Why Spiritual Discernment and Sincerity Are So Damn Important ⋆ LonerWolf

Luna and Sol illuminate what spiritual discernment is... "So … What is Spiritual Discernment? Spiritual discernment is the ability to distinguish between truth and deception on the spiritual path. That’s it. It’s quite simple. In Sanskrit, spiritual discernment is called Viveka and is said to be the “crowning wisdom” on the spiritual path, allowing us to discover what is …

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Bad And Good Karma Depends On Us – We Are Architects Of Our Own Fate | MessageToEagle.com

Great explanation of Karma. It is not exactly what you think. ❤ *** A. Sutherland – MessageToEagle.com – "Buddhist believers say that karma and what our world is, depends on us, and our good and bad deeds that directly create our future experiences. As John Lennon sings in his wonderful and meaningful song “Instant Karma”, …

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Quiet the mind and the soul will speak…Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati

I would love to have a spirit house in my garden. Have a read and find out what life is like in Thailand. ❤

Retired? No one told me!

Very true, just sitting quietly and freeing your thoughts is remarkably calming. I need calm, having retired, I feel the need for calm and also solitude at times ..not because I am angry, or mad at someone but just because I value time and now I have time to do that…it energises me and gets my thoughts flowing.

Living in Thailand has taught me to be calmer and there is no lovelier place to do so….it may be at the beach under the shade of a palm tree, or in my quiet space at home or just walking…

Meditation is part of daily life here. Most homes and places of business feature a ” Spirit House” just outside the building. If you have a new business Thais always get it blessed by monks before it opens and that includes large corporate companies like Tesco Lotus, Makro they all have an opening…

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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 …

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What Are the Four Noble Truths? – Lion’s Roar

  As a Pagan Buddhist, I am rather eclectic in my thoughts. My Buddhist beliefs have always been enhanced by my Pagan beliefs and vise-versa. I do live by the Eightfold Path and I do believe in the four noble truths. Here is a great breakdown of their meanings. Click the link below to read more. …

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The Four Highest Emotions, By AYYA KHEMA

"...Ayya Khema on cultivating loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity — "the only emotions worth having." "When we think of love, we have ideas that are purely personal. They are based in general on our desire to be loved, from which we expect fulfillment..." Click the link below to learn more about the four highest …

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The Practice of Recollection – Lion’s Roar

An excellent discussion on remembering to establish the attention with full awareness on the present, on the here and now. Please click the link below to read the article. ❤ "...The Buddha called recollection "the only way." Quite simply, recollection is remembering to establish the attention with full awareness on the present..." Source: The Practice …

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