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Buddhism Rituals
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Daily Rituals of a Buddhist
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Buddhism Explained: Religions in Global History
What does a Buddhist believe? What are the basic beliefs of Buddhists? An introductory lecture to the basics of Buddhism. Please consider support HHH this summer for more World History vids for the kiddies! https://www.gofundme.com/2chw7a4 Check out the Hindu lecture here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGV6M4wQ8Os
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The Daily Buddha - Morning Rituals
We often awake in rush both physically and mentally. This puts us on overdrive, scurrying about trying to prep for the day and engage the many things that have yet to happen. Small morning rituals can help us engage the day differently and more in the moment. I’ve discovered the personal ritual I have set up for myself has helped put me in the right mindset and offset any morning procrastination. Another great reason to create a morning ritual it is to avoid mental fatigue. Try to have the first hour of your day loosely set into a routine and vary as little as possible with said routine. Knowing exactly how the first 60 minutes of my day looks like is powerful, as it helps me feel in control and non-reactive, which in turn reduces anxiety and ensures I’m more productive throughout the day. You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.  Peace and Love, Jim The Daily Buddha – Web: https://www.thedailybuddha.com The Daily Buddha – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wordsaswisdom/ The Daily Buddha Store – https://thedailybuddha.threadless.com
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The 5 Tibetan Rites - Do it Along | Raageshwari
5 simple techniques, 20 minutes a day is all it takes for a youthful, energetic you. Practice the 5 Tibetan Rites alongside Raageshwari in this exclusive video and feel the difference. Credits: Written & Directed by Ipshita Maitra Hosted by Raageshwari Loomba and Lorraine More Director of Photography Suresh Rajan Edited by Dilip Ahuja Background score by Kaizad Gherda Additional score by Kuber Bhartiya Sound Design and mix by Kabir Singh Location courtesy: Japalouppe Equestrian Centre Pvt. Ltd. A Kabir Singh Production's film For More Videos Log on & Subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/saregamaindia For more such updates Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Saregama Follow us on Twitter :: https://twitter.com/saregamaglobal For Mobile download Visit :: mobile.saregama.com
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Buddha Magic - RARE FOOTAGE of Secret Ritual of Dying and Rebirth by THAI MONK
http://beautifulthailand99.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/life-death-and-rebirth-in-thai-buddhist.html I was privileged to witness my wife and her family attending an almost secret Buddhist ritual at a Thai temple outside Bang Len, Nakorn Pathum about 80 km north of Bangkok. The Abott performs this only rarely and signifies a ritualised death by being covered wit ha white shroud which after appropriate chanting is pulled off to reveal a reborn individual who comes back to the world re-invigorated and refreshed. There is a very good blog account of a similar ritual elsewhere. http://wheelingcircles.wordpress.com/religious-experiences-2/a-contemporary-buddhist-ritual/ You can download this music for free for non-commercial purposes; just provide a credit: music by longzijun.. This original soft instrumental song is entitled As long as a word remains unspoken. The title comes from the quote: "As long as a word remains unspoken, you are its master; once you utter it, you are its slave." (Solomon Ibn Gabirol ben Judah, an 11th Century poet and philosopher). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh3AuwiG9L0 Shot with a Canon Powershot SX220
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Buddhist Monk shares his Secrets of Meditation
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10,000 Buddha Ritual
The pagoda does the 10,000 Buddha ritual. Each night they bow 200 times. San Jose, California
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Buddhism Documentry - Tantra of Gyüto- Sacred Rituals of Tibet
Old documentry about Tibetan buddhism and his history
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Ritual rite -- Tradition of Myanmar Buddhists
Venerable Mya Kyauk Sayadaw and his disciples made a donation as part of keeping practices of Myanmar Buddhist tradition. Kyu Kyu Thin has the story.
What rituals and practices are associated with Buddhism
What rituals and practices are associated with Buddhism - Find out more explanation for : 'What rituals and practices are associated with Buddhism' only from this channel. Information Source: google
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Lecture 4 - Ritual and Buddhism
Understanding the World's Religions - A Public Lecture Series with Dr. Greg Salyer November 15th, 2016 This lecture series is taking place through January 2017. Stop by if you're in the Los Angeles area! For more information, visit uprs.edu
Buddhist Rituals in Honoring the Dead
Master Miao Jing of Fo Guang Shan Temple in Manila talks about the ritual Buddhist do to pay respect and give honor to their dead.
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Buddhist rituals in Bhutan
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True Words Podcast Episode 9: The role of ritual in Buddhism
In this episode we discuss the role of ritual practices in Buddhism. This aspect is often deemphasized in Buddhist practice by new practitioners. We discuss some reasons why it should be an important part of ones development as a Buddhist.
Are rites and rituals important in Buddhism
The importance of rites and rituals within Buddhism is examined in this Q&A. Ven. Dr. H. Gunaratana and Ven. Dr. K. Sri Dhammananda explains the place which rituals and rituals hold within Buddhist ceremonies as part of a presentation held in 1997 at the Buddhist Missionary Society, KL. Although Buddhism is the religion of nearly one fifth of the world's population, there are many misunderstandings about its Doctrine and Practice. The most Venerable Dr. K. Sri Dhammananda Nayaka Maha Thera together with Ven. Dr, H. Gunaratana, Ven. K. Wimalajothi and Ven. Wimala answered various questions put to them by a panel of well-known Buddhist leaders.
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Buddhist ritual puja in philadelphia
Buddhist Ritual Puja in Philadelphia By Lama Lak Man Tamang. please subscribe this Lama Lak Man Tamang youtube channel for more videos and Please go like Lama Lak Man Tamang Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LamaLakmantamang12/
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Buddhist Wedding Ceremony rituals
Buddhist wedding traditions rituals Planning your Buddhist wedding Setting the date Buddhists can get married at any time, there are no days on which it is forbidden for Buddhists to marry. However, all Buddhists should know the Buddha’s teachings on the mutual obligations and duties of a husband and a wife. Guests at a Buddhist wedding People of all religions are welcome to attend a Buddhist blessing service, as long as each guest respects the traditions of the Buddhist faith. What to wear at a Buddhist wedding The bride, groom and guests are free to wear whatever they like, as long as it is not too revealing. The bride usually wears a dress and the groom a suit. Guests should be aware that they must behave respectfully towards the Buddhist monks in the temple and should remove their shoes before entering the shrine room.
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How to Practice Mindfulness of Death Meditation|buddhist death rituals 49 days
How to Practice Mindfulness of Death Meditation|buddhist death rituals 49 days Disclaimer: This Video Only For Educational Purpose Please Consult To Your Doctor While there are certainly more meditations out there that are harder to do, this one is one of the hardest to do well, even for experienced meditators. This meditation, in fact, is more or less insight focused, since it can't be developed very far by means of concentration or be much use for relaxation, but the scope of benefits are vast. Indeed what seems such a grim and depressing meditation has such a beautiful and enlivening aspect that a wise practitioner will examine and put into fruition. Can you master this complex technique? 1 Choose a quiet, peaceful place to meditate and a comfortable posture. The Do Mindful Meditation pages looks at the four postures in a little more detail, but any of the four will do for this subject. This meditation shouldn't be attempted by those in distress, in an unbalanced frame of mind, or those inclined to fantasy and should have a firm grounding of mindfulness. Before starting, the practitioner should recognize that the focus of the meditation is totally objective and scientific, not personalized. Where (eg) loving kindness or goodwill is focused specifically towards individuals and people in mind, this one is not. As with other meditations sincerity is essential, but the practice of virtue is also highly important in this meditation. 2 Firstly consider the many ways this meditation can go astray. Just like many other meditations, this one seldom stays on target and the mind wanders about in a whole scope of ways. The problem is a complicated duality in the mind, part of the mind wants to look into the subject of death, another part wants not only deny it but to stay as far away from the subject as possible. Some examples of many to avoid thinking about are: The death of yourself in terms of fantasy such as how you'd imagine your funeral, who you would see and what you would like to say to them. How you will die as it provokes fear and anxiety. How other people that you love will die, since it will make you sad or anxious How others will die that you don't like because it will make you feel glad for all the wrong reasons. Where you and others will go after death. This often causes the most problems as the mind starts to become anxious, or is more likely to become prone to fantasy. Falling into melancholia, or other emotions such as regret, fear, anger, worry etc. Crudely speaking, if the practitioner feels sad or angry (etc), it is a very clear sign they are not doing it right and so will need to start again. 3 Relax the tension and spend another few moments practicing awareness to become perfectly aware of what is going on in the mind. If it is still unsettled it is best to relax and focus on some aspect such as the breath a bit further, or to move to a different meditation practice, such as mindfulness. Meditation of death can be very depression. Once you feel that you are relaxed, stable and aware start to consider one of all of the following suggestions, keeping consistent awareness in check. Consider the event of death as having the appearance of an assassin. No matter when or where you are, you won't escape this appointment. Consider the indifference of the end of life. No matter how successful you are in your ventures, or how much you plan, beg or negotiate there is nothing that can prevent it. Expand you scope and compare to all peoples. The famous and wealthy, those who do good things, those who are very strong mentally or physically, had perfect health (etc), those with power, technology (etc), were sages, saints, prophets or wise people. None could prevent death. It's not a matter of ability, or attainments or personal status. Consider how the body is composite and an ecosystem. Your body is host to bacteria in the gut, viruses, parasites, skin flora etc. Likewise composite in the biological sense of blood, flesh etc. These things can keep you alive (in the normal sense) or make you Mindfulness - How To Actually Practice Observe the conditional nature of life. You need food & water, sleep, air, light, the right temperatures (etc), you need the organs and muscles to be able to breath, pump blood, digest food etc. You need the ability to get food and know safety and danger etc. Can you live without them? Evaluate it can be natural or unnatural. Death may occur in our SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS 1.How to Use Meditation to Treat PTSD|ptsd and schizophrenia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uK9bfEo6Wk ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2.How to Use a Mala|beads with meaning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmH799CS1yE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3.how does meditation help depression |guided meditation depression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKhvdXnTawU FOLLOW ME SOCIAL PROFILES: YouTube: https://goo.gl/yEbKyd Google+: https://goo.gl/T1fvmo
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Laughing Buddha ritual to attract anything
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Buddhist Rituals Ulaanbaatar
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The Rituals of Buddhist Worship at Wat Phra Singh , Chiang Mai
A morning visit to Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai - Thailand, is very interesting coz it is abuzz with local people who believe in teachings of The Buddha and come bearing offerings and perform the traditional rituals.This video apart from the visit to Wat Phra Singh also attempts an introduction to the rituals that are performed daily in the Temple across Thailand.
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Buddhist repentance rituals(GDD-64 Master Sheng Yen)
The contents of different repentance rituals are compiled based on different Buddhist sutras. Repentance rituals can serve as a way of practice, help one cure one's karmic illness and achieve peace of mind when facing karmic obstacles or receiving karmic retribution.
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The Five Tibetan Rites and Breathing Practice - Morning and Evening Practice
The Five Tibetan Rites and Breathing Practice - Morning and Evening Practice For a version of this video with enhanced audio click this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1sePkZlJXc ======================================================= Very easy to follow and gentle yoga practice to stimulate your chakras and still your mind. You should not feel out of breath or faint doing this. Start with 3 repetitions of each rite and build up over time until you can do 21 repetitions of each rite. Take the time to enjoy these rites instead of viewing them as part of a gym workout. enjoy how your body moves and becomes more flexible, feel the effects that your chakras produce when they are aligned from this practice. Adding the breathing practice allows you to continue on to meditate for as long as you require. Taking the time to complete the breathing practice gives the perfect start to your day or a calming end to your day. ======================================================= Please comment if you enjoyed this video, if you have any questions I will try to answer them, although I am no expert. Namaste ======================================================= Meditation Impromptu 01 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100163 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Demonstration of the five Tibetan rites https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkLeAUus1Bs Breathing meditation training by His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24UjPsRFCcg ======================================================= All material used falls under fair use of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1998.. Used under fair use, for education =======================================================
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Are rites and rituals important in Buddhism
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Buddhism Ritual
Reading out mantra's at Tokyo Wang Kannon
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Tibetan Buddhist Celestial Burials ● Interesting and Unusual Death Rituals from Around the World ● B
All about DEATH. SUBSCRIBE if you want to see more.... if you dare! Sky burial (Tibetan: བྱ་གཏོར་, Wylie: bya gtor, lit. "bird-scattered"[1]) is a funeral practice in which a human corpse is placed on a mountaintop to decompose while exposed to the elements or to be eaten by scavenging animals, especially carrion birds. It is a specific type of the general practice of excarnation. It is practiced in the Chinese provinces and autonomous regions of Tibet, Qinghai, Sichuan and Inner Mongolia, as well as in Mongolia, Bhutan and parts of India such as Sikkim and Zanskar.[2] The locations of preparation and sky burial are understood in the Vajrayana Buddhist traditions as charnel grounds. Comparable practices are part of Zoroastrian burial practices where deceased are exposed to the elements and birds of prey on stone structures called Dakhma.[3] Few such places remain operational today due to religious marginalisation, urbanisation and the decimation of vulture populations.[4][5] The majority of Tibetan people and many Mongols adhere to Vajrayana Buddhism, which teaches the transmigration of spirits. There is no need to preserve the body, as it is now an empty vessel. Birds may eat it or nature may cause it to decompose. The function of the sky burial is simply to dispose of the remains in as generous a way as possible (the source of the practice's Tibetan name). In much of Tibet and Qinghai, the ground is too hard and rocky to dig a grave, and due to the scarcity of fuel and timber, sky burials were typically more practical than the traditional Buddhist practice of cremation. In the past, cremation was limited to high lamas and some other dignitaries,[6] but modern technology and difficulties with sky burial have led to an increased use by commoners.[7]
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Buddhist rituals in ZhouQuan Temple-2.flv
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Buddhist Activities : Dashakarma Rituals fo Aryavalokiteshowr, Janabaha, Kathmandu, Nepal
The idol of Aryavalokiteshowr, commonly known as Janababa-dyo is taken to observe all rituals a buddhist Newar boy or girl goes through. Every year, after the rituals of bathing and repainting, the idol is taken to the temple and worshipped as newly born boy and girl. In a way this idol gets rebirth from the Vajrayani perspective of Newar Buddhism.
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Tibetan ritual: Buddha display
A series of activities were held to celebrate the annual Buddhist ritual at Labrang Monastery in northwest China's Gansu province last week. The grand religious ceremony attracted over 30,000 Tibetans to watch the huge Thangka bearing the image of the Buddha.
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Sand mandala: Tibetan Buddhist ritual
Mandalas are of profound symbolic value in Tantric Buddhism and are regarded by some as sacred. They can take a variety of forms: from simple diagrams and elaborate paintings on cloth, to complicated patterns of coloured sand and large three dimensional carved structures. Sand Mandalas represent the universe and act as an architectural blueprint of the enlightened mind. They can also function as a contemplative aid in visualisation meditation. Mandalas often refer to secret Tantric doctrine and highlight the ideals of the Buddhist path which includes putting an end to suffering, attaining enlightenment and understanding reality through the Wisdom of Emptiness. At the heart of this medicine mandala is a lotus throne and on it is a sacred medical text. Seated within the petals of a lotus flower are the Eight Medicine Buddhas, who came into the world to save sentient beings from the five degenerations: shortened life-span, delusions, degenerate persons, time and wrong views. In the outer sections the disciples of the Medicine Buddhas are represented by symbols. A rare opportunity to observe the creation and offering of a "Mela" or Medicine Mandala, made from tiny grains of vibrantly coloured sand, with Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Tashi Lhunpo monastery in India. Sand Mandalas are unique to Tibetan Buddhism, representing an architectural blueprint of the enlightened mind, functioning - among other things - as a contemplative aid in visualisation meditation. Part of Tibet's Secret Temple: Body, Mind and Meditation in Tantric Buddhism: http://wellcomecollection.org/secrettemple Find us on Facebook: - http://www.facebook.com/wellcomecollection Follow us on Twitter: - http://twitter.com/explorewellcome See us on Instagram: - http://instagram.com/wellcomecollection
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Why is ritual emphasised in Buddhism? Lama Jampa Thaye
Lama Jampa Thaye discusses the role of ritual in Buddhism. http://www.dechen.org http://www.youtube.com/user/DechenBuddhism http://www.dechen-buddhists.blogspot.com
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#KaahonFolk - Tamang | Rituals of Marriage | Buddhism | Bonism of Tibet
Religious practices are one important parameter of identity formation of the tribes living in the hills of West Bengal. Tamangs are also of no exception. They are Buddhists by religion. Religion dominates their customs and tradition. All rituals of Marriage, name giving ceremony, death, etc are been guided by the religion of the Tamangs which is Buddhism mainly yet having some traits of the pre-Buddhist religious traits of Bonism of Tibet. Religion is the cocoon of comfort that aggravates their confidence of their own ethnicity. The emotional engagement of following the rituals of marriage proves the fact that they are very conscious of preserving their cultural heritage that is been given to them by their ancestors. Tamangs are not out of struggling for their ethnicity, yet with time they have progressed to come up with being a confident ethnic major tribe of India. Video created by Kaahon Team. Visit us @ www.kaahon.com Like us @ https://www.facebook.com/kaahon.Media... Follow us @ https://twitter.com/kaahonwall Google+ @ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+KaahonMe... For Advertisement, Contact us at [email protected] Phone & Whatsapp @ +91 9831679050
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Dalai Lama performs special ritual at Buddhist festival (13 Jan,2017)
Dalai Lama performs special ritual at Buddhist festival (13 Jan,2017)
Buddhist ritual in Pokhara buddhist temple, Nepal
Buddhist monks playing drums and pipes during ceremony in buddhist monastery in Pokhara, Nepal
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Buddhist Art & Ritual in Kathmandu, Nepal
Worshippers circle the Bauddhanath Stupa and monks chant at a monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal - Video by Jyoti Duwadi.
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Shinto and Buddhism in Japan
Brief overview of ritual practices in Japan related to Buddhism and Shinto religion
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Buddhist ritual 2012
I was here to put baht for good luck. Btw I believe in god but redirect my respect to my grandparents.
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A monk performing rituals at Buddhist temple, Delhi
A buddhist monk performs rituals at Buddhist temple in Delhi. He recites pray from the prayer book and on the table he has Bumpa (vessel), mani khorlo (mani wheeler). The main statues inside the temple is Lord Buddha and Guru Rinpoche and they have offered water and butter lamp. An antique drum and Jaling (oboes). This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
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1st Anniversary Thousands Buddha Reading  UK
Thousands Buddha Reading UK
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Buddhism Fire Ritual in Jerusalem 5-6
Buddhism Fire Ritual for world peace in Jerusalem 1-6 September 10, 2008
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Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism | World History | Khan Academy
An introduction to the major schools of Buddhist thought--Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism. Missed the previous lesson? Watch here: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/world-history/ancient-medieval/buddhism-intro/v/core-spiritual-ideas-of-buddhism World History on Khan Academy: From the earliest civilizations to the modern world, geography, religion, trade, and politics have bound peoples and nations together — and torn them apart. Take a journey through time and space and discover the fascinating history behind the complex world we inhabit today. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to KhanAcademy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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Buddhist repentance rituals(GDD-64) DVD
The contents of different repentance rituals are compiled based on different Buddhist sutras. Repentance rituals can serve as a way of practice, help one cure one's karmic illness and achieve peace of mind when facing karmic obstacles or receiving karmic retribution. More online courses: https://www.youtube.com/user/DDMTV05
Views: 173 Master Sheng Yen
Japan The Way of Zen : Zen Buddhism Documentary
Pierre Brouwers has travelled the length and breadth of Honshu – the largest of the islands forming Japan – to provide an in-depth discovery of the “land of the rising sun”. Cities like Kyoto and Hiroshima are fascinating for their history. Everywhere, traditions are very carefully preserved, especially when it comes to festivals. But these days robots have largely replaced workers on car assembly lines and the younger generations lap up the innovations of the 21st century. The population, one of the world’s most dense, finds its balance in the words wisdom and harmony. Not forgetting the word that is the key to it all, Zen. KYOTO. Golden Pavilion, temples and palaces. Tea ceremony. The Jidai Matsuri Festival. Kyudo and archers. The station. TAKAYAMA: the autumn festival. Chayano Tuff. Kamikochi Park. Ogimatchi. KANAZAWA: painting on lacquer. The districts of geishas and samurais. The 21st century museum. Chihirama Beach. HIROSHIMA. The A-bomb dome. The Museum for Peace. The sacred island of Miyajima. Shipyards. Car plant. KOYA: temples, monks and cemetery. NAOSHIMA. Shinkansen. Air photography.
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