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Mind, Brain, and Meditation by Martin LeFevre: www.sbcglobal.net Friday, 6 October 2006, 3:11 am
What is the distinction between mind as thought, and mind without thought? That distinction, in practice rather than theory, makes all the difference, not just to philosophy of mind, but in how to live.
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Respectfully yours dear Buddha by www.sabah.com.tr, Publish Date: 03.10.2006
After announcing his loyalty oath to the King, new Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont has visited Buddhist religion leader Somdet Phra.
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Honor & Peace by LEE IMADA, News Editor
Paia A Buddhist shrine with a design that dates back thousands of years and is the predecessor of the pagoda is being built to honor a beloved Maui religious leader. It is hoped the project will be completed in time to be blessed by the Dalai Lama in April.
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Meditation at schools by Ivanhoe Broadcast News , 10/3/2006
It is a simple, natural process that helps the mind settle down to a state of restful alertness. William Stixrud, a clinical neuropsychologist, has studied the effects of meditation on children.
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Meditation calms mind, helps heal body by Harry Jackson Jr., ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, Monday, Oct. 02 2006
During meditation, the body produces nitric oxide, the chemical used by pharmaceutical companies to lower blood pressure. (That's not to be confused with nitrous oxide, which dentists use as an anesthetic or revelers use to liven up parties.) Nitric oxide lowers blood pressure by dilating blood vessels to take pressure off the heart.
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Comfort is most important in choosing meditation style by Harry Jackson Jr., ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 10/02/2006
Meditation is no longer the stereotype of a Buddhist monk sitting in orange robes on the floor with his legs crossed -- although that is an option.
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Buddha statues banned in Malawi orphanage by 01/10/06 www.ekklesia.co.uk
"We will introduce the orphans to Buddhism but they will make their own choices on which religion they want to join when they grow up," Li had said during the opening ceremony of the orphanage two years ago, stressing that matters of religion, race and culture are trivial for those doing charity work. He said his foundation was ready to help any human being.
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Pakistan Delivered Buddhism to Korea by By Yoon Won-sup, The Korea Times, 01/10/2006
YONGGWANG, South Cholla Province _ Many Koreans assume that Buddhism came from India mainly because it was India where Buddha achieved great enlightenment, taught his students Buddhist philosophy and died. However, the origin of Buddhism in Korea is not 100 percent from India, according to the top Pakistani envoy in Seoul.
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Priceless Indian statue recovered by BBC News, Tuesday, 10 October 2006,
Police in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh say they have recovered one of 18 priceless antique idols stolen from the Patna Museum in nearby Bihar state.
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First time ever, Buddha's relics in India by www.rediff.com, October 30, 2006
Relics of Gautam Buddha have been placed above a keystone of what is claimed to be the world's largest stone-built dome at Gorai Island in north Mumbai. The dome is part of a pagoda being built by the Global Vipassana Foundation at a cost of Rs 80 crore.
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