In the Buddhist scriptures, our body is compared to a guesthouse and our mind to a guest residing within it. When we die, our mind leaves our body and goes to the next life, just like a guest leaving a guesthouse and going somewhere else. — Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - “Introduction to Buddhism” (via dancingdakini)
i know i think to much..
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Meditation: What are you waiting for? -
Meditation: Practiced by countless people over thousands of years, integrated into numerous religions and spiritual paths.
Meditation: Scientifically proven to have a positive measurable effect with regard to managing pain, stress, focus, longevity, and brain function.
Meditation: Free to learn, free to practice, freedom for all.
Meditation: Requires no beliefs, knowledge, or religion, only the interest in discovering Existence as it is.
Meditation: Leads to contentment, compassion, understanding, selflessness, peace, happiness, and empathy.
Meditation: A little bit every day adds up to a lot, and the more the better.
Meditation: What are you waiting for?
Nerja, Spain (by rolando.vargas)
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This is gorgeous. You rock, KOMO News!
flying to new york city.
oh my goodness. if i’ve ever seen a photo of what i want my saturday and sunday mornings to look like, this is it.