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Name: Yuri Marcus
Date registered: September 14, 2009
URL: http://www.thebuddhacenter.org/

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founder of the buddha center

Latest posts

  1. Cat in a Box – Engaging Form and Emptiness — March 20, 2018
  2. The cracked pot — February 26, 2018
  3. THREE CHARACTERISTICS OF EXISTENCE: PRACTICE — January 8, 2018
  4. The buddha and the beggar — December 9, 2017
  5. Verified Confidence: Faith in Buddhism — November 27, 2017

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Mar 20

Cat in a Box – Engaging Form and Emptiness

by Wayne Ren-Cheng The Buddhist philosophical ideal that “form is no other than emptiness, emptiness no other than form” found most famously in the Heart Sutra can be a difficult concept to wrap the mind around. Emptiness is well . . . empty, and form has substance so how can they have the same properties, …

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Feb 26

The cracked pot

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Jan 08

THREE CHARACTERISTICS OF EXISTENCE: PRACTICE

by Wayne Ren-Cheng In Buddhist philosophy there are Three Characteristics of Existence realized by the Buddha. These characteristics arose from the realities of causality and causally conditioned phenomena, and fall away due to the same realities. These characteristics are impermanence, suffering, and not-self. A passage in many discourses reads: “Impermanent indeed are the compounded (the …

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Dec 09

The buddha and the beggar

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Nov 27

Verified Confidence: Faith in Buddhism

  Religious belief relies, to varying levels, on faith, acceptance of dogma and doctrine without expectation of experiential verification that what is being taught has a basis in reality. Some religions teach that a practitioner must continue to believe what is not, or cannot be proven or experienced . . . that they ‘take it …

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Oct 30

Agression in many forms

by Wayne Ren-Cheng A critical aspect of Buddhist philosophy and practice is the ideal of non-violence (ahimsa). Violence, any physical action that results in the harm or death of another being, is antithetical to the development of compassion, loving-kindness and to liberation from suffering. The reality is that violence abounds in the world; violence in …

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Oct 28

Dealing with emotions

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Oct 16

CAUSAL MOMENTS

by Wayne Ren-Cheng The whole of the human experience is a sequence of causal moments. Some of those moments pass without notice, others never seem to pass. Each moment, no matter the span of time is causally conditioned by the moments before and by the conditions in that very moment. Then that moment conditions the …

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Oct 15

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

Videos on meditation, Buddhism and the monastic life. Live broadcasts every day at 9 PM Eastern at: http://meditation.sirimangalo.org/ https://www.sirimangalo.org or https://www.youtube.com/user/yuttadhammo

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Oct 03

Talk on the heart sutra

This a contemporary, personal and also a scholarly investigation in to the meaning of the Heart sutra. Different Heart Sutra translations Of course there are many Translations of the Heart sutra. Many varying only slightly. There is however one translation I know of, that varies more. So, for this talk we will have a look …

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