New and Old Karma: The Body is Old Karma

In this lesson, we draw inspiration from two discourses in the Pāli Canon, SN 35.146 & SN 12.37, where the Buddha discusses New and Old Kamma and how the body is a manifestation of Old Kamma. Old karma, the culmination of our past actions and choices, spanning across lifetimes, intricately molds our present body andContinue reading “New and Old Karma: The Body is Old Karma”

Understanding the Concept of Kamma (Karma) and Its Impact on Our Lives

It is an opportunity to spread the message of this universal law and its effects on our lives. By cultivating positive habits and making mindful choices, individuals can create a more tranquil and harmonious life, which includes a sense of peace, calmness, serenity, and contentment. Each person has complete control over their decisions, and theseContinue reading “Understanding the Concept of Kamma (Karma) and Its Impact on Our Lives”

Cultivating a Righteous View: An Introduction to The Four Noble Truths

As practitioners on the Path To Enlightenment, we begin by contemplating the three universal truths of impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, and not-self. Once we understand these fundamental aspects of existence, we can turn our attention to the Four Noble Truths, which provide us with a clear and concise understanding of the nature of suffering and how toContinue reading “Cultivating a Righteous View: An Introduction to The Four Noble Truths”

Beyond Delusion: Unveiling the Three Universal Truths

The first of the Three Universal Truths is “Anicca,” a term that can be translated to “impermanence” in English. As per the Pali Canon, everything in the world apart from Enlightenment and the Natural Laws of Existence undergoes constant changes, and nothing remains static. This includes our thoughts, feelings, physical experiences, circumstances and situations. InContinue reading “Beyond Delusion: Unveiling the Three Universal Truths”