The Buddhist Teachings on Rebirth – Lion’s Roar

Have you ever wondered what the Buddhists mean by reincarnation? Learn from the experts by clicking the link below. You might be surprised by the answers. ❤

Moment to moment, lifetime to lifetime — death and rebirth are happening all the time. Nine leading Buddhist teachers explain the concept of rebirth.

Source: The Buddhist Teachings on Rebirth – Lion’s Roar

9 thoughts on “The Buddhist Teachings on Rebirth – Lion’s Roar

  1. Another wonderful post Colleen. I’ve nominated the Sisters for the Liebster Award as a way of showing my appreciation. I was nominated by the lovely Non-Euclidean Sofa and thought I’d pass it on. The Award is a way of bloggers showing support and appreciation for other bloggers’ works and achievements. It’s also fun.

    I’ve posted regarding this issue and if you choose to accept the nomination the links is below:

    https://strangegoingsonintheshed.wordpress.com/2018/05/30/the-liebster-award-and-random-facts-about-the-shed-owner/

    Jan x

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      1. Yes, it can be quite time consuming. This is my first time at doing this properly and I am like an enthusiastic puppy (because I like puppies). 🙂

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  2. I once heard the concept of reincarnation/rebirth described as each of us being like a drop of ocean water; we are distinct only when emerging as a drop, a drop that reunites with the whole, never again to be that same distinct drop. Change and continuity can be seen as both different and the same. Ah, the enigma of mortal life 🙂 ❤️

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