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“Sariputra, if there are people who have already made the vow, who now make the vow, or who are about to make the vow, ‘I desire to be born in Amitabha’s country,’ these people, whether born in the past, now being born, or to be born in the future, all will irreversibly attain to anuttarasamyaksambodhi. Therefore, Sariputra, all good men and good women, if they are among those who have faith, should make the vow, ‘I will be born in that country.’”

~ Amitabha Sutra

When I obtain the Buddhahood, any being of the boundless and inconceivable Buddha-worlds of the ten quarters whose body if be touched by the rays of my splendour should not make his body and mind gentle and peaceful, in such a state that he is far more sublime than the gods and men, then may I not attain the enlightenment.

~ Amitabha Buddha's Thirty-Third Vow

Friday, December 17, 2010

Four Ways of Letting Go



  1. I love Ajahn Brahms videos, he explains things very well, I think also very suitable for modern people

  2. Thank you so very much for sharing this video with me!!! I just loved watching this!!! It was of some great help to me!!!

  3. It was a beautiful video i feel much lighter now

  4. I love Ajahn Brahm.

  5. I love this when I hear it. However my problem over several years of mindfulness meditation and at the same time trying to make a daily living is that I find myself confronted with a lot of challenging situations in the workplace. Politics, back-biting, harsh speech, duplicity, hypocrisy, etc seem to be so rampant in corporate world. I struggle with how to 'let such things go' when I am also aware that they can and will hurt my ability to make a living. Is this a case of the wrong livelihood, and I should look for another profession?


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