Lee Kane

Buddha Weekly Shaolin monk training in martial arts kung fu Buddhism

“Dharma in motion”: Buddhism, Vajrayana Buddhist Tantra and Zen have as much in common with martial arts as religion?

By Lee Kane
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A Wheel With Eight Spokes: Why Picking and Choosing “Beliefs” — or “Revisionist” Buddha Dhama — Can Obstruct Your Buddhist Practice

By Lee Kane
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Scientific Buddhist: Peer Reviewed Studies — Buddhist Metta Loving Kindness Meditation Can Slow Aging —10 Benefits of Compassion

By Lee Kane
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Tsa Lung Trul Khor, Yantra Yoga and Qigong — supercharging Buddhist meditation (7 videos)

By Lee Kane
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Sutra in Forty-Two Sections — excerpts of timeless wisdom and practice advice from the World Honoured One

By Lee Kane
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Long life prayers for His Holiness the Dalai Lama on his birthday

By Lee Kane
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A Better Way to Catch a Snake Sutra: Buddha explains the danger of misinterpreting the Dharma

By Lee Kane
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Nidana Sutta: Buddha Teaches the Three Causes for the Origination of Actions — Greed, Aversion, and Delusion: Sutra

By Lee Kane
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Tara, the Saviour, and Vajrayogini the Sarvabuddhadakini: how are they different, and how are they the one? The importance of Female Buddhas: Wisdom personified

By Lee Kane
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The 16 Defilements of the Mind, and the Simile of the Cloth: Vitthupama Sutta

By Lee Kane
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What’s so special about Hayagriva? In difficult times the wrathful Heruka emanation of Amitabha is an important Buddhist practice

By Lee Kane
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Chenrezig: the many faces of Avalokiteshvara’s compassion — sometimes we need a father or mother, sometimes a friend, sometimes a warrior

By Lee Kane