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Are You Unsure About How to Chant About a Complex Problem?

Many practitioners have expressions concerns about being unsure about how to chant about a complex problem. In this post we are going to deconstruct a complex problem to look at how to chant about it. Then we will discuss an issue that makes chanting about these problems difficult, having an assumption of how it will […]

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Get the Results in Life You Want

Do you feel sometimes that the results you get in your life aren’t what you expected?  And, you don’t know why?  When this happens its almost as though we are living by accident rather than on purpose. What if you knew how to make use of one of the Buddhist laws, the simultaneity of cause […]

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Are You Sure You’re Chanting For What You Really Want?

I hear stories where people are chanting for a goal but not getting what they really want.  Without even realizing it, they might be chanting for what they don’t want. In this post I want to discuss four reasons why this happens. 1. You Don’t Believe Your Goal Is Possible Let’s say you have a […]

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8 Steps to Master The Way You Think

Why is It Important to Master Negative Thinking? We are one with the Mystic Law, that creative, unlimited life force, in the core of our lives, our Buddha nature. Because of that connection, we human beings have an amazing ability. Our thoughts take form in the physical world. Our habitual, characteristic, predominant mental attitude shows […]

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What is “Being in Rhythm” With the Universe?

Buddhism teaches philosophical concepts, which, when you really study them, I believe are teaching us universal laws, or how the universe works. For example, one of them is the simultaneity of cause and effect. We are taught that when we create a cause through thinking, speaking or acting we have set a seed in our […]

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Do You Know You Are An Unlimited Being?

I don’t think we recognize what we are at our core. We say we have a Buddha nature, which possesses wisdom, vitality, compassion and absolute happiness. But what is the Buddha nature, really? President Toda’s realization in prison, was that that Buddha nature is life itself. Buddha Nature is Life, Our Unlimited Higher Self Life […]

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