• Buddhist Path & Relation to empty atom

    What is Buddhism? How does it relate with Science (Quantum Physics)? This video is a not for profit and is informative-educational purposes only. This video explains how Buddhism works and its relation with science in the simplest terms. This video is made strictly for those who are curious about Buddhism and is informative-educational. Nor does this video attack Christianity. It simply marks up the differences between them and how many have grafted their root faith to Buddhism. Comments welcome, all […]

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  • Are We Real? – Documentary

    There is a fundamental chasm in our understanding of ourselves, the universe, and everything. To solve this, Sir Martin takes us on a mind-boggling journey through multiple universes to post-biological life. On the way we learn of the disturbing possibility that we could be the product of someone elses experiment.

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  • The Ultimate Truth

    The Ultimate Truth

    The Ultimate Truth  The Ultimate Truth can be found in the Teaching of the Buddhism. Buddhism recognizes two kinds of Truth. The apparent conventional truth and the real or ultimate Truth. The ultimate Truth can be realized only through meditation, and not theorizing or speculating. The Buddha’s Teaching is the Ultimate Truth of the world. Buddhism, however, is not a revealed or an organized religion. It is the first example of the purely scientific approach applied to questions concerning the […]

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  • Dream Rangers – Changes your life

    TC Bank commercial based on a true story of a group of old men in Taiwan who decide to revisit their motorcycling youth after one of their own passes away. This is a makes a dramatic and overwhelmingly heart-wrenching true story. You are what you think, regardless of ages or sickness. Be positive, you can achieve your wishes and changes your life. Created by Ogilvy Taiwan Creative Director:  Jennifer Hu Copywriter:  Jennifer Hu, Justin Chia Art director: Leah Chen Producer: Abby Ku Director: […]

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  • The Three Refuges and Five Precepts – song version

    http://im4worldpeace.org/baothap/gall… The Three Refuges and Five Precepts This chanting version is from the Peace Temple Venerable Sakya Thich Nu Hanh Tri Music by Nigrodha Dong Thinh-Khong (Le Minh Luan) —————————————-­—————————————-­- Namo tassa, bhagavato, arahato samma sambuddhasa Namo tassa, bhagavato, arahato samma sambuddhasa Namo tassa, bhagavato, arahato, samma sambuddhasa Homage to the Blissful One, the Worthy One, the Fully Enlightened One (Three times) Buddham saranam gacchami, [I go to the Buddha for refuge] Dhammam saranam gacchami, [I go to the Dhamma […]

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  • Falling Asleep While Meditating

    Ask A Monk: Falling Asleep While Meditating Question to Yuttadhmmo Bhikkhu: “Hello, i started meditating a while ago. However i find it difficult not to fall asleep during meditation. Any tips how to be at rest but focust and awake? Thank you. Kind regards” Please submit questions to my YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/yuttadhammo or Google Moderator: http://www.google.com/moderator/#16/e… subscribe for updates here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… and don’t forget to click the “like” button to help promote these videos!  Thanks everyone for your questions, comments […]

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    Zen | Life of Master Dogen

    A film on the Life of MAster Dogen. Dōgen Zenji (道元禅師; also Dōgen Kigen 道元希玄, or Eihei Dōgen 永平道元, or Koso Joyo Daishi) (19 January 1200 — 22 September 1253) was a Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher born in Kyōto. He founded the Sōtō school of Zen in Japan after travelling to China and training under Rujing, a master of the Chinese Caodong lineage. Dōgen is known for his extensive writing including the Treasury of the Eye of the True Dharma […]

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  • Does burning ghost money work?

    Does burning ghost money work?

    Burning ghost money is not a part of Buddhist culture, nor is it a Buddhist belief. This is a part of Chinese culture that has more of a comforting effect rather than any substantial use for the dead. Therefore, Buddhism advocates reciting the Buddha’s name, preaching the Dharma or reciting the sutras for the deceased, to enable them to become detached, let go of the suffering, and be reborn in the Buddha’s Pure Land. Master Sheng Yen  

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  • The Four Arousings of Mindfulness (5-5)

    The Four Arousings of Mindfulness (5-5)

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  • Spirit Of Buddha – Kelly So

    Spirit Of Buddha – Kelly So

    Nam Myoho Renge Kyo. A beautiful music video of a Japanese Buddhist nature. Millions of people have revolutionized their lives through this dynamic Buddhist practice. It is a living, dynamic Buddhism. The ultimate teaching of all Buddhas, of the past, present and future, is Nam Myoho Renge Kyo. This teaching is the core and heart of all wisdom in the universe. It enables the ordinary human being to look within in order to seek the wisdom and inspiration to solve […]

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  • Never Give Up On Your Goals!

    Never Give Up On Your Goals!

    When we are specific, we harness the power of our dreams and set forces into action that empower us to achieve our goals. We then know exactly what it is we are shooting for. I hope this short video encourages you to “Press On” and never give up on yourself and your goals.

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  • Heart Sutra in English

    Heart Sutra in English

    The Heart Sutra is very popular among Mahayana Buddhists both for its brevity and depth of meaning. The Maha Prajna Paramita Hrdaya Sutra Chanting of Heart Sutra in English Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva when practicing deeply the Prajna Paramita perceives that all five skandhas are empty and is saved from all suffering and distress. Shariputra, form does not differ from emptiness, emptiness does not differ from form. That which is form is emptiness, that which is emptiness form. The same is true […]

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  • Thubten Chodron: Purpose of Studying Buddhism

    Thubten Chodron: Purpose of Studying Buddhism

    Ven Thubten Chodron Dhamma Talk on Buddhism

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  • Meditation – Then and Now

    Meditation – Then and Now

    A short and good animation on what is meditation. Where did it come from? What can it do for me?Settling the surface mind is meditation. Living in the present is meditation. Relaxing deeply is meditation. When you are really happy, reposing in love, you are meditating. Meditation is that space when the thoughts have subsided, and the mind is in complete rest.

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  • Meditation for Beginners (Wisdom of life)

    Meditation for Beginners (Wisdom of life)

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  • 卐 Swastika meaning

    卐 Swastika meaning

    Many people saw the Swastika 卐 sign as Germany Nazi symbol, but there also saw the same Swastika卐  sign in Buddha images are other Buddhism literature. Why is this so? Is there a relation between Buddhism and Nazi? Watch the explanation in the video.  

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  • Taking refuges and precepts explained

    Taking refuges and precepts explained

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  • Famous Buddhist – Keanu Reeves

    Famous Buddhist – Keanu Reeves

     Keanu Reeves – Famous Buddhist Celebrity  ‘I live in a flat, I have everything that I need at anytime, why choose an empty house?’ – Keanu Reeves Edit by KennC, 16 Jun 2013 Keanu Reeves is the actor of big box office hits “Speed” and “Matrix”. He is a superstar. He is rich and famous. He is also a Buddhist who became a Buddhist after acting as Siddhartha – The Buddha in the story of the “Little Buddha” in 1993. But, not many people know Keanu […]

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