Whilst visiting the Ganga Ramaya Temple in Beruwela, Sri Lanka in 1996, I saw Theravada Buddhist monks continuously exercising ‘metta’ (loving kindness) and ‘karuna’ (compassion). The surface and
There it is. Reality as the Buddha perceived it, explained through the expert use of words that appear to transcend the dynamics of language. All
Tantric Orgasm… Entire being orgasm Minute being orgasm. Satisfying-fulfiling… The enemy of religion. Perfection Imperfection. Searching… Taboo and acceptance. Tantric Orgasm Pervading emptiness. Non-attachment to
The sensing of external stimuli from the material world enters the body through the senses-organs. The body often responds with involuntary or unconscious bio-chemical processes
As the Mahayana Buddhist tradition adheres to the Buddha’s teaching of ‘anatman’, or ‘non-self’, this term cannot be used to refer to a permanent self, or ‘soul’. T
Of course, if the Buddhist experience of ‘empty space’ is purely subjective, then how can it be ascertained that such an experience is ‘real’ as opposed to ‘imagined’?