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Ageing: The Great AdventureAuthor:Ken Jones
Ageing is the supreme challenge of our life.
It was the shock of witnessing sickness, old age and death at first hand that moved the youthful Prince Siddhartha Gautama, the future Buddha, to search for a way out of suffering. Those of us who are no longer young are faced with the same challenge more directly. How can we best respond to it?
Mindfulness is not thinkingAuthor:Trevor Leggett
Mindfulness is not thinking, this is one of the reasons it is so powerful.
Nirvana for everyoneAuthor:Buddhadasa Bhikkhu
When you hear the phrase ‘Nirvana for everyone’, you may shake your head in disbelief. . .
Two ways not to goAuthor:Diana St Ruth
We may embark upon the Buddhist path with all sincerity in terms of wanting to answer those inner, sometimes unformed questions. We may really want to know for ourselves what life is all about—why were we born? What is the purpose of it all? What will happen to us when we die?
Walking MeditationAuthor:Diana St Ruth
Walking is a wonderful way of meditating. It brings one to the point of realising that meditation does not depend upon the position of the body. Sitting, standing, lying down, walking--what is the difference when one is aware? The state of being aware is an experience which goes beyond the body.