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  • Gossips and Skillful Speech
  • Skillful Speech..By working with the lay precept on speech, we can learn to say the right thing at the right time.
    Years ago, when I began traveling the Buddha’s path, I was surprised by the emphasis placed on the practice of skillful speech. The Buddha considered the way we communicate with each other to be so [...]
  • My Teacher’s Interview
    The Wise Investigator
    Sayadaw U Tejaniya explains how taking an interest in life as it is can lead to liberation
    Sayadaw U Tejaniya explains how taking an interest in life as it is can lead to liberation.Sayadaw U Tejaniya began his Buddhist training as a young teenager in Burma under the late Shwe Oo Min Sayadaw (1913-2002). [...]
  • ABOUT VIPASSANA MEDITATION IN SPANISH
    ABOUT VIPASSANA MEDITATION IN SPANISH
  • Meditation and Anti-Aging
    “If we can affect the stress response, we can affect the aging process.” She says “There`s a reason why experienced meditators live so long and look so young.”
  • Qigong, Meditation and Healing
    We all live in a field of energy. Scientists, as well as spiritualists, know this, yet most of us don’t realize it in our day-to-day lives. “Like a fish in water or a bird in flight, we are unaware of the medium that supports us..
  • Meditation and Blood Pressure
    Meditation proven to lower blood pressure with no drugs, no side effects, and zero cost
  • Meditation and Bladder Control
    Now a new Loyola University Health System (LUHS) study shows therapy based on natural and ancient meditation techniques can train the brain to control the bladder without medication or operations.
  • Meditation and Depression
    Now, for the first time, a study has shown that treatment based on meditation is an effective alternative to prescription drugs, even for people suffering from serious, long-term depression.
  • Meditation and Heart Disease
    Now a $3.8 million study funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) has reached a first-ever finding: patients with coronary heart disease who practiced TM had a nearly 50 percent lower rate of heart attack, stroke, and death compared to a matched group that didn’t meditate

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