10 Big Questions About Buddhism, Answered

In English, the word nirvana describes an exalted state of blissed-out happiness. Taken that way, you might think that the Buddhist concept of nirvana is a lot like heaven, an eternal state of peace and contentment. In Sanskrit, the word nirvana is translated as “extinguishing,” “quenching” or “blowing out.” But exactly what’s being blown out?… Continue reading 10 Big Questions About Buddhism, Answered

Buddhist Online Courses

Making Friends with Yourself through Meditation and Everyday Awareness Taught by Carolyn Rose Gimian In this online course, the practice of meditation will be accompanied by practices for expanding awareness in everyday activities, dissolving the boundary between meditation and everything else we do in our lives. This is a course for new meditators, for those who… Continue reading Buddhist Online Courses

The Art of Mindfully Letting Go With Buddha’s Four Noble

Twenty-five hundred years ago, the Buddha was like the first psychologist, teaching his followers about the power of changing their mental processes in order to alleviate emotional discomfort and embrace change. One of his insights were the four noble truths that helped people free themselves from the patterns of thinking and behaving that perpetuate their… Continue reading The Art of Mindfully Letting Go With Buddha’s Four Noble


Book One, Part IV—Enlightenment and the Vision of a New Way  1. *Meditation for New Light* — 2. *Enlightenment* — 3. *The Discovery of a New Dhamma* — 4. *Gautama who was a Bodhisatta, after Sammabodhi becomes a Buddha*   § 1. Meditation for New Light     1. Having refreshed himself with food, Gautama sat… Continue reading 01_4

BuddhaNet’s Buddhist Web Links: Theravadan Websites

Access to Insight Readings in Theravada Buddhism: This is a fairly large and complex website, containing hundreds of books, articles, sutta translations, and much more. The Samatha Trust The Samatha Trust was founded in 1973. Its principal aim is to keep alive the Buddha’s teaching through providing opportunities for people to learn and practise Samatha,… Continue reading BuddhaNet’s Buddhist Web Links: Theravadan Websites

Kundalini Yoga: Poses, Benefits, Steps for Beginners

Kundalini yoga is a form of yoga that involves chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive poses. Its purpose is to activate your Kundalini energy, or shakti. This is a spiritual energy that’s said to be located at the base of your spine. As Kundalini yoga awakens this energy, it’s supposed to enhance your awareness and… Continue reading Kundalini Yoga: Poses, Benefits, Steps for Beginners

Four Noble Paths

This article, Four Noble Paths, is property of Deathaiser. Four Noble Paths (四清い道,Shikiyoidō) is a Tenseigan technique used by those who posess the legendary eye power. It is known to be the final part of the six paths. With it, one is able to control the “Four Noble Paths”, four powerful techniques unique to the… Continue reading Four Noble Paths

The Four Noble Truths

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International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association

      The International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association (IKYTA) is an ever-evolving body of worldwide KRI-Certified Kundalini Yoga teachers and a vehicle through which our collective consciousness serves our worldwide community. IKYTA is dedicated to creating a platform to support teachers in their professional and spiritual growth. We provide opportunities to network and connect,… Continue reading International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association