When we recite a Buddha's name, we only need to know which Buddha and speak his name clearly. Once we recite “Namo Amitabha Buddha” in this way, he immediately hears us and manifests before us. He responds instantaneously, the way clear water reflects the moon. - Master Jingzong
Tuesday 22 June 2021 (HKT)

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The Heritage of Buddhist Women in Mongolia: A Conversation with Kunze Chimed

The Heritage of Buddhist Women in Mongolia: A Conversation with Kunze Chimed

Lyudmila Klasanova
Recognizing the attainments and contributions of Buddhist women
Principles and a Pandemic: How Buddhism Helped Me Navigate Personal and Professional Lows

Principles and a Pandemic: How Buddhism Helped Me Navigate Personal and Professional Lows

Dr. Sneha Rooh
How Buddhist ideals helped weather personal and professional crises
The Original Intent of Shakyamuni Buddha is to Extol Amitabha’s Name

The Original Intent of Shakyamuni Buddha is to Extol Amitabha’s Name

Alan Kwan
Why the Buddha revealed infinite light to our world
Buddhistdoor View: Fostering Friendship to Overcome Global Challenges

Buddhistdoor View: Fostering Friendship to Overcome Global Challenges

Buddhistdoor Global
Refocusing on Buddhist values as global interdependence unfolds
The Most Important Spiritual Advice

The Most Important Spiritual Advice

Satya Robyn
How slowing down with time in nature can nurture our heart and practice
Earth in Crisis: What Is Our Calling?

Earth in Crisis: What Is Our Calling?

Ratnadevi
Introducing our Special Issue 2021: Humanity in Transition
Echoes of Peace from the Hipster 50s and 60s

Echoes of Peace from the Hipster 50s and 60s

David Dale Holmes
A prayer for peace, compassion, and wisdom
The Secret of the Golden Flower, Part Two

The Secret of the Golden Flower, Part Two

Joseph Houseal
An ancient and experiential practice of the mind and realization
The Music of Interconnection: Reflections on “Circle”

The Music of Interconnection: Reflections on “Circle”

Noa Zimmerman
Engaged Buddhism, karma, and our shared responsibility to the Earth
Dharma: The Taiwanese Buddhist Death Metal Band

Dharma: The Taiwanese Buddhist Death Metal Band

Maximilian Nilsson-Ladner
Blending heavy metal music with Buddhist chants and traditional robes
Dharma Amid Coronavirus

Dharma Amid Coronavirus

Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Drawing wisdom from lessons learned during the pandemic

NEWS Updated Weekdays View All

22 Jun 2021
The practice, deemed harmful and unethical, is under government review
21 Jun 2021
Project to serve as a repository for the collected works of all 14 Dalai Lamas
18 Jun 2021
Workers placed a symbolic four-meter wide mask on the statue this week
17 Jun 2021
India's second wave of COVID-19 puts pressure on charitable organizations
16 Jun 2021
The nuns attribute the win to their hard work and communication with residents

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 21 Jun 2021
The Ordinary Buddhist
By Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Uploaded 18 Jun 2021
Dear Earth
By Satya Robyn
Uploaded 17 Jun 2021
Theravada Teachings
By David Dale Holmes
Uploaded 15 Jun 2021
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