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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

What truly inspires us passionately and greatness in life ? - LiteracyBase

What truly inspires us passionately and greatness in life ?
Is your heart flawlessly solid? When you experience something in these circumstances?
The sentiment of our heart that cannot be hurt, however the misery did. Do whatever it takes not to surrender affection too effortlessly and feasibly. Arguably, a substantial number of individuals will love or connect to something beyond reasonable doubt. If conceivable best not to settle on a conclusion or decision on any inspiration and motivation, likewise, we certainly will lament a lifetime.
An irritating and awkward sentence or word that will effortlessly do incredible damage to the relationship of the one that once we adored and cherished. There is no single battle or conflict in our relationship that won’t damage us severely, yet most significantly, it is just only our wounded heart that declines to tolerate or persevere.
There is no one who won’t be irate, feeling is not an experience diversion or redirection, but its only our forgiveness heart that we ought to grasp most. Good destiny, by virtue of the heartfelt; genuine emotions, to be not to desert or betray.
In this world, if an individual who genuinely adores you, he would not mean to damage or hesitate to hurt you. On the off-chance that you are not remarkably essential in their souls, you can feel and notice it. The alleged flawless turn, there are others can not comprehend the profundity of evaluation.
On the voyage of life, there are numerous who are accompanying you along the way, be that as it may, there are just only a handful of individuals who are willingly and readily accompany you throughout your life.  Who is waiting silently. Who never leaves, who can always there and be for you. In this world, don’t anticipate that everybody will welcome us , you will not too easily encounter and experience a couple of people in your lifetime.
We simply demonstrate some thoughtfulness, there are so limited or few individuals will truly demonstrate their sensitivity and affectability of .................
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Monday, October 31, 2016

The living journal - Believing in yourself

Some days when you get up in the morning and you feel things aren’t the way you had hoped they would be. There are times when people let you down. That is when you have to tell yourself that things will get better. But sometimes you must remind yourself to trust your own judgments and to focus on believing in yourself.

Sometime we will face challenges, obstacles and changes to make in your life, and it's you to accept or reject them. Always to remember to keep yourself headed in the right direction for you. 

It may not be easy at times, but in those times of struggle you will find a stronger sense of who you are. So when the days come that are filled with frustration and unexpected responsibilities, be sure to believe in yourself and what you want your life to be. 

Because the challenges and impermanent will guide you along and to find the goals that you know are meant to come true for you. This is how I am transforming my fears into a reality and from reality it motivated me to be stronger and start believing in myself.


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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Tibetan Astrological Calendar

Tibetan astrological calendar making is based on the Kalachakra Wheel of Time Tantra, which was translated into Tibetan from Sanskrit in 1027 A.D. The first chapter of these high level Buddhistic teachings, External Kalachakra, includes Tibetan cosmology and chronological studies. The official Tibetan calendar is lunar, but in Tibetan calendar making different systems are used, which harmonize solar and lunar factors. There are three systems for defining the New Year:

The Tibetan New Year (Losar) falls around February - lunar system
The Kalachakra New Year falls in April - solar system
The Elemental New Year falls around December - lunar system

The Tibetan calendar is a unique system which is lunar-based. India also has a lunar calendar, but it is different to the Tibetan and starts the year on a different date. It has only 360 days in the year and a complicated system of using skip-days (tsi chad-pa) and extra days (tsi lhag-pa). The new moon always starts the month, and the full moon falls on the fifteenth day. As the lunar phase defines a month, every month is 30 days and a year has twelve months. The lunar day is about one minute shorter than a solar day, which is 24.00 hours. To make the calendar correspond with solar days, it occasionally adds a 13th month.

Each year is ruled by one of the five elements and one of twelve animal signs as in Chinese calendars, but they start the year on different dates and the months have different lengths. So it is very important not to mix Tibetan and Chinese systems together. Tibetan years follow twelve-year animal cycles. One element rules two years in a row and then changes to the next element, while an animal sign will rule for one year at a time. The Year 2000 was an Iron-Dragon year and the year 2001 was an Iron-Snake year. The year 2002 was a Water-Horse year, and so forth. The 60 year cycle of all combinations of the five elements and twelve animals is called Rab-byung. 

The first year in the Tibetan calendar dates back to the Kalachakra year, 1027. Actually the system of animal years already started in the middle of 600 A.D. under the influence of the teachings of a Chinese princess who married the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo. The system of 60 year cycles, Rab-byung, was introduced around the 10th century and in the 11th century it was widely used in Tibet. 
Kalachakra teachings were blended with Elemental astrology, and when Tibetan scholars made the very first Tibetan calendar they used Rab-byung for counting the years. As Kalachakra teachings were the foundation for chronological calculations, it was decided that the official date of introduction of Kalachakra would be Year One. Year 1027 was a Fire-Rabbit year and from then a Fire-Rabbit year became the first year in Tibetan Rab-byung, while the Chinese 60 year cycle always begins with a Wood-Mouse Year.

Tibetan calendar is meant specifically for practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. It shows the cycle of twelve months according to the Tibetan lunar calendar together with the corresponding months and days of the Western calendar. The Tibetan astrology is a combination of Buddhist astrology from Kalachakra-Tantra, Hindu astrology from Shiva-Tantra and ancient Chinese astrology. 

Due to the synchronisation of solar day, lunar month, and zodiac year in Tibetan astrology you will see that a day can be lost or doubled. The regular holy days as well as special days of Tibetan and Buddhist festivals are indicated. Although every day of the year is a special day for the practice of Dharma, the selection made here is on the bases of giving priority to the most important ones.

The 8th Moon, Full Moon, New Moon and eclipse days are special days for any wholesome action. For the lay practitioners these days are especially recommended for taking the Eight Vows. The 10th and 25th of the Tibetan calendar are days for Ganachakra or Tsok-Rituals of Tantra. They are especially recommended for performing Guru-Pujas. Sojong or Upposotha days twice a month are for confession of monastic communities.
Tibetan years follow twelve-year animal cycles:-
  1. Rabbit
  2. Dragon
  3. Snake
  4. Horse
  5. Sheep
  6. Monkey
  7. Rooster/Bird
  8. Dog
  9. Pig
  10. Mouse
  11. Ox
  12. Tiger
Tibetan months are also ruled by the animal signs as follows:-
  1.  January - Dragon
  2.  February - Snake
  3.  March - Horse
  4.  April - Sheep
  5.  May - Monkey
  6.  June - Rooster / Bird
  7.  July - Dog
  8.  August - Pig
  9. September - Mouse
  10. October - Ox
  11. November - Tiger 
  12. December - Rabbit
The Astro Tibet 16 calendar is based on the cycles of the moon, and various dates are considered especially auspicious or inauspicious for certain practices. 

Also some of the most important days of the Vajrayana traditions are included:-
- The important anniversaries of Buddha Shakyamuni
- Sacred days of Medicine Buddha, Amitabha, 
  Guru Padmasambhava, Dakinis and Dharma Protectors
- Auspicious and Inauspicious Days
- Favorable Days for Fire and Naga Pujas
- Good Days for taking Sojong Vows
- Favorable/Unfavorable Days for starting new ventures
- Full and New Moon Days
- Wisdom Quotes from Precious Masters


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Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Garuda - The Mysterious Kings Of the Skies

The legend of King Garuda in ancient Tibet, The King Garuda was a mountain deity of Rebkong, Tibet, an area on the west of the river in Amdo province. Their wingspan is said to be many miles wide; when they flap their wings, they cause hurricane-force winds that brings great destruction to mankinds. After he was subjugated by Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava and became a worldly protector.

Garuda is the Sanskrit name and in Tibetan word it known as 'khyung' Garuda is a mythical bird-like creature symbolizing various elements of the Buddhist path. Garudas are usually represented with a snake in their beak and hands, symbolizing the protection from ophidians and the subjugation of nagas [serpents]. The garuda is a mythical semi-divine bird-like creature that is the enemy of the nagas.
Garuda is the king of bird and creature of Buddhist mythology. Its Name derives from the root Gri, to swallow: Garuda devours the snakes and is the natural enemy of snakes and he devours or controls them. He is represented with a human upper Body, big Eyes, beak, short blue horns, yellow Hair standing on end, bird's claws and wings. 
The Dhyani Buddha Amoghasiddhi sometimes is pictured riding a Garuda. In the Tibetan tradition, the garudas which are important deities of the Bön pantheon, and practised during healing rituals in order to counter certain illnesses provoked by nagas. 

There are five different forms and colors of the Garuda which representing aspects of wisdom and characteristic of the five Buddhas activities:-  
1) Red Garuda represent fire elements.
2) Yellow Garuda represents earth elements.
3) Black Garuda represents air elements.
4) White Garude represents water elements.
5) Blue or rainbow Garuda represents space elements.
Garuda is an important deity of protection. Garuda symbolizes the space element and the Power of the sun, which can dry up the waters. Therefore he is the natural enemy of snakes and he devours or controls them. He represents the Spiritual energy of which devours the delusions of jealousy. And hatred, which are represented by the snake. 

Garuda is also the openness: he can stretch out his wings and soar into space. He represents the great freedom of the mind which can open and is not up tied by conflicting emotions the wise mind which reaches every where, like the rays of the sun, and brings about the growth of life and wisdom. 
Specifically in Buddhism Garuda is related of the perfection of giving dana paramita (The first practice of virtue-Bestowing Joyfulness) just as the rays of the sun give life to the earth. 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Tibetan's Awakening Dream And Yoga

Tibetan Dream Yoga is the original form of lucid dreaming documented for at least 1,000  years .Also known as Milam - the yoga of the dream state - it's a suite of advanced Tantric techniques. Just like science is beginning to understanding of lucid dreams, the initial aim is to awaken the consciousness in the dream state. However, as for what happens next, Tibetan lamas have more esoteric goals in mind. The Basis of Dream Yoga, Dream yoga is taught within the trance Bardos of Dream and Sleep. In the tradition of tantra, it's usually passed on by a qualified teacher, once the student has passed an initiation.

His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama said: "Tibetan Buddhism considers sleep to be a form of nourishment, like food, that restores and refreshes the body. Another type of nourishment is samadhi, or meditative concentration. If one becomes advanced enough in the practice of meditative concentration, then this itself sustains or nourishes the body."     
Dreams are a significant part of our life. They are as real and unreal as life itself. Dreams are extremely personal - and trans personal, too. Our dreams are a reflection of ourselves: in dreams, no matter how many characters appear, we meet ourselves. Dreams are mirrors to our soul. They can help us to better understand ourselves, our world, and the nature of reality. 

Dreams introduce us to other dimensions of experience. Here, time and space are much more liquid and plastic; they can be shaped and reshaped almost at will. Dreams hint of other worlds, other lives. They are a glimpse of our afterlife. Everyone dreams, although not all dreams are remembered equally.

In this book, The  Awakening dream yoga discovers the Hidden Dimension of Your Life. The Dream Realm "Sleeping and dreaming," teaches nightly opportunities for spiritual awakening." When you know how to wake up in your dreams, you transform sleep into a portal to the deepest experiences of reality. Can anyone awaken in their dreams and explore their true depths? Dream Yoga brings the best from modern science and Tibetan wisdom to guide you this extraordinary opportunity. 
With guidance you'll learn everything you need to know to penetrate the mysteries of the night, including: Meditations for calming and clarifying your mind. How to have lucid dream states naturally using Tibetan practices and contemporary dream induction techniques Practical tips for overcoming common obstacles, enhancing dream recall, working with nightmares, and gleaning insights from your dreams. 

Bringing your skills together to explore the deepest dimensions of awakened consciousness. Each night you touch into the possibility of enlightenment. With awakening dream yoga you will emerge from the darkness of ignorance into the luminous experience of awakening in every moment, day or night. 

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Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.  

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Monday, June 27, 2016

The Art of Happiness - By His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

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Blending common sense and modern psychiatry, The Art of Happiness in a Troubled World applies Buddhist tradition to twenty-first-century struggles in a relevant way. The result is a wise approach to dealing with human problems that is both optimistic and realistic, even in the most challenging times.

How can we expect to find happiness and meaning in our lives when the modern world seems such an unhappy place? 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has suffered enormously throughout his life, yet he always seems to be smiling and serene. How does he do it? In The Art of Happiness in a Troubled World, Dr. Cutler walks readers through the Dalai Lama's philosophy on how to achieve peace of mind and come to terms with life's inherent suffering. 

Together, the two examine the roots of many of the problems facing the world and show us how we can approach these calamities in a way that alleviates suffering, and helps us along in our personal quests to be happy. Through stories, meditations, and in-depth conversations, the Dalai Lama teaches readers to identify the cultural influences and ways of thinking that lead to personal unhappiness, making sense of the hardships we face personally, as well as the afflictions suffered by others.
Nearly every time you see him, he's laughing, or at least smiling. And he makes everyone else around him feel like smiling. He's the Dalai Lama, the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet, a Nobel Prize winner, and a hugely sought-after speaker and statesman. Why is he so popular? Even after spending only a few minutes in his presence you can't help feeling happier.

If you ask him if he's happy, even though he's suffered the loss of his country, the Dalai Lama will give you an unconditional yes. What's more, he'll tell you that happiness is the purpose of life, and that the very motion of our life is toward happiness. How to get there has always been the question. He's tried to answer it before, but he's never had the help of a psychiatrist to get the message across in a context we can easily understand.
The Art of Happiness is the book that started the genre of happiness books, and it remains the cornerstone of the field of positive psychology.

Through conversations, stories, and meditations, the Dalai Lama shows us how to defeat day-to-day anxiety, insecurity, anger, and discouragement. His Holiness explores many facets of everyday life, including relationships, loss, and the pursuit of wealth, to illustrate how to ride through life's obstacles on a deep and abiding source of inner peace. 

Based on 2,500 years of Buddhist meditations mixed with a healthy dose of common sense, The Art of Happiness is a book that crosses the boundaries of traditions to help readers with difficulties common to all human beings. After being in print for ten years, this book has touched countless lives and uplifted spirits around the world.




Saturday, May 28, 2016

The Living Journal - Vision of Wisdom

Do not judge people's actions, 
Without first knowing their true motivations. 

Don't try to change your life,
Instead change your attitude to life. 

What if every situation could be faced with a clean mind, without being interfered by fear and other mental constructs that make the path to the solution more complicated and troublesome?
Sometimes a good advice could be just what you'd need. A thought that has the power to put us back on track. Wise Oracle is to be intended as a treasure chest securing deeply motivating truths expressed by buddhist Master Lama Gangchen Rinpoche. Wisdom in the purest of it's forms, available to you in every moment of uncertainty.
A guide when you'll need it the most. Appropriate answers enabling us to take difficult decisions, have new ideas, overcome troublesome situations. A powerful way of transmute sadness in peace, fear in perseverance and the doubt will become self-confidence. How you interact with this Oracle is your own choice: let the inspiration come once a day, or just when you feel the need.
Wise Oracle is an app focused on improving you and your perception of life, but also to improve the lives of other people, it has a humanitarian goal because part of the revenue will be devolved to the humanitarian projects of No-Profit Help in Action and Lama Gangchen World Peace Foundation.

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Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Nagarjuna's Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Monday, May 23, 2016

A Heartfelt And Fascinating Story Of Tibet - Bringing Tibet Home.

This film is the pivotal, poignant and deeply personal debut feature documentary by Tibetan filmmaker Tenzin Tsetan Choklay. The film crew follow from start to finish the New York based Tibetan contemporary artist Tenzing Rigdol while he creates his most ambitious, political and crucial installation yet, the Soil Project. 

Inspired by his father's dying wish, to once again set foot on Tibetan soil, Rigdol transported soil from Tibet through Nepal to Dharamsala, India, to bring a piece of Tibet to the exiled community who are unable to return to their homeland. Choklay films Rigdol's physical and emotional journey to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges as he navigates the border controls of three countries to smuggle out 20 tons of Tibetan soil. 
A deeply inspiring portrait of human resilience at its most tested, and a profound example of enduring creativity through times of political turmoil.

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Saturday, April 9, 2016

A Beginner's Guide To Tibetan Buddhism.

This is a ground-level, practice-oriented presentation of Tibetan Buddhism—personal and very accessible. The book begins with the awakening of students' interest in spirituality and the initial encounter with Tibetan Buddhism, and then leads us through all the steps necessary for successful practice in the West.

Included is succinct counsel on finding an appropriate teacher, receiving empowerments, becoming active in a center, and launching and sustaining a Vajrayana practice. Special emphasis is placed on the potential pitfalls, and the marvelous benefits, of the guru-disciple relationship. 

As Tibetan Buddhism extends its reach in the West, many practitioners are making strong commitments to this path. The Vajrayana tradition still being new to our culture, however, there remain significant gaps in Western students' education and understanding.
These can lead to practical difficulties for new or intermediate students. This book begins with the very awakening of students' interest in spirituality and their initial encounter with Tibetan Buddhism and then leads them through the steps necessary for successful practice in the West. 

A Beginner's Guide to Tibetan Buddhism speaks powerfully and directly to the Western student who is working to integrate this incredibly vast tradition into the realities of daily life. Drawing on his many years of practice and teaching, the author skillfully addresses obstacles, doubts, and confusions that every reader will recognize.
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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Beautiful Tibetan Mala Beads

The mala beads are made from a variety of materials, most commonly wood. Preferred woods are sandalwood or sacred wood from the bodhi tree. More expensive rosaries beads are made of precious and semi-precious stones, including pearls, rubies, crystal, amber, coral, or jade, or precious metals such as gold. They can also be made of seeds, animal bone (most commonly yak).
Beautiful Tibetan mala beads with special offers price :-
Tibetan rosary (tijy) 
Buddhist rosary from Tibet
Refer to category : Prayer Beads, Material : Wood 

Average Weight: 30 grams 

Price $7.85 
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Stone prayer beads (beti)
Dark stone prayer beads

Refer to category : Prayer Beadss, Material: Stone
Average Weight: 25 grams
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Tibetan rosaries (uint)
Refer to category : Prayer Beads, Material:  Wood

Average Weight: 71 grams
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Budi rosaries (uior)
Budi sacred Buddhist plant rosaries

Refer to category : Prayer Beads, Material:  Wood
Average Weight: 22 grams
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Natural stone prayer beads (besn)
Color natural stone prayer beads

Refer to category : Prayer Beads, Material: Stone
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Budi rosaries (uipv)
Budi sacred Buddhist plant rosaries

Refer to category : Prayer Beads, Material: Wood
Average Weight: 88 grams
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Friday, January 8, 2016

Tibetan Losar New Year Offerings Gifts To The Lamas

Tibetan Losar New year, is the most important festival in the Tibetan calendar. This year the Tibetan New Year is scheduled on the February 09, 2016 and it will last for 15 days. 

Losar is celebrated by Tibetan people. It is marked with ancient ceremonies that represent the struggle between good and evil. There is chanting and passing of fire torches through the crowds.

Losar Day 1 - During the last two days of the old year, which is called Gutor, people in Tibet begin to prepare for the New Year. The first day of Gutor is spent doing the house cleaning.

Losar Day 2 - During the Gutor, religious ceremonies are held. People go to visit the local monastery to worship and offering gifts to the Rinpoche,Lamas and nuns. As we all knew that one by giving offerings to the monks will receive immeasurable of merits.
We, Tibetan Handicraft Company are very pleased and with a special price for you to offer a new year gifts, a Monk bags to your beloved Rinpoches, Lamas or nuns this coming Losar.
These are the two special deals for Monk bags details and please refer as follows:-
[1] Monk purse of brown color with golden color ethnic Tibetan Buddhism decor.
Ethnic handbag (mlah)
Category: Monk bags
Material: Other
Average Weight: 280 grams
Price $11.00


[2] Monk handbags with ethnic ornament. Brown color with golden Color decor.
Handbags (mlkc)
Category: Monk bags
Material: Other
Average Weight: 223 grams
Price $11.65

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