Dukkha

Dukkha is a Buddhist term commonly translated as “suffering”, “anxiety”, “stress”, or “unsatisfactoriness”. The principle of dukkha is one of the most important concepts in…

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Amorphism

The concept of amorphism can also be found in the fields of art, biology, archaeology and philosophy as a characterization of objects without form, or…

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Path Of The Shaman

Acquiring shamanic power involves a kind of death/rebirth experience. It involves letting go of the self, eliminating habits that make up the personality, dispensing with…

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Metempsychosis

Metempsychosis Greek: μετεμψύχωσις is a philosophical term in the Greek language referring to transmigration of the soul, especially its reincarnation after death. Generally, the term…

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Wounded Healer

Wounded healer is a term created by psychologist Carl Jung. The idea states that an analyst is compelled to treat patients because the analyst himself…

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Tutelary Deity

Tutelary Deity

City gods or town gods (Chinese: 城隍; pinyin: Chénghuáng) are deities in Chinese mythology, responsible for the affairs of specific cities. via City god (China)…

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Is Monotheism Dangerous?

Is Monotheism Dangerous?

Now to the root of the matter. The great unmentionable evil at the center of our culture is monotheism. From a barbaric Bronze Age text…

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Mudita

Mudita

Muditā is especially sympathetic or vicarious joy, the pleasure that comes from delighting in other people’s well-being rather than begrudging it. via Mudita – Wikipedia,…

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Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. via Schadenfreude – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Do Buddhist Believe In God?

Do Buddhist Believe In God?

Do Buddhist believe in god? No, we do not. There are several reasons for this. The Buddha, like modern sociologists and psychologists, believed that religious…

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