- Enlightenment now 5 pounds heavier: Scholars produce massive Buddhist dictionary
- Creating a 1.2 million–word dictionary devoted to the principles, practices, people, places and pennings of Buddhism might seem like the kind of feat possible only through the intervention of nirmanakaya, a kind of doppelganger of the Buddha, ...
- The Fourth Turning of Buddhism – Part 2 – Structures and States – Ken Wilber
- These 5 bodies, supporting those 5 natural states of consciousness, are: 1) gross or physical body (Nirmanakaya in Buddhism—“kaya” means “body”), 2) subtle body (Sambhogakaya in Buddhism, 3) causal body (in Vedanta; “very subtle” body in Vajrayana, ...
- Radical Vulnerability: The Three Sicknesses and Two Lights
- In a recent New York Times' opinion piece, Against Invulnerability, Todd May takes a stand against philosophies that advocate that we develop an invulnerable stance in the face of the vicissitudes of this life.
- Colombo Dance Platform keeps in step with traditional and modern
- Mahesh Umagiliya's 'Nirmanakaya' explores low country dance rituals while Priyanthi Anusha's 'Inner Outer' is a piece of performance art. Arpeggio dancer Pradeep Gunaratne will take on 'Kuvanna's Metamorphosis' while Wendy Perera and Sulochana ...
- 'Good Planets Are Hard to Find'
- Here's a summertime post about music, people, and the planet — lyrical and instrumental compositions that connect you with the “pale blue dot” or inspire you to live a life attuned, at least a little, to nature's cycles.
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