Practice In Busy Life

Chan practice is in everyday activities; our daily lives can be a time and place of spiritual practice. It all comes down to whether the mind is stable, whether our minds and bodies are unified, an...

Simple and Easy Ways of Practicing Chan for People Who Lead Busy Lives

Dealing with Adversity in the Workplace by Applying the Dharma

What Are We Really So Busy For?

Be Busy Yet Happy, And Tired But Joyful

Talks about Life from the Buddhist Perspective

- Understanding impermanence and living life to the fullest
- Life's responsibilities
- The meaning and value of life
- Realizing the value of life

Facing with illness

- A Mind at Peace, a Life at Peace
- Mild illness is conducive to one's spiritual practice
- How does Buddhadharma help people with terminal illnesses?
- Illness

The Barrier of the Mind

- How to break down the barriers of our mind?
- Why does Buddhism compare our mind to an ox?
- Where exactly are the pure lands?
- Teachings in the sutras for cultivating the mind

Causes and Conditions

- Causes and conditions are not mere coincidence
- The causes and conditions that exist between twins
- Buddhism is a non theistic belief in causes and conditions
- Eliminating attachment by contemplating the causes and conditions
- How to apply the wisdom of adapting to conditions?

Meditative Concentration

- How to enter meditative concentration?
- Is there any harm in entering meditative concentration?
- What does meditative concentration feel like, and what kind of wisdom it generated?
- How to achieve the stae of one-pointed concentration?
- The meaning and states of samadhi
- Let's see how Master Sheng Yen elaborate on the practices of meditative concentration!

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