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Rekrutacja

Polska Sangha dopiero raczkuje. Niemniej jednak dostępne są dwie formy praktyki: udział w dorocznej pielgrzymce tudong oraz praktyka w indyjskim...
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Rekrutacja

Dziecko rodzi dziecko

Coś tam Wsparcie miesięczne: Wsparcie jednorazowe: Support for 14 y. o. mother 1-day meal - 5 USDWeekly nutrition - 30...
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Ocenianie w buddyzmie

Człowiek sądzi, że ocenianie jest mu potrzebne do czegoś. Tymczasem Jezus nawołuje: „nie sądźcie, a nie będziecie sądzeni!”. Budda podchodzi...
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Ocenianie w buddyzmie

Misja mnich

Pielgrzymowanie po świecie jest wspaniałym zajęciem, ale nie każdy się do tego nadaje. Mnisi nowicjusze spędzają nawet kilka lat w...
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Misja mnich

Wegetarianizm w buddyzmie

Wiele osób ma potrzebę bycia lepszym człowiekiem. Wiele decyduje się więc na dołączenie do grona ludzi mieniących się buddystami. Jest...
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Wegetarianizm w buddyzmie

Posłowie książki “Rozmowy z Ramaną”.

Ramana Mahariszi przez wielu jest uznawany za osobę oświeconą. Niniejszy zestaw dialogów nie tylko jednak zaznajamia czytelnika z podstawami nauczania...
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Posłowie książki “Rozmowy z Ramaną”.
  • When You Keep Failing: How to Recover and Boost Your Confidence
    by John Pucay on 19/04/2021 at 12:11 am

    “Success is a series of small wins.” ~Unknown You tried everything. Nothing worked. What now? I was the Marketing Director of a tech startup, and my work wasn’t bringing in the money or traction that it should. I did everything … The post When You Keep Failing: How to Recover and Boost Your Confidence appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

  • How to Embrace Your Physical “Flaws” and Feel Comfortable in Your Skin
    by Sharon Shahaf on 16/04/2021 at 2:55 am

    “When you’re comfortable in your skin, you look beautiful, regardless of any flaws.” ~Emily Deschanel I started doubting the way I looked at the age of eight following comments from other children, about my twin sister being cuter/prettier than me. … The post How to Embrace Your Physical “Flaws” and Feel Comfortable in Your Skin appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

  • How a Cancer Misdiagnosis Helped Me Face and Heal from Health Anxiety
    by Brenna Mavis Anderson on 14/04/2021 at 3:38 am

    “Trust yourself. You’ve survived a lot, and you’ll survive whatever is coming.” ~Robert Tew “I have bad news. I am sorry. You have cancer.” Sitting in the cold, clinical doctor’s office on a snowy, cloudy January day in Chicago, I … The post How a Cancer Misdiagnosis Helped Me Face and Heal from Health Anxiety appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

  • Free Online Festival: A Different Kind of Trauma Conference
    by Lori Deschene on 14/04/2021 at 2:18 am

    Hi friends! Last year I invited you all to join the Embodied Trauma Conference, a powerful, healing event hosted by Tiny Buddha contributor Karine Bell. This free, five-day online summit featured a series of talks from twenty-two thought leaders, all … The post Free Online Festival: A Different Kind of Trauma Conference appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

  • Summer Job Opportunity: Editorial and Publishing Assistant
    by Lion's Roar Staff on 19/04/2021 at 5:01 pm

    Editorial and Publishing Assistant What’s Lion’s Roar?  Lion’s Roar Foundation is a successful and growing nonprofit that produces print and digital publications on the topic of Buddhist teachings, the North American leader in the field, and we have an excellent summer work opportunity for youth with related talents.  As one of a few people engaged The post Summer Job Opportunity: Editorial and Publishing Assistant appeared first on Lion's Roar.

  • The Lion’s Roar Podcast: Mindfulness, Work, and Deepening Your Practice with Beth Wallace
    by Sandra Hannebohm on 19/04/2021 at 2:49 pm

    This episode of The Lion’s Roar Podcast features our own Beth Wallace, a certified mindfulness teacher and longtime practitioner of the dharma. The post The Lion’s Roar Podcast: Mindfulness, Work, and Deepening Your Practice with Beth Wallace appeared first on Lion's Roar.

  • Sending & Taking: A Guide to Tonglen Meditation
    by Lilly Greenblatt on 19/04/2021 at 1:54 pm

    Tonglen, or “sending and taking,”  is a meditation practice to kindle sympathy. Breathing in, we take in the pain of others and send them relief while breathing out. The post Sending & Taking: A Guide to Tonglen Meditation appeared first on Lion's Roar.

  • Detox Your Mind: 5 Practices to Purify the 3 Poisons
    by Melvin Escobar on 19/04/2021 at 3:20 am

    Five Buddhist teachers share practices to clear away the poisons that cause suffering and obscure your natural enlightenment. The post Detox Your Mind: 5 Practices to Purify the 3 Poisons appeared first on Lion's Roar.

  • Pilgrim’s Progress
    by Sandy Boucher on 15/04/2021 at 2:24 pm

    Sandy Boucher on the dharma of friendship, grief, and macaroni. The post Pilgrim’s Progress appeared first on Lion's Roar.

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