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For questions about the Buddha (Siddartha Gautama) as a person - his life, sayings, actions, etc.

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Huh?? The Buddha mentioned intellect? He did mention that one who only studies the Dhamma and never actually practices is not one who lives by the Dhamma. Why do you need the Buddha to talk to int …
answered Feb 2 '18 by Lowbrow
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Did the Buddha teach some measure of "Engaged Buddhism", to maybe more of a lay person audience? Did the Buddha ever teach "Engaged Buddhism" to the Bhikkhus? What Buddhist scriptures support Enga …
asked Jun 13 '17 by Lowbrow
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The Buddha's teaching continues to bless us so I suppose the Buddha is still blessing those that discovered his teaching. The Buddha isn't magic. The Buddha's teaching blesses the one who practices …
answered Jan 4 '17 by Lowbrow
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The Buddha was a man. I have no idea why everyone is trying to dodge obvious conceptual truth. I don't need an argument for this just like I don't need an argument for the fact that the Earth is round …
answered Jan 30 '17 by Lowbrow
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Regardless of the quote's authenticity, It sounds authentic to me. It just means there is no punishment for anything. Karma is just cause and effect. No one is to blame by anyone but our own actions …
answered Feb 6 '16 by Lowbrow
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Any time we don't like the way reality is, exactly as it is, then that is pushing reality away. We are craving for something better. Any time we like something we pull it towards us increasing clingin …
answered Jun 15 '15 by Lowbrow
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To honor the Buddha one should be mindful, be aware of body & mind. One shouldn't try to think or try not to think but be aware of the thinking itself and then be aware of whatever experience that is …
answered Sep 25 '14 by Lowbrow
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The Buddha advocates a life of mild, in the middle, asceticism but that doesn't mean a practitioner can't practice in an extreme way when it is deemed appropriate to do so when the practitioner knows …
answered Apr 13 '17 by Lowbrow
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"If it is the 1st time, that we are living in a world like this with so many technological advances, that would mean we are living in sansara which is not repeating, which in turns mean that new thing …
answered Mar 15 '17 by Lowbrow
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You could work vipassana into the workday. It's designed to help us just see what is happening as it is happening, and to catch even our most subtle emotional reactions. You can also practice medita …
answered Jan 4 '17 by Lowbrow
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What are you saying? The teachings must be interpreted because they are very subtle, deep and difficult to understand even if one is an arahant. Also the Buddha taught to many different students, go …
answered Nov 18 '15 by Lowbrow
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When Sufis, Jains and Christian mystics point to God, I almost know for sure that they are pointing to the same thing as Nibbana anyway...or at least they are both pointing in the same direction. A …
answered Sep 20 '15 by Lowbrow
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Didn't the Bodhisattva master the Jhanas with teachers before his remembering about Jhana states as a child while practicing extreme asceticism? What am I missing here? The Middle Way is not eating e …
answered Sep 21 '16 by Lowbrow
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"Lord Buddha" is used all the time ". Translations from Pali would often use language from the Bible, at least in earlier translations. Sounds like appreciation to Lord Buddha for plucking one out of …
answered Jan 22 '16 by Lowbrow
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Did the Buddha teach that a self or soul (whether permanent and fixed or impermanent and changing) cannot be found, did he teach that it cannot exist, or what?
asked Dec 20 '16 by Lowbrow

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