Category Archive: Philosophy

Philosophy by definition is the study of reality, existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. While I am not religious or endorse Buddhism, I think there is a valid reason why the ethics, moral and self discipline of Buddhism has taken an important role in modern Western clinical psychology and even clinical physiotherapy (physical therapy).

Jun 15 2012

Perseverance for successful life

Have you ever heard “the grass is always greener on the other side”? It is a good phrase to describe the never ending desire for a better life. There is nothing wrong with chasing a dreams(goals). But it is wrong to give up on them. I am not saying that you should follow whatever the …

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Jun 08 2012

Instructions for Breathing Meditation

There are many different types of Buddhist meditations. Some can be done while walking, some are great tools to use when you are distract from something and some are exclusively use in a very controlled environment. The environment plays a lager role in breathing mediation than many other types of meditations. If a person has …

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Jun 07 2012

Loving Kindness Meditation for Stress Reduction

There are many people suffering from stress(including myself… yes, I admit it!) which in turn creates both physical and emotional pain such as panic attacks and uncontrollable anger. Meditation has been used in the East as a stress reduction technique for over 2500 years. However, it has received wide publicity after several independent comprehensive studies …

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Jun 01 2012

Identifying, analyzing and controlling our thoughts

If we want to avoid disasters or calamities made by ourselves, we have to stop to put ideas in our head. The moment we stop an idea arising, the moment is called “True Awakening”. There are all kinds of garbage in our mind, if we want to purify our mind, getting rid of the garbage …

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Jun 01 2012

How to Practice Buddhism

A Simple Guide for Beginners Let me be perfectly clear that I am NOT a Buddhist nor I will endorse Buddhism. I know I posted that I will not publish any religious items on my site. However, certain parts of Buddhism has leaked in to our Western societies to the point that even at University …

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