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The Buddhists, following the traditions of their Indian fore-fathers, saw the universe as infinite in time and space, and filled with an infinite number of worlds.
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Events Archives – The Zen Universe
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Same as last year, Keiko Harada is organizing a Japanese Calligraphy Workshop. Therefore, if you are a calligraphy practitioner or … For over two thousand
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Movie Time – Valley Of Flowers – The Zen Universe
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Nalin Pandya a.k.a. Pan Nalin, a self-taught filmmaker, was born in a remote village in Gujarat, India. He disliked school, but he was putting his energy
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Ego – The Zen Universe
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Latin for I, ego seems to be a most confusing word, used by different people in very different senses. These senses range from an idea of the self which
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Nama-Rupa, Mind and Body – The Zen Universe
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Nama-rupa, sometimes spelled namarupa, is a Sanskrit and Pali term that comes up frequently in Buddhism. It literally means “name and form,” although it
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Anattā – The Zen Universe
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ANATTĀ – THE NOT-SELF CHARACTERISTIC Buddha said: “Physical form, monks, is transient, and whatever is transient is unsatisfactory; whatever is unsatisfactory
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Celebrating the Buddha’s birth – The Zen Universe
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For over two thousand years, Buddhists around the world have celebrated the Buddha‘s Birthday. Traditionally, his birth is supposed to have been in 623
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Śūnyatā – The Zen Universe
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Śūnyatā is a Sanskrit noun that derives from the adj. sūnya – ‘void’, Suññatā (Pāli; adj. suñña), Ku (Japanese), Śūnyatā holds the semantic field of “emptiness”
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Cetasika – The Mental Factors – The Zen Universe
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Cetasika = Ceta + s + ika is translated as “mental factors”, “mental states”, “mental events”, “concomitants of consciousness”, “mental concomitants”
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Kimono – The Zen Universe
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The kimono is representative of Japan’s culture and heritage, and there are different types of kimono worn to complement every season and occasion.
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