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The Silver Thread: The Three Poisons

The Silver Thread: The Three Poisons

A most common motif in Buddhist art is the sacred wheel of life. It is frequently represented in many Buddhist paintings or Tanka’s and signifies samsara, the moving wheel that leads to the cycle of death and rebirth. As people, we are stuck on this wheel and condemned to this endless cycle of death and […]

About the writer: Dr. Michael Abramsky

Michael Abramsky PhD, ABPP is a licensed psychologist with 35 years of experience treating adolescents and adults for anxiety, depression and trauma. He is nationally Board Certified in both Clinical and Forensic psychology. Dr. Abramsky also has an MA in Comparative Religions, and has practiced and taught Buddhist Meditation for 25 years.

Spiritualism From The Far East

Spiritualism From The Far East

The month of March is usually marked by the transformation of winter to spring; it is marked as a time when the cold hard ground has revitalized and yields a new cycle of beginning. The snow melts and the rain comes, all in hopes of bringing forth new growth in the year. It invokes the […]

About the writer: Nancy Lynn

Nancy Lynn is a gifted medium, able to speak with spiritual guides and those who have crossed over. Her mission is to help people reconnect to their own spiritual insight and to their own unique gifts. She provides information on areas of concern in the present that need attention. Nancy founded "Opening to Enlightenment" which provides workshops, training, and self-help sessions that cover a variety of topic areas. She is excited about the opportunity to help you on your journey of personal growth and enlightenment. Visit Nancy’s web site at www.nancyote.com to obtain further information about workshops, spirit fests and future events, or email her at [email protected]

The Silver Thread: Buddhism in Bhutan

The Silver Thread: Buddhism in Bhutan

The Silver Thread: Buddhism in Bhutan I am in the process of traveling to Bhutan. I began researching their particular form of Buddhism. Bhutan became Buddhist in 600 AD, one-thousand years after their neighbors in the south. As such, their native traditions and customs survived more intact than their southern neighbors. However, like the Buddhism […]

About the writer: Dr. Michael Abramsky

Michael Abramsky PhD, ABPP is a licensed psychologist with 35 years of experience treating adolescents and adults for anxiety, depression and trauma. He is nationally Board Certified in both Clinical and Forensic psychology. Dr. Abramsky also has an MA in Comparative Religions, and has practiced and taught Buddhist Meditation for 25 years.

Nirvana

Nirvana

Nirvana Nirvana (commonly associated with Buddhism) is the goal that the soul seeks to eventually reach to becoming enlightened. The literal translation of Nirvana means “to blow out” or to put out the fire of greed and loathing within ourselves and focus on the expansion of the mind. The journey to enlightenment can be followed […]

About the writer: Nancy Lynn

Nancy Lynn is a gifted medium, able to speak with spiritual guides and those who have crossed over. Her mission is to help people reconnect to their own spiritual insight and to their own unique gifts. She provides information on areas of concern in the present that need attention. Nancy founded "Opening to Enlightenment" which provides workshops, training, and self-help sessions that cover a variety of topic areas. She is excited about the opportunity to help you on your journey of personal growth and enlightenment. Visit Nancy’s web site at www.nancyote.com to obtain further information about workshops, spirit fests and future events, or email her at [email protected]