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The Core and Central Teachings to Attain Enlightenment

These are the Core and Central Teachings to attain Enlightenment. The way of practice to Enlightenment is Generosity, Moral Conduct, and Meditation. The wisdom of these Teachings gradually improves the way the mind functions in the world through eliminating discontentedness of mind. Did you know the mind can completely eliminate all discontent feelings such asContinue reading “The Core and Central Teachings to Attain Enlightenment”

The Eightfold Path is The Path for All Humans to Enlightenment

With an understanding of The Four Noble Truths, you can now study and practice The Path to eliminate discontentedness from the mind and your life. You will need a detailed and thorough understanding and practice of The Eightfold Path to attain Enlightenment. Gotama Buddha gave us “The Path” forward to pursuing our own Enlightenment. InContinue reading “The Eightfold Path is The Path for All Humans to Enlightenment”

The Five Hindrances are Eliminated with The Seven Factors of Enlightenment

These five hindrances are makers of blindness, causing lack of vision, causing lack of knowledge, detrimental to wisdom, leading to discontentedness, leading away from Enlightenment. What five? (1) The hindrance of sensual desire is a maker of blindness … (2) The hindrance of ill will … (3) The hindrance of complacency … (4) The hindranceContinue reading “The Five Hindrances are Eliminated with The Seven Factors of Enlightenment”

THE INEFFABLE PLAN

Having experienced Enlightenment and knowing the peace, calm, serenity, and contentedness with joy that comes with having attained Enlightenment, a Buddha’s goal is to share his teachings worldwide so that “all beings” can experience Enlightenment. The Enlightened mind no longer experiences any discontent feelings such as sadness, anger, frustration, irritation, annoyance, guilt, shame, fears, boredom,Continue reading “THE INEFFABLE PLAN”

Some Interesting Things Learned in The Kingdom of Thailand

1. They have a king, his name is Rama 10. 2 With 43,000 Temples it is the Theravada Buddhism capital of the world. 3. Its land mass is a little smaller than the size of Texas. 4. There are two types of monastic orders, Dhamma-yuts and Dhamma-guys. One are the forest monks and the otherContinue reading “Some Interesting Things Learned in The Kingdom of Thailand”

FIRST ANNUAL WALKING THE PATH WITH THE BUDDHA RETREAT (WASHINGTON, DC)

HARMONY IN RELATIONSHIPS 26 JUNE 2022 – 1 JULY 2022 Event hosted By Coach Nick with Teachers David Roylance and Sararut (Sara) Pilakun from Thailand Learn more and register using this link at… https://www.buddhadailywisdom.com/annualretreatusa All events during the retreat are offered openly and freely to any and all participants, including children and families, at noContinue reading “FIRST ANNUAL WALKING THE PATH WITH THE BUDDHA RETREAT (WASHINGTON, DC)”

Mindfulness: Staying Connected in a World Full of Distractions

Mindfulness: Staying Connected in a World Full of Distractions When every action on social media results in a series of pings from our phones, it’s easy to forget about the world surrounding us. Without meaning to, it’s easy to slip into a pattern where the details of everyday life are washed away.  Mindfulness is aContinue reading “Mindfulness: Staying Connected in a World Full of Distractions”

Buddhism is Science of the Mind; Never intended to be a Religion

People are very familiar with stress right now due to how difficult things are in modern pandemic times. Many people are trying to cope with stress by using meditation practices. Buddhists have been doing this for thousands of years, but some people think of it as a religious practice. This couldn’t be further from theContinue reading “Buddhism is Science of the Mind; Never intended to be a Religion”

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