The Buddhism and Breath Summit will be an online event that explores Buddhist practices of working with the breath and/or bodily “winds". Presenters will address how Buddhist presentations of breath, “wind” or “life force” (prāṇa in Sanskrit, qi in Chinese, or rlung in Tibetan, for example) have influenced contemplative, philosophical, and medical theories and practices in Buddhist traditions.
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I would like to draw your kind attention to two more publications below published by the Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong. Thank you!
The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong
Join the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab & the Mapping Buddhist Chaplains research project on May 11, 2021 at 2 PM Eastern for "Buddhist Chaplaincy in the US: State of the Field." While Buddhist chaplains have been active in North America for over ten years, no one really knows how many there are, how they are e
I would like to draw your kind attention below to the publication of Vol. XVII of Journal of Buddhist Studies edited by my teacher Venerable Professor KL Dhammajoti:
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