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Through Buddhism, Change Your Karma

What is karma? Karma represents tendencies present in the inner, unconscious realm of life. They have been created through one’s past actions, which include ways of thinking, ways of speaking and physical actions. Karma, or actions, can be either good or bad, positive or negative. Popular thinking views karma as negative but Buddhism says that […]

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Develop Deep Wisdom Through Buddhism

Develop a Mind of Faith When you chant, Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, you connect with the Buddha Nature within you. A mind of faith will allow you to fully tap the deep wisdom accessible as you access this universal level in your life. So, what is a mind of faith? This means that, when you chant Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, you […]

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Change Your Destiny, Through Buddhism

What is Karma? We all are born with karma. The popular belief about it is that karma is negative but karma can be either negative or positive. According to the Dictionary of Buddhism, karma comprises negative or positive potentials in the inner, unconscious realm of life, created through our actions in the past or present. […]

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What is Compassion Anyway?

What is Compassion? Compassion, according to Buddhism, embodies altruistic action that tries to relieve people from suffering and bring them happiness by being an ally, continuing to give someone support and encouragement until they become happy. George Saunders in his speech Advice to Graduates printed in the New York Times on July 31, 13, tells […]

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What is Faith,Exactly?

The Question Exactly, what is faith and how do you find it? In Nichiren Buddhism, faith doesn’t just appear from nowhere. It is built step-by-step. If you decide to practice, I can tell you that chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo will enable your life to work, but you’ll need to prove to yourself. You can start by sitting […]

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Chanting for Goals Develops Spiritual Attributes in the Practitioner

Learning to Trust the Wisdom Within    Post#2 By Margaret Blaine, The Practical Buddhist   Usually when you start to practice you don’t yet believe you have a Buddha nature within, a deeper source of wisdom, courage and happiness. In the past you have relied on your intellectual understanding. Experience teaches all of us that sometimes […]

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