lama talks about what is present
Everyday Buddhist: Dalai Lama Talks About What is Present [Short Buddhist film about 2 minutes]
Photographs Taken During a Journey Around Tibet in 1997 by Linda Griffiths
We received a warm welcome from the many Tibetans we met — a life-changing experience for me, a homecoming — the landscape, buildings and the people merging, and overnight stays with Tibetan families wherever possible.